La Liga weekend preview: Barcelona face Valencia in crunch clash

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La Liga returns this weekend on the back of the international break and several of the division’s big hitters will be hoping for an immediate upturn in fortunes.Barcelona and Valencia have both made stuttering starts after taking four points from their opening three games and meet at the Nou Camp on Saturday night.Meanwhile, Real Madrid host Levante in Saturday’s early kick-off hoping to pick up their first win since beating Celta Vigo on the opening day of the season. Atletico Madrid, meanwhile, will bid to pick up where they left off away at Real Sociedad on Sunday, having won their opening three games. Sportsmail previews all of the this weekend’s La Liga games ahead of matchday four…  Atletico Madrid are top of La Liga with three wins out of three ahead of matchday fourFridayRCD Mallorca v Athletic Bilbao (8pm)Athletic Bilbao have made a fine start to the season and will fancy their chances of making it three wins out of four when they visit RCD Mallorca on Friday night.Bilbao stunned Barcelona on the opening day of the season and followed that up with a draw away at Getafe and victory over Real Sociedad, which left them second in La Liga going into the international break.Newly-promoted Mallorca, meanwhile, have made a mixed start following their return to Spain’s top flight. After defeating Eibar 2-1 on the opening day, they were beaten by Real Sociedad and Valencia and could be in for another tough night.Mallorca have failed to score in their last two games, while Bilbao have conceded just one goal this season, which will make for ominous reading for home fans. SaturdayReal Madrid v Levante (12pm) A haul of five points from three games wasn’t the start Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane was hoping for and there is no guarantee of three points on Saturday lunchtime.Madrid were beaten 2-1 by Levante the last time the two sides met at the Santiago Bernabeu at the start of last season before Los Blancos gained revenge with victory by the same scoreline back in February.Levante go into the game a point and a place ahead of Madrid in La Liga, after picking up seven points from their three games, including an impressive win over Valladolid before the international break.However, Zidane could hand a debut to summer signing Ede

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