After a long break of about three months, LaLiga is coming back to action with a few additional restrictions to ensure the health and safety of the players. If you have been following this sport for a while, then here’s every essential detail regarding the LaLiga restart. This article shows you how to watch LaLiga in India, the streaming details, fixtures, and the Schedule so you are ready to watch the game from the comfort of your home without missing out on anything.
Unfortunately, there is no official broadcast partner for LaLiga in India, however, LaLiga will be streaming live on their official Facebook page and you can easily go there from your smartphone, PC, or even your smart TV to stream and watch the game live. The LaLiga Live Streaming on Facebook has been the norm for fans who want to catch the live action of Spanish football for years. Although the previous season has seen improvement matches being telecast in India, this decision was reversed before the ongoing season began.
The LaLiga Restart this time will be very different from the previous seasons as no fans are allowed in the stadiums across the country, the authorities have agreed to play the remaining LaLiga fixtures behind closed doors respecting the social distancing norms in Spain.
While the officials are optimistic that fans will be permitted to attend the games before the season ends, the players will have to be cautious with the game to ensure no injuries or fatigue as the LaLiga restart will see the game be played for much shorter intervals than usual.
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The LaLiga Restart will resume with the clash between Sevilla and Real Betis on Thursday in the home country or Friday in India. The LaLiga leaders Barcelona will play Mallorca on Saturday in Home country or Sunday in Indian time. Arch-rivals Real Madrid will host Eibar at the 6000-seater Alfredo di Stefano Stadium on Sunday. The detailed schedule for the matches is as follows.
There will be fixtures for the following sevens days with Barca hosting Leganes on June 16 and Real playing at their home to Valencia on June 18. The domestic broadcasters in Spain are said to offer their viewers the choice of a natural broadcast of games behind closed doors with no fans but the internal audience will receive only the enhanced broadcasts with added graphics and audio.
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Barcelona leads the table with two points over Real Madrid with 11 rounds of matches left. After the season was paused back in Match due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the two rivals are bracing themselves up for one of the tightest title races in the recent past.
Sevilla vs Betis on Friday at 1.30 am IST
Granada vs Getafe on Friday, June 12 at 11 am IST
Valencia vs Levante on Saturday, IST at 1.30 am IST
Espanyol vs Alaves on Saturday, June 13 at 5.30 pm IST
Celta Vigo vs Villareal on Saturday, June 13 at 8.30 pm IST
Leganes vs Valladolid on Saturday, June 13 at 11 pm IST
Mallorca vs Barcelona on Sunday, IST at 1.30 am IST
Athletic Bilbao vs Atletico Madrid on Sunday, June 14 at 5.30 pm IST
Real Madrid vs Eibar on Sunday, June 14 at 11 pm IST
Real Sociedad vs Osasuna on Monday IST at 1.30 am IST
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