Two games into the new Spanish season and the table looks much as we all expected it too.
Real Madrid and Barcelona occupying first and second and then the rest.
We all know it is far to early to read anything into a league table after just 180 minutes of action but we all like to anyway.
So, with another actioned packed weekend ahead of us, we take a look at who’s playing who this weekend and look at who will win the weekend battles.
The action kicks off on Friday 31st with three games scheduled to play.
Getafe host Valladolid in the 7pm kick off in a game that the home side will hope to dominate but find themselves settling for a draw against the newly promoted outfit.
Villarreal then hosts minnows Girona who courageously took the lead over Real Madrid last time out before being taught a footballing lesson and taken down 4-1.
Villarreal will be cautious in this one but with home advantage really should get the job done.
To end the days, play on Friday evening, the now established Eibar welcome Real Sociedad which should prove to the best and most evenly matched contest of the night making for an entertaining draw.
Just two games take place on Saturday with Celta Vigo bringing Atletico Madrid to the Abanca-Balaídos.
Atletico will be looking to make it back to back wins and condemn to their first defeat of the new season.
Real Madrid then get underway on Saturday night in a game they will fully expect to win against Leganes who grabbed their first point of the campaign with a 2-2 draw with Real Sociedad last time out.
Sunday the 2nd September sees a bulk of the action with four games.
Levante host Valencia which should an enticing encounter but one that should see the away side taste victory whilst Alaves and Espanyol look set to play out a stalemate in the afternoon.
Barcelona then face their lookalikes in the newly promoted Huesca in a game that will mean much for the minnows in their first visit to the Camp Nou.
Of course, don’t expect Huesca to get anything out of the game though with the home side strolling to an easy win.
Rounding out the weekend’s action sees Real Betis welcome Sevilla to the Benito Villamarín.
Betis will be eager to get something out of the game after securing just one point so far but will come up against a disciplined Sevilla side leaving them feeling green with envy at their rivals.