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2015/2016 Season

1 Barcelona 26 4 5 82
2 Atletico 26 4 5 82
3 Real Madrid 25 6 4 81
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 By Lee Roden

Barcelona and Luis Enrique must beware Real Betis in La Liga title race

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says Barcelona remain in control of La Liga's title race.

There's no denying it, Barcelona are in an attractive position. Three wins against three teams in the bottom half of the league table and they will be La Liga champions.

While Real and Atletico Madrid require results elsewhere to go in their favour, the Catalans remain the only title challenger that depends solely on its own results, and when combined with the extra rest they have thanks to a lack of European football, Luis Enrique's side must be considered favourites to come out first from the...

Would Alen Halilovic's development be best suited to a return to Barcelona?

The top three teams in La Liga are still neck and neck, but will the Champions League distract Real and Atleti?

What is best for a young football player's development? Is it better to sit on the bench at a club like Barcelona, making fleeting appearances when your side is already four goals up in the second half and starting the occasional home game against perceived cannon fodder, or to play regular football for a more modest club?

That was the question posed to Barcelona and Alen Halilovic at the start of the season. Barca B had been relegated from the second tier of Spanish football and the teenager,...

Barcelona's Messi, Squarez & Neymar 'best trio in history' - Belletti

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Mark Donaldson break down the top ten performers from the weekend in world football, including yet another poker from Barcelona's Luis Suarez.

Ex-Barcelona defender Juliano Belletti has spoken of the strength of the relationship between the Blaugrana front three as they have helped each other through recent "bad moments".

Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez were lauded through much of the season as they lead their side towards what had seemed a likely 'double treble' in retaining the La Liga, Champions League and Copa del Rey trophies.

However the trio have subsequently been criticised as a slump in form for them and the rest of the team...