Espanyol defender Diego Colotto is aware of the dangers of facing his former club Deportivo La Coruna this weekend.
Deportivo ended a run of four successive defeats with a shock 3-0 win over fourth-placed Valencia in their last La Liga outing a week ago.
The Galician side now travel to Cornella-El Prat on Sunday looking to build momentum.
Colotto, who spent four years with Deportivo before joining Espanyol in 2012, told reporters: ``It will be very difficult. They will be motivated.
``With the victory...
Rayo Vallecano coach Paco Jemez believes Sunday's game at a fast-improving Malaga will be a real test of his side's mettle.
The Vallecas club sit ninth in the Primera Division table after last week's late win at Granada but the coach believes Malaga are a stronger outfit than Joaquin Caparros' side and will pose his team more problems.
He told a press conference: ``Malaga are becoming a better side with every week. They have moulded into a good side, with many options in midfield and attack, and they...
A trip to high-flying Sevilla makes securing a fifth successive win look a tough ask for Villarreal, although Giovani dos Santos is confident of continuing their fine run this weekend.
Villarreal head to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium on Sunday sitting sixth in the Primera Division after an impressive start to the campaign.
Thursday's Europa League victory against Zurich extended their winning run to a fourth successive match in all competitions, putting Dos Santos in confident mood ahead of the...
Getafe coach Cosmin Contra is confident his side can upset reigning champions Atletico Madrid this weekend, but is concerned about the sizeable threat the Rojiblancos pose from set-pieces.
Getafe have only beaten their local rivals once in 10 meetings and were defeated 7-0 and 2-0 in last season's league encounters as Atletico claimed their first Primera Division title since 1996.
Contra fully expects Atletico to be back challenging Barcelona and Real Madrid for the top prize again this term, but that...