The start of a new Spanish La Liga season gets underway this Friday as Malaga entertain Sevilla in the opening fixture of the 2015-16 season. The remaining fixtures will be played out across Saturday, Sunday and Monday. The world’s biggest football club, Real Madrid, start their campaign at Sporting Gijon with Rafa Benitez taking charge of his first competitive match for the visitors. This match and most of the opening weekend’s fixtures in La Liga will be shown live for viewers in the United States on beIN Sports.
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Will Rafa Benitez get off to a winning start as Real Madrid’s new head coach? The biggest signing the former Liverpool boss has made is Mateo Kovacic from Internazionale, whilst the club have also bought back Casemiro from FC Porto, and goalkeeper Kiko Casilla from Espanyol.
Sporting Gijon were promoted back to the Spanish top flight last season, finishing runners-up to Real Betis.
Real Madrid will be expectant of three points from this fixture to get off to a good start and to give them any chance of finishing above their rivals Barcelona this season with Luis Enrique’s side most people’s favourites to defend their title.