LaLiga returns to the Wanda Metropolitano after the Champions League game against Manchester City. Our team receives Espanyol in the 32th league matchday at 4.15pm on Sunday, April 17.
Our team arrives to the game after losing against Mallorca in their last game in the league. Our team will be looking for a win in front of the home crowd - where they have 33 points - which would mean four consecutive home victories after wins against Celta (2-0), Cádiz (2-1) and Alavés (4-1).
Espanyol, who arrive at the Wanda Metropolitano in mid-table positions in the standings, will be up against them. The away team, ranked 11th, have 39 points. Espanyol will undoubtedly be a tough opponent, as they showed in the first leg at the RCDE Stadium, which ended with a 1-2 victory for us.
The last meeting between the two teams at the Wanda Metropolitano ended with a 3-1 victory for the Red & White team.