Sky Sports Xtra brings live action from Malaga, highlights from Madrid and Barca and our weekly round-up of all La Liga's big talking points on Monday night.
Tune in to our exclusive online channel from 7pm to watch highlights of Barcelona's Saturday fixture with Granada followed by Real Madrid's trip to Almeria.
- Barcelona are struggling with a long list on injuries including Messi, Alves, Fabregas, Valdes, Xavi and Pique; this could be the time for Granada, who sit just outside the European competition places, to pounce on Gerardo Martino's side and move up the table.
- Madrid are six points behind league leaders Barcelona but in third place behind local rivals Atletico Madrid. Madrid's star man Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brilliant hat-trick midweek to secure Portgual's qualification for the 2014 World Cup - will he continue this magnificent form in their fixture with struggling Almeria.
Then from 8.30pm Terry Gibson and John Driscoll will preview our live fixture between Malaga and Athletic Bilbao before the game kicks-off at 8.55pm.
- Struggling on the pitch and off the pitch financially, Malaga are desperate to pick up the three points and boost their chances of staying in La Liga season. All eyes will be on their stars Sergi Darder and goalkeeper Willy Caballero, who both have been linked with moves to the Premier League.
- Athletic are in better condition than their opponents, sitting in fifth place in La Liga and coming off the back of a 2-1 win over Levante. Bilbao have a host of top talent to keep your eye on, but Iker Muniain, a Spanish international forward dubbed the new Messi is surely the pick of the bunch.
Following the match Terry and John will bring you all the analysis, goals from all the weekend's La Liga fixtures all rounded off with La Liga Weekly.
Monday night on Sky Sports Xtra:
7pm - Barcelona v Granada Highlights
7.45pm - Almeria v Real Madrid Highlights
8.30pm - Preview of Malaga v Athletic Bilbao with Terry Gibson and Jon Driscoll
8.55-11pm - Malaga v Athletic Bilbao live (plus goals from the weekend's live games with Jon and Terry)
11pm - La Liga Weekly