Revista de la Liga: Getafe's managerial switch and Barcelona's loss discussed

Minto, Balague and Mendieta look at relegation battle

Last Updated: 11/03/14 6:52pm

Revista: 6pm, Tue, Sky Sports 1

Another one bites the dust.

Luis Garcia became the fifth managerial casualty in La Liga this season when he was dismissed by struggling Getafe on Monday in the wake of a 2-0 defeat to rock-bottom Real Betis, a side on their THIRD boss of the campaign no less.

Gaizka Mendieta will grab a stool in the Revista bar, alongside Scott Minto and Guillem Balague, to discuss Garcia's exit from Coliseum Alfonso Perez and whether the 41-year-old warranted the chop.

Garcia - who has also managed Benidorm and Levante - has been replaced at Getafe by the club's one-time right-back, Cosmin Contra, so our pundits will give their take on whether the ex-Romania international can propel the Madrid-based troop to safety.

The relegation battle is certainly intriguing with just seven points separating 19th-placed Rayo Vallecano and a Celta Vigo outfit in 11th spot, with clubs like Malaga and Osasuna sandwiched somewhere in between.

Gaizka and Guillem will tell Scott who they believe to be in most peril, but there will be plenty more for you to enjoy on Tuesday evening, including this lot:

BRITTLE BARCELONA - The reigning La Liga champions stumbled against toiling Valladolid on Saturday, slipping to a 1-0 defeat and, subsequently, to third place in the standings. Our clan will look at where the Catalans went wrong and if they may be given a fright by Man City in Europe...

GOLES Y GOLES Y GOLES - We will also bring you each of the goals from Week 27, including the three Espanyol put past Elche, the trio Sevilla notched at Almeria, Real Madrid's Bernabeu triumvirate against Levante and the two shared by Valencia and Bilbao at the Mestalla

TWITTER TIME - Scott, Guillem and Gaizka will close the show by answering your posers on anything to do with Spanish football. So whether you want the lowdown on Real or Rayo, Barca or Bilbao, Valencia or Valladolid or something altogether different, Tweet us now!

Send your questions to @revistadelaliga and then watch Revista, from 6pm, Tuesday, Sky Sports 1 - before sticking around to witness Atletico Madrid v AC Milan in the Champions League.