Athletic Bilbao midfielder Javi Martinez admits the match against Osasuna is very important as five points from six games is not good enough.
Atletico Madrid coach Gregorio Manzano has come to the defense of Arda Turan and Silvio, claiming that the club did not buy damaged players.
Barcelona head coach Pep Guardiola is reportedly interested in midfielder Bartsz Salamon, following his visit to Brescia in the pre-season.
Espanyol president Ramon Condal has made it clear that he would not at the club if he thought that they are going to suffer in the La Liga.
Getafe will be hoping to avoid their fourth defeat in five games when they take on Villarreal, who are looking for their first away victory.
Granada coach Fabriciano Gonzalez will not be satisfied with a draw against Atletico Madrid and has demanded his players to go for victory.
Levante coach Juan Ignacio Martinez has yet to decide who will replace Xavi Torres, who will not be fielded against his parent club Malaga.
Genoa have been linked with a swoop for striker Jose Salomon Rondon, who has impressed with Malaga and carries a price tag of EUR10 million.
Osasuna coach Jose Luis Mendilibar will have key trio Sergio Fernandez, Roversio Rodrigues and Javad Nekounam available for the Bilbao clash.
While admitting that no one has the formula for winning at Barcelona, Racing coach Hector Cuper is confident his side can cause a surprise.
Rayo Vallecano's Andrija Delibasic is excited about the Copa del Rey competition, after his side were paired with Racing in the next round.
Betis coach Pepe Mel said there are no reasons for his side to change they the play, as it has worked very well for them so far this season.
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo is fine and will feature against Real Betis.
Mallorca will be hoping to pick up points for the third straight game when they take on Valencia, who are looking for their second away win.
Sociedad coach Philippe Montanier believes the clash against Zaragoza is a challenge and an opportunity to react after two straight defeats.
Real Zaragoza coach Javier Aguirre is forced to call two players from the reserved side as Lanzaro, Minero, Pinter and Tomas are unavailable.
Sevilla boss Marcelino Garcia Toral wants his team to prove their superiority over Sporting Gijon and that they have a stronger desire to win.
Sporting Gijon coach Manolo Preciado admits he is likely to field an unchanged side against Sevilla, who he declared are 'not invincible'.
Barcelona are reportedly interested in signing Valencia left-back Jordi Alba, whose contract at Mestalla runs out at the end of the season.
Villarreal coach Juan Carlos Garrido said it is vital for his side to straighten out their bad start to the season with a win over Getafe.