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Thursday, March 15, 2012

La Liga

Athletic Bilbao
Bilbao striker Fernando Llorente has resumed training following his hip injury, but he is still a doubt for their second leg tie with Man Utd.

Atletico Madrid
Atletico Madrid midfielder Arda Turan has insisted he is in top form for the second leg clash against Besiktas, despite his recent injury.

Javier Mascherano gave credits to Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola for turning him into a more complete player since his arrival from Liverpool.

Espanyol coach Mauricio Pochettino insists his side are calm after the defeat to Real Madrid as they are used to having roller coaster results.

Getafe midfielder Michel believes his side will secure another season in the La Liga if they can reach 35 points with another win this weekend.

Granada midfielder Dani Benitez insists the match against Sporting Gijon will not be decisive, but it is vital for his side to get the win.

Levante striker Arouna Kone revealed that he has been risking serious injury by playing with a muscle strain in the last three or four matches.

Defender Jesus Gamez has stated that Malaga are boosted after three straight wins and will aim to get something positive at the Bernabeu.

Kike Sola is hurt to miss so many games after securing his place as a starter for Osasuna, but is confident of a full recovery next season.

Racing Santander
Racing manager Alvaro Cervera admits it will be difficult to move forward and that his work is to identify players who are still committed.

Rayo Vallecano
Rayo midfielder Dani Pacheco admits in addition to winning against Real Betis this weekend, his side also need to project a different image.

Real Betis
Real Betis coach Pepe Mel has made it clear that he is not one of those who jumps ships midway, following reports linking him with Valencia.

Real Madrid

Real Mallorca
Real Mallorca striker Victor Casadesus has urged his team-mates to make war against Atletico Madrid as they are risking a lot in the match.

Real Sociedad
Sociedad defender Alberto de la Bella believes his team need to win two or three straight games in order to pull away from their direct rivals.

Real Zaragoza
Zaragoza midfielder Antonio Galdeano has vowed to continue giving everything he has and believes his team need two wins to turn things around.

Sevilla winger Diego Perotti has underlined that there will always be pressure at the club, but admitted that his team could have done more.

Sporting Gijon
Sporting Gijon defender Alex Galvez has urged his team to remain calm and to try to play their own game when they make the trip to Granada.

Valencia striker Aritz Aduriz believes their first leg win over PSV Eindhoven will only make the Dutch side more dangerous in Philips Stadion.

Villarreal keeper Diego Lopez believes there is still time to fix their situation, but admits they will have to show more courage than ever.

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