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Live football streaming: Watch Rayo Vallecano v Getafe (La Liga)
La Liga completes round 18 of the campaign on Monday night as Rayo Vallecano, currently 9th in the top flight, welcome 10th-placed Getafe for a battle of two top-six hopefuls.
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Getafe will arrive at Rayo in full confidence that they can claim three points.
Despite losing their final match of 2012 at Valencia 4-3, the Madrid minnows ended last year in general fine fettle collecting three wins and two draws to assert themselves as one of the form teams in the Spanish top tier.
Moreover, Getafe enter the match at Rayo knowing that the hosts have shipped one of the largest amount of goals in the league. That will surely whet the appetite of the visitors, who have in turn scored in each one of their last six matches.
Getafe’s main man is midfielder Diego Castro, while the visitors look strong in the middle of the park with the likes of Lafita, Pedro Leon, Xavi Torres in their ranks.
Rayo, though, are no mugs. After winning 1-0 at Valencia, and then recording a 3-0 win over Levante last time out, Rayo are looking to complete a sequence of three straight wins to shoot them up the table.
Rayo’s star players include forward Léo Baptistão (6 goals in 16 games) and playmaker Piti (6 goals in 15 games).
- Updated: January 6, 2013