FC Barcelona will try to continue firmly in the leadership of the Finetwork League F 2022-2023 with one more victory on the eleventh day of that weekend against Real Sociedad that will keep their rivals at bay, led by a Real Madrid that receives the downcast Levante Las Planas.

The Blaugrana team is not finding much opposition so far in the domestic tournament where they have only given a chance to UDG Tenerife (2-0) and, above all, Levante UD (2-1). Now, after beating Atlético 1-6 at the Cívitas Metropolitano, they will want to continue increasing their number of consecutive victories against Natalia Arroyo’s team.

La Real arrives at Johan Cruyff in search of counteracting the current champion with their also daring and unapologetic bet, although last season, their three duels, two in the League and one in the Queen’s Cup, resulted in three defeats and one global 20 goals against and two scored.

Barça, which days later will have a demanding start in the Champions League against the German Bayern Munich, could bet on some rotation to distribute efforts in an empty infirmary and where Alexia Putellas and Caroline Graham Hansen are now left.

The Gipuzkoan team dreams of scoring to continue close to a ‘Champions train’ headed by Real Madrid, located eight points behind the lead, with one game less, and will try to defend their second place without thinking too much about the key duel against Chelsea in Alfredo di Stéfano against the recently promoted Levante Las Planas.

The Catalan team is in a bad state after failing to win in their last eight games, seven in the F League, with five straight losses, and one in the Copa de la Reina, and the madridistas hope to become strong in their stadium before a stretch important campaign in which, in addition to receiving the ‘Blues’, they will visit Atlético de Madrid and PSG.

Precisely, the rojiblanco team and Levante UD, tied at 20 points and two from Real Madrid, will wait for their rival to stumble to snatch their place. The ‘mattresses’ will want to make up for their tough defeat against Barça in a difficult visit to a solid Valencia and where they will not be able to count on their goalscorer Ludmila da Silva, injured last week in the knee, while the ‘granotas’ will seek to return to the path of victory at home against Betis.

In addition, Madrid CFF will try to leave behind their two consecutive defeats in their visit to an Athletic Club that wants to get hooked on the upper zone, the same objective sought by the irregular Sevilla and UDG who have a direct duel in the Seville sports city. Bottom side Alhama and Villarreal, third from bottom, will fight for key points, as will Deportivo Alavés Gloriosas, penultimate, and Sporting de Huelva.