As the year's final international break draws to a close, club football makes it's return to our television screens.
The fortnight confirmed which nations have secured their place in next summer's European Championships, allowing clubs to focus on their final run of fixtures up until the Christmas break.
With everyone's attention firmly back on LaLiga, the boys at the top of the table are still looking over their shoulder.
LaLiga returns to our television screens this weekend as Barcelona take on Leganes
Just two points separate first and fifth, with the league's top four sides all winning on their last outing.
On Saturday, fans will be treated to a marathon of games as Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid all feature in back-to-back games.
To cap off matchday 14, Eibar will take on Alaves in a Basque derby while Sevilla, Athletic Bilbao and Getafe are all in action. Sportsmail takes a look at that, and the key fixtures to come...Levante vs Mallorca – Friday, 8pm
The weekend's action begins with a Friday night fixture on the east coast of Spain where Levante welcome Mallorca to Estadi Ciutat de Valencia.
Levante will be hoping their rollercoaster of a season takes an upward turn in the run up to Christmas after they suffered a 2-1 defeat by Bilbao before the teams went away on international duty.
It came just a week after they made amends for their disappointing defeat to Espanyol by superbly seeing of champions Barcelona in a 3-1 win.
Mallorca have also had their own impressive results this season after they beat Zinedine Zidane's Real side back in October.
However, Robert Sarver's men are yet to pick up a single point away from their Son Moix stadium this season.
LaLiga's weekend action kicks off when Levante play Mallorca at the Estadi Ciutat de Valencia
Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez return from the international break as team-mates after the pair went toe-to-toe in a gripping clash between Argentina and Uruguay.
The duo both scored in the ill-tempered 2-2 draw, as Suarez outshone the Argentine for a change by scoring a delightful free kick before Messi responded by scoring a penalty.
While the two South American giants looked well-matched in their draw, the same can't be said for the midday kick-off at the Estadio Municipal de Butarque where basement-boys Leganes welcome LaLiga leaders Barcelona.
Leganes have registered just one win so far this season and the rot looks set to continue this weekend.
However, Javier Aguirre's