PAMPLONA, Spain — Chile midfielder Felipe Gutierrez scored from a free kick in stoppage time to help Real Betis win 2-1 at Osasuna in the Spanish league on Friday. Gutierrez apparently surprised Osasuna’s defense, which was positioned to defend a cross, when he blasted his shot from distance past goalkeeper Nauzet Perez. Gutierrez also protected Betis’ initial lead when he was on the goal-line to clear a shot near the half-hour mark. Joaquin Sanchez put Betis ahead in the 19th minute with a superb solo effort. The 35-year-old forward fended off a defender before lobbing Perez while falling down. Midfieler Roberto Torres made it 1-1 for Osasuna shortly after halftime when he scored from a rebound.
Week 9 of the 2016-17 La Liga season will see several clashes between clubs near the top of the table, headlined by Atletico Madrid's trip to Sevilla. Rivals Real Madrid will host in-form Athletic Club Bilbao, who have won five of their last six, while Barcelona travel to Valencia, who have improved dramatically after a dreadful start to the season. Week 8 may have been filled with blowout wins for La Liga's top title contenders, but don't expect that to be the case this time around. Here's a look at the schedule, complete with live-stream information and picks: To access the Sky Go app, click here. For BeIN Sports Connect, click here. Here are some players to keep an eye on. Yannick Carrasco,
Real Madrid will look to win their third match on the bounce when they host Athletic Bilbao at the Santiago Bernabeu on 23 October. Where to watch live Kick-off is set for 7.45pm BST. The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports 1 HD. Overview Gareth Bale, Marco Asensio, Lucas Vasquez and Alvaro Morata all got on the score sheet as Real Madrid secured a comprehensive 5-1 home win over Legia Warsaw in the Champions League on 18 October. Zinedine Zidane's side are on a 14-match unbeaten run at the Santiago Bernabeu in all competitions. Sergio Ramos, Luka Modric and Casemiro remain sidelined through injury for the hosts. Athletic Bilbao fell to a 2-0 defeat away at Genk on 20 October to sink to