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Michael Laudrup and Gus Poyet take centre stage on this week's Revista de la Liga.

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Swansea manager Laudrup joins us to talk about the differences between managing in Spain and England and we'll get his thoughts on the Champions League semi-finals and the prospect of a potential Clasico Final.

The former midfield has enjoyed a stellar season in which he has guided the Swans to the top half of the Premier League, not to mention League Cup glory. Make sure you don't miss our interview!

Scott and Guillem will be joined in the studio by ex-Real Zaragoza, Chelsea and Tottenham player and now Brighton manager Gus Poyet.

Together with Graham Hunter they'll look at:

CROWNING GLORY: Barcelona edged closer to the La Liga title with a 1-0 win over Levante - but can they go all of the way in the Champions League?

MAGICAL MESUT: Real Madrid secured a 3-1 win over Real Betis as Mesut Ozil scored twice, plus we talk about Brazilian Casemiro who made his debut for Los Blancos at the weekend.

RACE FOR FOURTH: Valencia enjoyed a big victory as they overcame Malaga 5-1, while Real Sociedad could only draw 0-0 away at Osasuna. Have they blown their hopes?

BASEMENT BATTLE: Deportivo earned another point to keep their push for survival going and look at the fallout from Celta's clash with Zaragoza

Plus, we'll have all the usual transfer news and we'll answer the best of your tweets @revistadelaliga.

Also, we're offering you a chance to win a print of former Barcelona and Brazil player Ronaldo in our online competition - go to skysports.com/revista

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