The 2022/2023 Spanish premier division has commenced, all the teams have played their first 4 games of the season.
Here is the standings of the Spanish premier division after match week 4:
We have Real Madrid on the first spot with 12 points plus 7 goals. They have won all their 4 games in the league with a 100 percent record.
Fc Barcelona is on the 2nd spot with a total of 10 points plus 10 goals out of their 4 games. They have won 3 games and drew one.
On the 3rd spot we have Villareal, they have 10 points plus 9 goals. They have won 3 matches and drew one.
On the 4th spot we have Real Betis with a total of 9 points and 4 goals out of their 4 games played. They have won 3 games and lost 1.
Elche is on the 18th spot with 1 point and a minus of 8 goals out of 4 games they have played this season.
On the 19th spot we have Getafe, they have 1 point and a minus of 9 goals out of 4 matches they have played this season.
Cadiz is on the 20th spot with 0 point and a minus of 10 goals out 4 games they have played this season.
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