The next round of La Liga fixtures take place this coming weekend, with all 20 teams in action. Barcelona will be looking to stretch their advantage at the top of the standings, while Real Madrid will be bidding to end a run of two consecutive draws.
Cadiz vs Getafe
The action in La Liga gets underway on Friday. Cadiz has lost just once in their previous four, while Getafe has won twice in their last three. Both sides will be fighting for vital points at the bottom of the standings, which means we could see a tense draw being played out.
Real Madrid vs Espanyol
Real Madrid’s hopes of winning the league title have been dampened in recent weeks after suffering two straight draws. However, we struggle to see anything other than a Real win as they have won 15 of their last 17 matches against Espanyol.
Elche vs Valladolid
Elche has gone five without a win against Valladolid. Elche picked up their first away win of the season in their last game, while Valladolid has lost of their last eight away matches in the competition. A home win could be the most likely outcome this weekend.
Celta Vigo vs Valladolid
Celta has lost just two of their previous eight matches against Valladolid in the league. Meanwhile, the hosts have also gone four games at home with defeat against Valladolid. It could be worth siding with the hosts this weekend.
Valencia vs Osasuna
Valencia remain in the bottom three, and they have conceded at least once in each of their last five matches against Osasuna. We will be siding with the visitors this weekend, as they have lost just once in eight games away from home against teams from the Valencia region.
Mallorca vs Real Sociedad
Mallorca comes into this game after losing their previous two, while Sociedad are without a win in their last three. There will be pressure on the visitors to respond this week, as their advantage in the top four is diminishing.
Sevilla vs Almeria
A huge game for Sevilla takes place on Sunday, as they look to avoid getting dragged back into the bottom three. Almeria has lost four of their last five, but we could see a draw being the likely outcome in this clash between out of form sides.
Pick: Draw at 3/1 with BetXchange.
Villarreal vs Real Betis
Villarreal has been in strong recent form, having picked up wins from their last two. However, Real Betis is currently the in-form team in Spain, and they will be looking for a fourth win in five this weekend. We could see them achieving that goal.
Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona
Barcelona could stretch their advantage at the top of the standings this weekend. We see them having every chance of achieving that goal, as Bilbao’s recent form has seen them go three without a win in La Liga.
Girona vs Atletico Madrid
On Monday, Atletico Madrid will be looking to go a sixth game without defeat. Over their last five, they have picked up three wins. Girona has won three of their last five, but we find it hard to take on the away side.