Quique Setien’s Barcelona (11/8 – To lift the title) will get the chance to put the pressure on title rivals Real Madrid this weekend when they play a day earlier than Zinedine Zidane’s outfit.
The race for La Liga glory promises to go down to the wire this season, with both teams sitting on 68 points as it stands.
Barcelona will travel to Celta Vigo on Saturday afternoon and the visitors will fancy their chances even though their opponents have won their last two matches (Celta 4/1, Draw 3/1, Barcelona 8/13 – Match Betting).
Sevilla host Real Valladolid on Friday while Athletic Bilbao, who still have the outside chance of finishing in a European place, will tackle relegation-threatened Mallorca the next day.
Osasuna could send Leganes into further trouble if they beat them on Saturday, while Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid will try to consolidate third place when they welcome Deportivo Alaves to the capital (Atletico 1/3, Draw 7/2, Deportivo Alaves 10/1 – Match Betting).
Atletic’s trip to bottom-club Espanyol is the highlight of Sunday’s fixtures, with Villarreal also facing Valencia.
On Monday, Getafe take on Real Sociedad, with a win for the visitors allowing them to climb above the home side (Getafe 29/20, Draw 21/10, Sociedad 2/1 – Match Betting).
As well as a big weekend of football in Spain, there are plenty of games to look forward to in Serie A.
Champions Juventus will face Lecce on Friday in a game that could see the Old Lady move closer to the league title, while on Saturday, Brescia face Genoa and Cagliari take on Torino.
Juventus’ closest rivals, Lazio, are also in action on Saturday as they welcome Fiorentina to the capital for what could be the game of the weekend (Lazio 4/7, Draw 11/4, Fiorentina 9/2 – Match Betting).
Sunday’s action comes thick and fast as always in Italy with Milan taking on Roma, who still have aspirations of finishing in the top four.
Udinese will tackle Atalanta, Sampdoria face Bologna and Sassuolo will need to be at their best to get past Hellas Verona.
The last two games in Italy see Napoli welcome SPAL to Naples, while Parma face Antonio Conte’s Inter.