Second plays third as we bring you the latest La Liga odds on Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid, Barcelona v Athletic Bilbao, Valencia v Sociedad, Getafe v Malaga with Bet365 and their live stream service.
The action in La Liga is sure to entertain this weekend with some cracking fixtures on show. It is all about the top of the table this time out and the results could have a big say on the title race.
The big match of the weekend is the Madrid derby between Real and Athletico at the Bernabeu. Real are now eleven points off top spot and eight adrift of their opponents in this one, as Jose Mourinho’s side were given a blow with defeat at Sevilla last week.
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If Atletico can come out on top, they will show they are title contenders this campaign.
Diego Simeone has once again managed to inspire his side to second in the table, and with Radamel Falcao once again firing in the goals, it should be a very interesting encounter at the Santiago Bernabeu as two world class strikers line up against each other.
Whether we see a power shift this season remains to be seen, but it has all the makings of a classic, and the odds of 7/1 on the away win simply look too big to ignore.
Barcelona are also at home on Saturday evening to Athletic Bilbao. The Catalan club are flying in the league right now and are still unbeaten, with Tito Vilanova’s side going for their seventh straight victory.
A win will be expected here, but they know that on their day, Bilbao can be a match for anyone in this league.
The Catalan giants will be boosted however by the return from injury of David Villa midweek, who scored a brace in the 3-1 win over Alaves in the Copa del Rey, and with Carlos Puyol back in the side a convincing home win looks on the cards at the Camp Nou.
Malaga will be searching for all three points to remain in the top four when they travel to Getafe, who sit in seventh place right now.
Also, Valencia need to bounce back after a 4-0 thrashing last weekend when they are at home Real Sociedad.
On Sunday, Granada take on Espanyol in what is a match between two sides in the bottom three, and then high-flying Real Betis make the journey to struggling Deportivo La Coruna.
Levante have won just one game in four, but still sit in sixth and they are away to a Celta Vigo side that hover just above the drop zone right now. Mallorca v Real Zaragoza is the final game taking place on Saturday afternoon.
There is one game on Monday evening and it sees Sevilla host Real Valladolid. They both sit in mid-table and on 18 points at the moment, so need a win to try and move closer to the top teams in La Liga.