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Another big round of fixtures take place in La Liga this weekend and all 20 teams are in action between Friday and Monday.
Friday evening sees one match take place as Osasuna take on Real Sociedad and both teams are searching for the points in this one for very different reasons. Osasuna can move out of the bottom three with a victory, whereas Sociedad can climb up to sixth.
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On Saturday, Rayo Vallecano host a Mallorca side that have taken just one point from their last seven matches. The visitors did manage to draw their last encounter, but know they need a win here.
Granada also host Real Valladolid in another crunch match near the bottom of La Liga. Each side are above the bottom three, but know just how tight things are at the foot of the table.
Malaga v Valencia looks to be the pick of the fixtures on Saturday as it sees two teams challenging for the top four this campaign lock horns. A win for either could send them into a Champions League spot, which means there is plenty at stake here.
The final game on Saturday sees Real Madrid head to Real Betis, who have lost back to back games in the league. Real are on a good run in the top flight and three points are a must here.
Jose Mourinho’s side confirmed their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League with a 1-1 draw at the Etihad Stadium midweek, and will go for their sixth straight victory in La Liga, matching Barca stride for stride.
On Sunday, Getafe are at home to bottom of the table Espanyol and then Athletic Bilbao and Deportivo La Coruna go head-to-head.
Atletico Madrid then go up against Sevilla in what is sure to be a superb 90 minutes of action. Atletico can move level on points and put the pressure on Barcelona with a win, whilst Sevilla need a win to move nearer the top four.
The team currently in fourth position, Real Betis, are at home to Barcelona on Sunday evening and know they need to be at their very best to win this one.
Barcelona boss Tito Vilanova could welcome back Adriano and Thiago as the Catalan giants go for their sixth straight victory in La Liga, and their odds of 3/10 for the away victory indicate that most punters expect them to do so.
Monday night sees one game take place – Real Zaragoza v Celta Vigo and both sides could be closer to the bottom three by the time they kick-off, so will need to get something out of this one.