La Liga hits its final round of 2012 with Valladolid v Barcelona & Malaga v Real Madrid odds available from Bet365, who also have an in running service available through their new in play technology.
It has been a superb few months in La Liga and this week, the final games take place before a two-week winter break.
Jose Mourinho and the Los Blancos face a difficult trip to La Rosaleda Stadium to face fourth place Malaga, while Barcelona will look to extend their lead at the top of Primera Liga as they travel to Valladolid.
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Barcelona have been superb this campaign and another win for the league-leaders will be expected when they head to Real Valladolid. Much of the recent headlines has been surrounding manager
Tito Vilanova,who has unfortunately suffered a relapse of a tumour and is undergoing treatment, which will see him out for around six weeks. All at Footybunker.com wishes him well.
Vilanova’s assistant Jordi Roura will oversee proceedings as the Catalan side look to extend their lead at the top of Primera Liga.
Its been a good week for Barca, Carles Puyol and Xavi Hernandez signing new contracts which will keep them at the Camp Nou until 2016, while Lionel Messi has signed until 2018.
Barca have dropped just two points all season and with Lionel Messi in fantastic form, they should take the spoils here.
Their rivals, Real Madrid could also only get a draw at Espanyol last week, which left Jose Mourinho’s side in third place, and more importantly 13 points off the league leaders.
Real Madrid have not had a good season so far and don’t look like challenging for the title at all, with Jose Mourinho looking more and more agitated each week as Los Blancos look to turn their attention entirely to the Champions League.
However, they will still be after a victory when they make a tough trip to Malaga, as Manuel Pellegrini’s side find themselves in fourth spot in La Liga following a good run of form.
The remaining six encounters take place on Saturday and Real Betis take on Mallorca in the early kick-off. Betis currently sit just outside the top four and should win this one as Mallorca are without a win in eleven.
Osasuna v Granada is another big battle at the bottom of the table and whoever wins this one could move clear of trouble.
The final encounter sees Athletic Bilbao and Real Zaragoza meet. With both sides scoring plenty of goals but conceding as well, this should be a cracking way to round-off the action for 2012 in La Liga.