Eibar vs. Huesca (Saturday, 1.00pm)
This weekend's La Liga action kicks off with a relegation six-pointer in the Basque Country between two of the division's most out-of-form sides.
Three points for bottom-of-the-league Huesca at Eibar's Estadio Ipurua de Municipal could see the club haul themselves out of the relegation zone. Eibar, who have not won a league game since early January, will be desperate to get their season back on track.
We say: Eibar 1-2 Huesca
In comparison to their struggling Basque opponents, Huesca have been playing with their tails up in recent weeks and we think Pacheta's men have what it takes to finally haul themselves out of the bottom three.
Sevilla vs. Barcelona (Saturday, 3.15pm)
There are only two points between the two sides in the table ahead of this weekend's contest, with Barca currently occupying third position, while Sevilla are fourth, comfortably clear of fifth-placed Real Sociedad.
We say: Sevilla 1-1 Barcelona
The last two league matches between these two teams have finished level, and we are finding it difficult to separate them once again. Sevilla were excellent against Barca in the Copa del Rey earlier this month, and we are backing Lopetegui's side to secure a point on Saturday afternoon.
Alaves vs. Osasuna (Saturday, 5.30pm)
With just one win in their last nine league outings, Alaves, who are currently 16th in the standings, have been slowly edging closer and closer to the dreaded relegation zone for some time now.
We say: Alaves 0-3 Osasuna
With nine goals conceded in their last two games, we think Osasuna definitely have what it takes to make it double digits. Arrasate's men have been flying recently and we think there could be a hiding on the cards if Alaves are not careful.
Getafe vs. Valencia (Saturday, 8.00pm)
Valencia, who have blown hot and cold this season, have had a change in fortunes in recent weeks and will be looking to make it back-to-back victories for the first time this season.
We say: Getafe 0-2 Valencia
Bordalas's Getafe side are on a self-destructive path, and we think Valencia certainly have what it takes to inflict another damning result on the metropolitan club. We are going for a 2-0 win for Los Che.