On Sunday, Real Madrid could all but wrap up the Spanish title as they face a titanic El clasico clash with Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.
Back in December, when the two sides met in the reverse fixture, a late Sergio Ramos strike snatched a 1-1 draw for the Merengues leaving head coach Zinedine Zidane smiling from ear to ear.
With a three-point lead at the top and a game in hand over Enrique’s Barce side, a repeat of that winter draw would suit Real down to the ground and leave the coast clear to sail to a record 33rd Primera División.
Barcelona need a repeat of the 4-0 win they achieved over Real the last time they set foot in the Bernabeu otherwise it will be the runners up spot for Messi and co.
That night, Luis Suarez was on exemplary form and once again the Catalans will look to their forward line to push them to victory.
New Granada boss Tony Adams failed to get his reign off to a winning start last weekend after losing 3-0 to Celta Vigo.
Things get even tougher for Adams’s strugglers as they travel to the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán on Friday night to face a Sevilla side looking to cement their top four status.
Recent patchy form has seen Jorge Sampaoli’s men tamely slip away from an unlikely tilt at the title, however, victory on Friday will all but assure Champions League qualification for next season.
A third straight defeat for Granada could see them slip to ten points from safety with just five games to go should Leganes pick up three points against Villarreal.
Valencia are finding form at the tail end of the season, unbeaten in their last four, the Valencianistes travel to a stuttering Malaga side on Saturday as they bid to sneak a top ten finish.
By contrast, six defeats in their last nine has seen any faint hope Malaga harboured of competing for a Europa league spot quickly evaporate.
The away win at 43/20 could be the way to go in this one with recent form pointing to a Valencia win, However, Malaga did beat Barcelona two weeks ago making them unpredictable and worth a shot at 5/4 with Comeon!
It is El Clasico this Sunday with Barcelona needing to win to keep the pressure on Real.
However, when the two met in December, a late Ramos equaliser left Barcelona deflated. A repeat of that 1-1 score line favours the Madrid side and looks likely at 33/4 with Comeon!