Saturday, 13th June: Mallorca (11.00) @ Barcelona (1.27)
The last time Barcelona played they took three points off a strong Real Sociedad side, who currently stand fourth in La Liga standings.
This time they’ll face a lacklustre Mallorca side who sit in the relegation zone going into the last 11 games of the season.
The soccer betting odds heavily favour the visitors Barcelona. With the likes of La Liga’s leading scorer Lionel Messi, Antoine Griezmann and Luiz Suarez ready to go, they’ll be in for a real test on Saturday.
Mallorca has a negative goal differential of -16, which doesn’t bode well going up against the top-scoring team in the league. Barcelona’s free-flowing football will likely be far too much for Mallorca.
Take Barcelona to win.
To beat Mallorca
Sunday, 14th December: Real Madrid (1.24) @ Eibar (12.00)
Real Madrid has struggled at times this season. The loss of superstar Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus hurt them.
But the introduction of talent like Belgium’s Eden Hazard was set up to be a more than adequate replacement. However, an injury-stricken season had upset any chance of that happening.
We will see the return of Real’s number 7 on Sunday, alongside the rest of the Galacticos as they face off against a struggling Eibar side.
While Eibar isn’t a strong side, they are battling relegation and will give everything they have for 90 minutes. A dogged side with some gems in the squad capable of pulling off game-winning moments.
Regardless of that, Los Blancos have one of the best teams in the world on paper and will be too much for the visitors.
Pick Real to win.
To beat Eibar
Monday, 15th June: Levante (4.75) @ Sevilla (1.70)
Monday’s game will be the second game for Sevilla since La Liga returned to our screens. They’ll travel to Valencia on Monday night to face a well-organized Levante team, with Paco Lopez conducting things Levante has played some great football this season.
While La Liga often feels like a two-horse race, Sevilla is still in with an outside chance of winning the title if they win all their remaining games. They’ll be reliant on Barcelona and Real Madrid slipping up, but that’s not unheard of and they’ll keep plugging away until the end.
The odds favour a Sevilla win and rightly so. They’re led in attack by Lucas Ocampos, who has 11 goals for the season and will look to add to his tally again next week.
Levante will have to dig deep to get anything out of this game and we feel that’s going to be a stretch.
Go with Sevilla to take the 3 points.