Celta Vigo v Sevilla Saturday, 15:15 Live on Betfair Live Video
These two sides have been involved in their fair share of thrillers over the last couple of seasons, but Saturday's meeting could well be a fairly low-key spectacle.
Hosts Celta are bumbling along in midtable without any great consistency, their reliance on Iago Aspas having become obvious over the last few weeks. When Aspas isn't firing - a fairly rare thing, thankfully for them - the Galicians can look a bit toothless, and a brief scoring drought for the striker has coincided with a mini slump.
Celta have scored in just three of their last seven games, their only wins since the start of February coming at home to doomed Eibar and Las Palmas. Málaga held out for a goalless draw in the last game at Balaídos, and with second top scorer Maxi Gómez suspended, the hosts are not to be relied upon for fireworks, even against a generous Sevilla defence.
Vincenzo Montella is likely to rotate here, with a massive trip to Munich coming up in midweek. There's decent depth in the squad, but many of those coming in will be lacking sharpness and a loss of momentum is likely. With nothing riding on this game, Sevilla are unlikely to go hell-for-leather, either, so a slow-burn afternoon could be on the cards.
Easy win on the cards for Barça
Barcelona v Leganés Saturday, 19:45 Live on Sky Sports Football & Betfair Live Video
Beating Barcelona is tough enough at the best of times - just ask Sevilla - so you really don't want to be handing out freebies. Yet that is just what Roma did in midweek, scoring two own goals and crumbling in the closing minutes to give themselves a mountain to climb back in Italy next week.
The result was harsh on the Giallorossi, who posed plenty of problems for Barça. Yet therein lies the kicker: even when you outplay them, Ernesto Valverde's charges can still trump you. It happened at the Sánchez Pizjuán last weekend, when Luis Suárez and Lionel Messi dug them out of a hole, and it has been happening all season.
Leganés won't hold much hope of springing a surprise on Saturday night. Asier Garitano's side have consolidated this term, but haven't won away in the league since October, seemingly saving their energies for games at Butarque. That feeling is reinforced by a glance at the goals-for column: Los Legionarios have only scored in two of their last 10 away games.
Barça have already kept nine clean sheets at Camp Nou in the league and will be confident of hitting double figures here, helping to secure a win that will see them equal Real Sociedad's 1979/80 record of 38 Liga matches unbeaten.
Ronaldo can continue hot streak
Real Madrid v Atlético Madrid Sunday, 15:15 Live on Sky Sports Mix & Betfair Live Video
With one foot in the Champions League semi-finals and the second leg against Juventus at home, Real Madrid will surely be throwing full force at Sunday's derby. Confidence levels are sky-high after another ruthless European display, and Los Blancos have now won 11 of their last 12 games - proof, once again, that this team really comes alive at the business end of the season.
They have unfinished business to attend to here: Atlético Madrid have won three of the last four league derbies at the Bernabéu, establishing a red-and-white outpost where it is least welcome. Real have had the better of the battle in Europe, of course, but it's fair to say a trip across the city no longer holds the fear it once did for Los Rojiblancos.
Diego Simeone's side will feel they have every chance of claiming something this weekend, too; Atleti are also in good nick (13 wins in 15) and of course sit above Real in the standings. Their hopes of catching Barcelona expired some time ago, but they will be keen to register a moral victory by finishing the season ahead of their most bitter rivals.
Real are 1.74 favourites, which is probably understandable given their form, but recent derbies have been tough to predict. The best betting angle is probably to get behind Cristiano Ronaldo in the goalscorer market. The Portuguese is in incredible form (25 goals in his last 14) and has scored 21 derby goals in all competitions - more than any other player in history. Atleti's defence will make life tough for him, but he is an unstoppable force.
Back under 2.5 goals in Celta v Sevilla at 2.08
Back Barcelona to beat Leganés to nil at 4/6 (Sportsbook)
Back Cristiano Ronaldo to score against Atlético Madrid at Evens (Sportsbook)