Real Madrid’s top scorer this season, Karim Benzema, has scored seven goals in 11 La Liga appearances against Real Betis. The Frenchman could equal his best ever seasonal tally with a brace this weekend, so the experienced striker will undoubtedly be doing his utmost to get on the scoresheet.
Eibar have lost just four times at home this season in the league, but they face a tough test against the champions this weekend. Lionel Messi has fired his side to domestic glory this season and he is the league’s top scorer yet again. Expect the Argentine forward to end the league campaign with a flourish.
Athletic Club have failed to score in five of their eight away matches against the current top-half this season, while Sevilla have the best home record outside the top-three. Sevilla have stalled of late, but expect them to end the season on a high note this weekend.
This will not be an easy match for Valencia, who are chasing a top-four slot. Real Valladolid are unbeaten in five of their last six La Liga matches and drew 1-1 at Valencia earlier this season. However, Real have nothing to play for, so Valencia should claim victory and secure fourth place.
Levante have scored at least twice in their last five home matches, so they could pose Atletico Madrid real problems this weekend. However, this will be Antoine Griezmann’s last match for Atletico and he will be keen to sign off with a goal. Expect there to be plenty of goalmouth action on Saturday.
Huesca have kept three clean sheets in their last six La Liga matches, while there have been fewer than 2.5 goals in 11 of Leganes’ last 13 in the league. There is not a massive amount of attacking quality across these two sides, so a tight encounter looks on the cards this weekend.
Getafe will be desperate to claim three points this weekend, with a top-four spot still possible. They have kept clean sheets in their last four La Liga home matches and won seven of their last nine in the league at the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez, so expect them to continue this form on the last day.
These clubs appear evenly matched on paper, with both on 50 points heading into the final game of the season. However, Real Sociedad are winless in seven of their last eight away matches in La Liga, so Espanyol have to be considered the favourites due to their home advantage this weekend.
Both these clubs are woefully out of form. Deportivo Alaves are winless in nine La Liga matches, while Girona have won just one during the same period. Girona would need a huge goal difference swing to stay up, so they may throw caution to the wind this weekend and embark on all-out attack.
Iago Aspas has scored eight goals in his last nine La Liga matches, almost single-handedly saving his beloved Celta de Vigo side from relegation. Rayo Vallecano possess the league’s worst away record this season, so Celta’s iconic forward should add to his tally on Saturday.
Villarreal have scored in their last 11 La Liga matches, while Eibar have scored in all but one of their last 11. These two evenly-matched sides have little left to play for and, with both teams having scored in 13 of Villarreal's last 14 home games in La Liga, both goalkeepers will be kept busy.
Alaves’ season has petered out and they are winless in their last eight La Liga games, failing to score in four of those. Valencia's Europa League semi-final defeat to Arsenal may affect them but after beating Huesca 6-2 last Sunday and losing just one of their last 12 at home, they should prevail.
Real Madrid are winless in their last four away La Liga matches and key striker Karim Benzema is unlikely to feature this weekend. Real Sociedad have won their last two and they also beat Real Madrid in the reverse fixture in January. It would be no surprise to see Los Blancos lose out again.
Huesca’s heavy defeat to Valencia last weekend ended a six-match unbeaten run, although five of those six were draws. Mid-table Real Betis look like they are already on their holidays, having failed to win in any of their previous five. Another Huesca draw could be on the cards this Saturday.