Villarreal have only picked up 12 home points so far this season but they have scored in their last 10 La Liga home matches. Meanwhile Rayo Vallecano’s away points total so far is just 10, but they have found the net in their last five away in the league. Both teams finding the net seems likely.
In-form Espanyol look favourites to win against a Sevilla side who have lost their last five away La Liga matches and will be reeling after their Europa League exit. Sevilla have also failed to score in four of their last five away La Liga matches so it should be a comfortable home victory.
Valencia have only lost one home league game this season, but they have only won four, with nine draws. Getafe are not the ideal opponents if you want a home win as they have won four of their last five in the league and lost just one of their last 12 La Liga away matches. A point apiece is on the cards.
Barcelona have scored at least two goals in five of their last seven away matches in LaLiga and they were at their free-flowing best in Wednesday's 5-1 demolition of Olympique Lyonnais. The Blaugrana have not lost away from home in six games and should have too much firepower for Real Betis.
A home victory looks a likely outcome as Eibar have won three of their last four La Liga matches while Real Valladolid have lost their last four away league games. An Eibar clean sheet seems a distinct possibility also as they have kept one in four of their last five home La Liga matches.
Zinedine Zidane's return makes it difficult to forecast anything other than a celebratory Real Madrid victory, as they have scored at least twice in seven of their last nine La Liga games. Celta de Vigo have also lost five of their six La Liga away matches, failing to score in their last three.
These sides are evenly matched at 13th and 14th respectively in the table and recent results show neither will give much away. Leganes are unbeaten in their last 11 home La Liga matches while Girona have lost just one of their last four, so a point apiece seems likely.
Huesca have scored in five of their last six league matches while Alaves have found the net in four of their last five league games. With these stats, backing both sides to get on the scoresheet looks a decent option, especially as both teams have scored in Huesca's last three league games.
Athletic Club have kept four clean sheets in their last five home La Liga matches and Atletico Madrid have not conceded in seven of their last nine league games. With under 2.5 goals being scored in 13 of Atletico Madrid's last 15 away La Liga games, this has all the hallmarks of a low-scoring duel.
Real Sociedad should need no motivation after a dismal 5-2 defeat at Sevilla. They are on a decent run of form at Estadio Municipal de Anoeta with four wins and a draw in their last six games there. By contrast, Levante have lost five of their last six away games and failed to score in four of them.
Real Sociedad's unbeaten league run only contained one away victory with the last three matches on the road ending in a draw. That could be the selection in a high-scoring clash, given that over 3.5 goals has landed in Sevilla's last three La Liga matches at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán.
Real Madrid have endured a dismal fortnight with a pair of defeats to Barcelona as well as a shock 4-1 loss to Ajax that saw them exit the Champions League. That said, they have won five of their last six away league matches and surely will be too strong for struggling Real Valladolid.
Villarreal put their domestic troubles on the road behind them on Thursday night as they comfortably beat Zenit St. Petersburg. If they can convert that form into the league, they surely must have a great chance against a Levante side who have won just once since early December.
Valencia are unbeaten since early January and managed to beat Krasnodar in the Europa League on Thursday. That said, Girona have had a full week to prepare for this and have beaten Real Madrid and Rayo Vallecano recently, so they could be good value for a draw.