Yellow Submarine to down Malaga
Bet 1: Back Villarreal @ 11/10 - KO 17:30 BST
Malaga are all but down in La Liga as they are six points adrift at the bottom and 14 points from safety. They ended a run of seven straight defeats last time out by drawing 0-0 at Celta Vigo, but they haven't won since the middle of December and their record since then is played 14, lost 11 and drawn three.
The visitors to La Rosaleda this evening are Villarreal an they come into the game on the back of two wins and they hold the advantage in the race for the Europa League places. The top four are well clear at the top, but Javier Calleja's side have 47 points from their 29 fixtures and Sevilla and Girona have less points and have played a game more.
They are away from home here, but they won on the road last time out and four of their six away victories have come from their last seven on the road - and it doesn't get much easier than this.
Diego Simeone's side to turn the screw on Deportivo
Bet 2: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Atletico Madrid v Deportivo @ 4/5 - KO 19:45 BST
The goals are set to flow at La Peineta today as Atletico Madrid take on Deportivo in La Liga.
The hosts are second in the table and while the title is out of reach, they are in a great position to finish as runners-up, ahead of city rivals, Real Madrid. If Atletico win their game in hand here, they will move four points clear in second, with only eight matches remaining.
As far as the goals go, although only 10 of their 29 this term have seen this selection land, four of them have come from their five latest outings - and that includes 5-2 and 4-0 wins. They have netted seven times over the course of their last two at home and three of their last five here have gone over 2.5.
Deportivo are second from bottom and can't afford to just play for a 0-0 tonight. They are eight points behind Levante in 17th and have lost five on the bounce on their travels - conceding 18 goals in the process.
French clash to be low-scoring
Bet 3: Back Under 2.5 Goals in Lyon v Toulouse @ 6/5 - KO 20:00 BST
We finish in France for a fixture between Lyon and Toulouse that shouldn't have too many goals.
Lyon could do with winning this evening as it would close the gap on Marseille in third to two points and only the top three in Ligue One qualify for next season's Champions League.
Toulouse are in 17th - one place above the relegation play-off position, and it's very tight down at that end of the table. Only four points covers 15th to 19th, so every single point matters at this stage of the campaign.
The hosts are on a run of three in a row at home to end with two goals or fewer being scored and the same can be said for the visitor's last three on the road. Overall, despite the gulf between them in the division, I think that this will be quite a tight affair, without many goals.