Lacklustre affair for lacklustre teams
Bet 1: Back Under 2.5 Goals in Las Palmas v Alaves @ 4/5 - KO 17:30 BST
The hosts are all but down as the maximum amount of points they can finish on is 36 and the team who are currently in 17th already have 34. They have endured a miserable season - losing 22 of their 33 fixtures and scoring just 22 goals.
Alaves are only in 15th, but they have 38 points and have already done enough to be confident of their top flight status for next year. Their biggest issue has been putting the ball in the net as they have netted just 30 times in their 33 outings to date.
There isn't really that much on this game as the two clubs know how their seasons will end, and as Las Palmas have failed to score in their last three at home, while the visitors have netted just three in five on the road, the 4/5 for under 2.5 is very generous.
Red-hot Betis to give Atletico Madrid something to think about
Bet 2: Back Betis +1 Goal @ 6/4 - KO 19:45 BST
Real Betis are the form team of La Liga as they come into the match having won six matches on the bounce. Admittedly they have enjoyed a kind run of fixtures, but the fact remains that they are on a roll and have climbed up to fifth in the table.
A trip to La Peineta to take on Atletico Madrid is never easy, but Diego SImeone's side were beaten 3-0 at Real Sociedad on Thursday, and they have a Europa League semi-final to prepare for at Arsenal this week.
Atleti have won their last 10 on this ground - all to nil - but you couldn't get much of a better time to face them, and Betis will never be in this kind of form, as their last five victories were also all to nil.
Juventus to tighten their grip on the Scudetto
Bet 3: Back Juventus and BTTS @ 4/1 - KO 19:45 BST
We conclude with the biggest match of the day as Juventus take on Napoli with the Serie A title hanging in the balance.
The defending champions have a four point advantage at the top but that was nine at one point earlier in the week and they arguably have a harder run-in than their rivals.
All of that will be academic if they get the win this evening though and home advantage could prove the key for Max Allegri and his players.
The Old Lady have won 14 of their 16 at the Allianz Stadium this term and conceded just five goals in the process. That latter stat highlights why we're getting such good odds for them to win and concede this evening, but there are reasons to believe that Napoli can get on the scoresheet.
Maurizio Sarri's men showed great heart to come from behind on two occasions against Udinese on Wednesday, and the four goals they scored should give them a boost tonight. They actually haven't lost on their travels this year, scoring an average of nearly two per game, but this is Juventus and I just can't see them getting anything.