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Top three can top off this terrific trifecta

Real and Atleti could struggle so watch out for Barca

We've asked La Liga expert Graham Hunter to scour the odds to find a nice treble for this weekend. No, we didn't pay for his wine.

Now that we know that Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have a mouthwatering Champions League quarter final against each other, it’ll be interesting to see which competition they focus on
Atleti are pretty much out of the title race, or so it seems, while Barca are steaming clear. The outsider in the race is Real. If Zidane can keep them focused we could see a late charge


Real Madrid vs Sevilla – 19:30 Sunday (live on Sky)

Yes, I know the Galacticos are 12 points off top with nine games to go. But we’ve seen much stranger things happen in football, so who’s to say they couldn’t get back into the title race? When Sevilla take time away from winning the Europa League, they can still sniff the Champions League places automatically, if they can reel in Villarreal. They beat their nearest rivals 4-2 last week to close the gap to just five points. Another victory in the Bernabeu isn’t out of the question entirely. One thing is for sure – there will be plenty of goals. I just think Real will have enough. Back Madrid to win with over 3.5 goals at


Villarreal vs Barcelona – 15:00 Sunday (Live on Sky)


Villarreal always test Barcelona. The problem is, you don’t get three points for tests, you get three points for a win and that’s the department that they’ve struggled against Messi and co. They reached the quarter finals of the Europa League midweek, but it came at a cost as they picked up a couple of injuries. That won’t help their cause. I expect them to do the same as they always do . Give Barca a right good go, but lose in the end. Barcelona to win by 1 goal at

Sporting Gijón vs Atletico Madrid – 3pm Saturday (Live STREAMING  on Paddy Power)

Atleti will be absolutely exhausted after the shootout during the week against PSV and it means that Sporting have a real chance to take advantage. They can still drag themselves out of the five team dogfight down the bottom, but they need to start picking up some points soon. Atleti are missing their starting centre backs, against a well-rested Gijon? The home side are not going to lose, so back them draw no bet at

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