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After a huge European week our Spanish expert casts his eye on the title race

In the entire history of the European Cup/Champions League only one city has provided both of the finalists. Twice in two years now as both Madrid clubs navigated their way past tricky semi final second legs, Atleti in style, Real not so much.

I’ve tipped up some red-hot goalscorers in the video below.

{Editor’s note: Gareth Bale is no longer available for Real Madrid. Graham had already finished filming when this information came through, but we’ve limited his supply of sangria this weekend as punishment anyway}

Levante vs Atletico Madrid – Sunday 4pm- Live on

On paper, this should be an easy Atleti win. But when have football matches ever been won on paper? The history of the Colchoneros at Levante is not good.

The home side have already been relegated but only have two home defeats in 2016 – to Barcelona and Real Madrid. And Atelti haven’t won on their last five visits. But I think both streaks will be broken. Look towards Torres to open the scoring at in an Atleti victory.

Real Madrid vs Valencia – Sunday 4pm – Live on Sky Sports Xtra

Los Blancos were very lethargic on Wednesday evening against City. Any half decent side would’ve probably put them out of the competition. As it is, they’re heading to Milan on the 28th for another derby showdown.

They’ve been struggling, at least performance wise, in the league as well but should get back on track with this home game to Valencia. Valencia have drawn their last four in the Bernabeu, but the title race is too important for Madrid to lose.

Barcelona vs Espanyol – Sunday 4pm – Live on Sky Sports 2

Nothing like a fiery derby to finish off a title race right? Wrong. Barcelona will come out on top in this but expect plenty of work for the referee. Since 2013, in the eight meetings between Barca and Espanyol, there have been six red cards. They do not like each other.

While Espanyol are safe and having very little to play for, they’d love to derail Barca’s title charge with a bland draw. But I don’t think they will. A Barca win at home seems likely with Lionel Messi at decent odds of to open the scoring.

  • Messi, Bale and Torres all to score first is an astonishing 77/1 and you can get all of Paddy Power’s latest La Liga odds here

What do you think?