LA LIGA restarted with the Sevilla derby on Thursday but the big guns are in action this weekend.
There is a proper title battle in Spain with Barcelona two points ahead of Real Madrid with 11 games to go.
Sevilla, who beat Real Betis 2-0 on Thursday, are eight points adrift so it's a two-way fight to the finish.
Barcelona entered lockdown in better shape, winning five of their last six, and they start again at Mallorca on Saturday night.
Luis Suarez's return to fitness is a boost for the defending champions but Lionel Messi is an injury doubt.
Barca thumped the islanders 5-2 at home in December are no bigger than 3-10 at SkyBet to win and that's fine for an acca.
The visitors have conceded in their last nine away so Barca and both to score has a chance at 13-8 with Betfred.
Last season the champs won 4-2 in Mallorca and four of the last five meetings have gone over 4.5 goals.
So there could be plenty of goals again and over 3.5 pays 6-5 at BetVictor.
With Suarez looking for a return and Messi doubtful, the only certain starter up top is Antoine Griezmann who is 5-1 at bet365 to score first.
Real Madrid will be hoping a Barca slip allows them to go top tomorrow. Los Blancos have the easier run-in and will be full of confidence after winning 2-0 at Barca pre-lockdown.
However, that was their only victory in five to they can't take it easy at home to Eibar tomorrow. Eibar sit just two points above the drop zone and are as big as 12-1 with Ladbrokes with Real no bigger than 2-9 at bet365.
Like Barca, Zinedine Zidane's men are struggling to keep clean sheets with just two in their last six at home – ironically against Atletico Madrid and Barcelona.
Saturday's four games have staggered kick-offs and first up it's Espanyol v Alaves at 12 noon.
Espanyol sit rock bottom and have won just one of their home matches. Alaves have a poor record here but should avoid defeat at 3-4 with 888sport.
Next at 4pm it's Celta Vigo v Villarreal and both teams went into lockdown in poor form.
Celta drew 0-0 back-to-back with Getafe and Gimnastic while Villarreal lost three in a row.
Vigo will fancy their chances here and are a best 6-4 at bet365 although you could take less risk with draw no bet at 10-11 with McBookie.
Before the Barcelona game we have Leganes v Valladolid with both sides fighting for survival.
These teams have 19 draws between them this season and another pays 2-1 at bet365.
Leganes' favourite scoreline has been 1-1 – five times – and another pays 11-2 at BetVictor.
Sunday's other big game features Athletic Bilbao v Atletico Madrid as both try for a return to form.
Bilbao have fallen to 10th after three defeats in five and at home have netted just 15 goals in 13 games.
Atletico are out of the top four and down to sixth after winning just one in four.
Diego Simeone's men, who knocked holders Liverpool out of the Champions League just before lockdown, remain defensively tough though with 11 clean sheets and they can edge a low scorer.
In the other game on Sunday I fancy Champions League-chasing Real Sociedad, with four wins in five, at 3-4 with betfair at home to Osasuna.
My Saturday top tips will be on the main thread.