Espanyol v Getafe
Getafe held on to fourth place in La Liga despite a 2-0 defeat at home to Leganes on Saturday and they can bounce back with a victory over Espanyol at the RCDE Stadium.
Reaching the Champions League would be a massive achievement for Getafe and it is understandable they are feeling the pressure from time to time.
Losing to Leganes was a blow but they had gone into the game on a seven-match unbeaten run and there is no need for manager Jose Bordalas to push the panic button.
His team have not sustained back-to-back league defeats all season and the Espanyol game looks a good opportunity for them to return to winning ways.
Espanyol made a flying start to the season and rose to second after a 1-0 victory at home to Athletic Bilbao in November.
But the Blue Budgies have been on the slide over the last five months, collecting just 13 points from 18 league games.
First choice centre-back David Lopez and on-loan Benfica striker Facundo Ferreyra are injured and Espanyol may be carrying a few tired legs and minds after battling hard for no reward in a 2-0 loss to rivals Barcelona at Camp Nou on Saturday.
That result leaves them six points above the drop zone with nine games to go.
It is likely they will survive, extending a run of 24 consecutive seasons in the Spanish top flight, but there will be a few nerves in the camp and the stress levels could be ratcheted up by Getafe, who appear overpriced at odds-against with the draw no bet.
Getafe draw no bet
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