Sevilla vs. Valencia (Wednesday, 6.00pm)
Their chances took a huge knock when they were held to a 2-2 draw by Real Madrid last time out, while the visitors picked up their first victory in seven league games last time out to move them up to 13th spot in the La Liga table.
We say: Sevilla 1-1 Valencia
Sevilla have hit a slightly tougher patch in the last two weeks, while Valencia have looked refreshed under the new management of Voro, and we see the sides sharing the points as a result.
Los Che will be desperate not to finish the season in the same manner that they played in for the majority of the campaign, and we see them stepping up to pick up a solid result on the road on Wednesday against a Sevilla side who will be dejected following Real Madrid's last-gasp equaliser last time out.
Huesca vs. Athletic Bilbao (Wednesday, 7.00pm)
A run of four defeats from their last five games has seen Pacheta's side drop back into the relegation zone, while the visitors will look to stretch their unbeaten run to 10 games in the top flight.
We say: Huesca 1-1 Athletic Bilbao
Athletic Bilbao definitely come into the game in far better form than their opponents, but we see Huesca's need for a result giving them the encouragement to take a share of the spoils on Wednesday.
The visitors should dominate the encounter, but Huesca have the attacking quality in Rafa Mir to grab a crucial goal.
Celta Vigo vs. Getafe (Wednesday, 7.00pm)
An upturn in form has seen the hosts rise up to eighth spot in the La Liga table, while the visitors go in search of a victory to all but confirm their survival.
We say: Celta Vigo 2-0 Getafe
Even with a long injury list, the hosts come into this game in a far better run of form than their opponents, and we see that continuing with a fourth straight league victory on Wednesday.
Los Celestes will know that they have to win all three of their remaining games to stand any chance of securing sixth spot, and that should provide enough encouragement to see them over the line on home turf.
Atletico vs. Real Sociedad (Wednesday, 9.00pm)
A goalless draw with title rivals Barcelona last time out saw Diego Simeone's side maintain their position at the top of the La Liga table, with a two-point lead over Real Madrid and Barcelona with nine points left to play for.
We say: Atletico Madrid 2-0 Real Sociedad
Despite their recent lack of consistency and Real Sociedad's impressive run of form, we see Los Colchoneros rallying to pick up a crucial victory on home turf.
The title remains in their hands, and they will be desperate to win their last three games to seal that, starting with the toughest task on Wednesday.