Mallorca vs. Osasuna (Sunday, 1.00pm)
Both teams find themselves on eight points from the first six matches of the campaign and come into the game on the back of defeats in the midweek round of fixtures.
We say: Mallorca 1-1 Osasuna
With two sides squaring off after very similar starts, we cannot quite pick a winner, and expect them to cancel one another out to some extent.
While Mallorca's confidence may be hit by a thrashing last time out, we back them to rebound and avoid defeat on Sunday.
Barcelona vs. Levante (Sunday, 3.15pm)
The Catalan giants are currently down in seventh spot in the table, seven points behind leaders Real Madrid, while Levante occupy 16th, having picked up just four points from their opening six matches.
We say: Barcelona 2-1 Levante
Barcelona did not do enough to beat either Granada or Cadiz, but we think that they will just get over the line here. Levante are capable of making it a tricky contest for the Catalan outfit, but the superior quality in the home side's XI should just about shine through to secure an important three points.
Rayo Vallecano vs. Cadiz (Sunday, 5.30pm)
After both earning impressive results in midweek, Rayo Vallecano and Cadiz will square off on Sunday in La Liga action.
The hosts held Barcelona to a goalless draw, while their newly-promoted visitors made it back-to-back wins as they defeated Athletic Bilbao away from home.
We say: Rayo Vallecano 2-1 Cadiz
Rayo Vallecano have been impressive in recent weeks, while Cadiz have shown themselves to be hard to beat after an initial blip, making this an intriguing encounter.
Despite holding Barca last time out, we can see the visitors falling just short against a Los Vallecanos side full of confidence and attacking talent.
Real Sociedad vs. Elche (Sunday, 5.30pm)
The home side have collected 13 points from their opening six matches of the campaign to occupy third in the table, while Elche sit 15th with six points to show from as many games this term.
We say: Real Sociedad 2-1 Elche
Real Sociedad are still missing a host of key players, meaning that their squad is seriously stretched at the moment, and Elche should be the fresher of the two teams, having played on Wednesday rather than Thursday. That said, we are still expecting an in-form Real Sociedad side to record a narrow victory.
Real Betis vs. Getafe (Sunday, 8.00pm)
Michel's side have lost all six of their league fixtures this season to sit 19th in the table, while Betis occupy eighth, having picked up nine points from their opening six matches this term.
We say: Real Betis 1-0 Getafe
A full-strength Getafe are capable of giving any side in the league a tough examination, but the capital outfit will once again be missing some key players on Sunday, and we are therefore backing Betis to continue their impressive run of form with a narrow victory in Seville.