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Villarreal, Sevilla and Barcelona all to win at elevating 11/4

Go with Coral for another sensational Spanish special, involving all of odds-on favourites Villarreal, Sevilla and Barcelona to win their respective La Liga games at enhanced price of 11/4.

The Yellow Submarine welcome Rayo Vallecano, Unai Emery’s Red and Whites travel to newly-promoted fellow Andalusian club Cordoba and table-topping Catalan giants Barca hit the road to face basement side Levante.

Villarreal v Rayo Vallecano
Villarreal have five straight victories against win-less Vallecano, so it is no surprise they are odds-on favourites at 4/7 to beat them once more.

Last season saw the Yellow Submarine knock nine goals past them from their two La Liga head-to-heads, and you can back the hosts at 6/1 to score four or more again.

Striker Ikechukwu Uche has netted four times against Rayo last term, and is a 4/1 chance to get two or more, or 18/1 to hit another hat-trick, as he did in the away fixture.

Cordoba v Sevilla
These two sides have not met in recent history, with hosts Cordoba gaining promotion to the top flight via the play-offs last season after finishing in seventh place. They have still yet to record a victory this campaign.

Sevilla, who are undefeated in their three La Liga games this term so far, go into this Andalusia derby as 10/11 odds-on favourites to win. The Red and Whites go into this game on the back of three straight victories in all competitions, with the last two being to nil, so back them at 21/10 to do so without conceding again.

For goals, look to Colombian attacker Carlos Bacca, who has netted twice so far this term. He is 13/8 to score anytime, and 4/1 to net first.

Levante v Barcelona
La Liga leaders Barca have won all three of their opening games this term all to nil. They are heavily odds-on at 1/5 for victory again, and a more enticing 7/10 to do so without conceding.

Levante, meanwhile, are rock bottom of the table, having gained just one point. They have lost seven of their last eight meetings with the Catalan giants, with five of those conceding four goals or more. Luis Enrique’s side are, therefore, are 2/1 chances to score that many or higher.

Unsurprisingly, Lionel Messi has a great goal record against Levante, and is 11/8 to get two or more, and 15/8 to net last.