Barcelona vs. Getafe (Sunday, 4.00pm)
Ronald Koeman's men started the new La Liga season with a victory over Real Sociedad before drawing with Athletic Bilbao last Saturday, while their visitors have lost both of their opening two games.
We say: Barcelona 3-1 Getafe
Given their long injury list, Barcelona certainly look vulnerable coming into Sunday's game, but we still see the Blaugrana getting over the line.
Griezmann, Depay and Braithwaite have looked dangerous so far and have a point to prove in the absence of Lionel Messi, and we back the trio to cause plenty of problems and inspire Koeman's men to victory.
Cadiz vs. Osasuna (Sunday, 6.30pm)
The visitors have played out goalless draws with Espanyol and Celta Vigo, while their hosts have picked up commendable draws with Levante and Real Betis.
We say: Cadiz 1-1 Osasuna
Having both drawn their opening two games, we see the most likely outcome being another draw on Sunday, between two sides who have shown themselves to be stubborn.
In what is bound to be a low-scoring affair, we do not see either team getting the edge, instead predicting each to add another point to their tally in a cagey encounter.
Rayo Vallecano vs. Granada (Sunday, 6.30pm)
Having started with consecutive defeats, the hosts have immediately sunk to the foot of the La Liga table, although that could quickly change, while their visitors arrive on the back of two draws from their opening matches.
We say: Rayo Vallecano 0-1 Granada
While Rayo Vallecano made major improvements for the second league game, limiting a strong Real Sociedad outfit to very few chances, we do not see them springing a surprise on Sunday.
Granada boast the stronger of the two squads, and the hosts have failed to threaten going forward so far, meaning one goal for Moreno's side could make the difference if they can break through a resilient back line.
Atletico vs. Villarreal (Sunday, 9.00pm)
Diego Simeone's men have already seen off Celta Vigo and Elche to move to the top end of the La Liga table, while their visitors have had a relatively slow start and will look for their first league win of the season on Sunday.
We say: Atletico Madrid 1-0 Villarreal
While Villarreal are yet to be broken down this season, we think Atletico Madrid have enough to get a crucial goal to seal their third straight win.
Emery's men will struggle to threaten Simeone's strong back line, and Los Colchoneros should have enough chances to work their way through the Yellow Submarine lines, with one goal likely making the difference.