Espanyol vs. Alaves (Wednesday, 6.30pm)
The visitors now prop up the La Liga table after four straight defeats, while their newly-promoted hosts sit just two points better off, having also failed to win.
We say: Espanyol 1-1 Alaves
While we do not back them to win on away turf, we see Wednesday being the day that Alaves put their first point on the board.
Espanyol have not been convincing so far, and could struggle to put the visitors to the sword, leading us to believe that this will end level.
Sevilla vs. Valencia (Wednesday, 6.30pm)
The hosts sit in sixth spot with eight points from their opening four games, while their visitors occupy third place and were handed their first defeat of the season last time out.
We say: Sevilla 1-1 Valencia
Both sides boast quality all over the pitch, and have enjoyed strong starts to the season, and we do not see either team outclassing the other on Wednesday.
Having only conceded a combined tally of five goals in the league so far, we do not expect this to be an overly open affair, and instead opt for a low-scoring draw.
Villarreal vs. Elche (Wednesday, 9.00pm)
The visitors have only managed to secure one win in the league themselves, but they do head into the fixture on the back of a three-game unbeaten streak.
We say: Villarreal 0-0 Elche
This fixture sees two of the lowest scoring teams in the league come together, and with neither in brilliant form, a goalless draw could easily be the outcome.
Villarreal are missing their biggest attacking threat in Gerard Moreno, and that is a huge blow for them, while the visitors will be pleased to take a point away from the Yellow Submarine.
Real Madrid vs. Mallorca (Wednesday, 9.00pm)
Having not lost any of their opening five games, Carlo Ancelotti's side sit at the summit of the La Liga table, while their opponents have adjusted well to life back in the top flight, currently occupying eighth spot with eight points.
We say: Real Madrid 3-1 Mallorca
While Los Blancos are not always entirely convincing at the back, the form of Vinicius Junior and Benzema has led to impressive success at the top end of the pitch this season, and we see them overpowering the visitors on Wednesday.