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La Liga Saturday Accumulator: Barca to extend lead in Spanish 13/1 four-fold

There are four La Liga matches taking place on Saturday with Barcelona looking likely to extend their advantage at the top of the table as they face a trip to bottom side Elche.

La Blaugrana are well on course to reclaim the La Liga title they last won in 2019 and are currently 12 points clear of last year's winners and closest rivals Real Madrid.

Xavi's men have lost only twice this season and travel to play an Elche side who have only won twice - and are 14 points off safety.

Sevilla have struggled this season and although they are 14th, they still remain only two points above the drop zone ahead of their match at Cadiz.

Athletic Bilbao are hoping to break into the European places once more this season as they face Getafe at home while Espanyol take on Girona.

Saturday's 13/1 La Liga four-fold prediction

Barcelona to beat Elche @ 1/3 

Cadiz to beat Sevilla @ 12/5 

Athletic Bilbao to beat Getafe @ 4/7 

Girona to beat Espanyol @ 10/11 

All odds correct at time of writing and subject to change

Barca set for easy win

WhatElche v Barcelona
WhereEstadio Manuel Martínez Valero, Elche
When20:00, Saturday 1st April, 2023
How to watchbet365 live Sports Streaming, Viaplay, and La Liga TV
OddsElche 8/1, Draw 4/1, Barcelona 1/3

It would take an almighty collapse right now for Barcelona not to win the La Liga title - with 12 games to go they are 12 points ahead of Real Madrid and have been rock solid this season.

They have still conceded only nine goals all campaign heading into April and Xavi has worked wonders with a team for whom there were big questions over at the start of the season.

Even after losing to Almeria last month - only their second loss of the season - they have responded in fine fashion with three straight wins, including a last-minute El Clasico triumph against Real.

Now, they are back to a more routine contest and Elche may be fearful of what's to come ahead of this one.

They look near certs for relegation and although their two league wins this season have come in the past seven games, Barca represent a huge step up - one that will be much too difficult for them.

Sevilla's struggles away from home to carry on

WhatCadiz v Sevilla
WhereEstadio Nuevo Mirandilla, Cadiz
When17:30, Saturday 1st April, 2023
How to watchbet365 live Sports Streaming, Viaplay, and La Liga TV
OddsCadiz 12/5, Draw 21/10, Sevilla 13/10

Sevilla have been a staple of European football for the past decade but right now, they need to fend off the very credible threat of relegation following a disastrous season.

They are 14th with just 28 points on the board and only two above the bottom three. Poor away form has contributed to their season of misery with just two wins all season, the last coming in the middle of October.

Jorge Sampaoli left the club during the international break and he has been replaced by José Luis Mendilibar, whose task is self-explanatory.

They go to Cadiz who are level on points but beneath them on goal difference. However, they have proven very tough to beat on their own patch all season.

After losing each of their first three home games, they have remained unbeaten in ten, stopping the likes of Atletico Madrid, Real Betis, and Villarreal.

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Bilbao set to prolong unbeaten run against Getafe

WhatAthletic Bilbao v Getafe
WhereSan Mamés, Bilbao
When15:15, Saturday 1st April, 2023
How to watchbet365 live Sports Streaming and La Liga TV
OddsAthletic Bilbao 4/7, Draw 14/5, Getafe 11/2

Athletic Bilbao lie seventh in the table, five points off Villarreal and the last European spot available. Their recent form has been fairly indifferent, culminating in only three wins from their past 12 games.

Getafe's form has been okay by comparison, losing only one of their last six matches. Despite that promising form, they are a team who struggle on the road, not winning any of their last six since a 1-0 Halloween result against bottom side Elche.

They are also winless in their last five meetings with Bilbao stretching back to February 2020.

Girona to add to Espanyol problems

WhatGirona v Espanyol
WhereEstadi Montilivi, Girona
When13:00, Saturday 1st April, 2023
How to watchbet365 live Sports Streaming, Viaplay, and La Liga TV
OddsGirona 10/11, Draw 23/10, Espanyol 10/3

Sitting 17th in the La Liga standings, Espanyol are another team who are nervously looking over their shoulders as the season reaches its climax.

They are above 18th place Valencia by one point and have lost three games on the spin.

Conversely, Girona are looking relatively safe in mid-table. They have scored more goals than any other team in La Liga's bottom half and have picked up ten points from their last seven games, keeping themselves far enough from the relegation zone to feel fairly comfortable. 

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