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La Liga Saturday Accumulator: Vinicius Junior rounds out 39/1 four-fold acca

Real Madrid top the bill in La Liga with their late game at Osasuna forming the last leg of a Saturday four-fold that, if successful, would pay out 39/1.

The Saturday card in Spain's top division kicks off at 13:00 in the Basque country with third-placed Real Sociedad welcoming strugglers Celta Vigo to San Sebastien.

Next up it's Real Betis versus Valladolid at 15:15 before Mallorca and Villarreal, two teams with European aspirations, clash in Palma at 17:30.

And finally Osasuna, stubbornly refusing to fall out of the chase for a Europa League place, will have their mettle well and truly tested by Real Madrid in Pamplona at 20:00.

Saturday four-fold acca:

Our four selections picked out make up an appealing accumulator at 39/1:

Draw or Celta Vigo Double Chance @ 19/20

Betis winning margin 1 goal @ 13/5

Mallorca to win @ 11/5

Vinicius Junior Anytime scorer @ 11/4

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change

Celta ready for Anoeta reward

WhatReal Sociedad v Celta Vigo
WhereAnoeta, San Sebastian
When13:00, Saturday 18th February
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights
OddsReal Sociedad 4/5, Draw 23/10, Celta Vigo 17/4

Celta Vigo have lost each of their last five showdowns with Real Sociedad, who are understandably 4/5 to make it six out of six at the Anoeta.

However, there are good grounds for believing Celta can get something from the trip east and that Sociedad are too short, with Draw or Celta Vigo Double Chance priced at 19/20.

Real are strong at home - they've won five of their last eight - but were beaten 1-0 by Valladolid in their last home game where David Silva was missed again. They've failed to win three of their last four in all competitions minus the ex-Manchester City schemer, who remains sidelined.

Unai Nunez returns from a ban to bolster Celta's defence and the Galicians had been going well with wins over Athletic and Betis before falling lucklessly 1-0 to Atletico.

And in nine-goal veteran Iago Aspas, the scorer of the winner when Celta last beat Sociedad, they boast a proper goal threat. He is 10/3 to score at anytime.

Hosts to edge out Valladolid

WhatReal Betis v Valladolid
WhereEstadio Benito Villamarin, Seville
When15:15, Saturday 18th February
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights
OddsReal Betis 3/5, Draw 11/4, Valladolid 11/2

Valladolid have suddenly stopped the bleeding as they head to Seville to take on Real Betis, which means the in-form hosts are going to have to work for a win.

Valladolid couldn't score a goal never mind find a win either side of the World Cup, losing five in a row without a goal.

However, their last three matches have produced a trio of clean sheets with 1-0 wins against Valencia and Sociedad before last weekend's 0-0 draw at Osasuna.

They are the league's joint-lowest scorers, whereas Betis have banged in six in their last two games and welcome back Luiz Felipe, William Carvalho and Nabil Fekir from bans.

Valladolid will make this hard for Betis and the value might be in the hosts nicking it by one goal at 13/5.

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San Moix suits Mallorca

WhatMallorca v Villarreal
WhereSon Moix, Palma de Mallorca
When17:30, Saturday 18th February
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights
OddsMallorca 11/5, Draw 2/1, Villarreal 29/20

Just three of Mallorca's 21 league games this season have produced over two goals, so expect a low-scorer against another drought specialist in Villarreal.

These are two of the bottom three in La Liga's overs/unders table and both teams have failed to score in each of their last 13 in all competitions, so both teams not to score is predictably skinny at 8/13.

Both clubs can claim to have beaten Real Madrid this season, Mallorca just a fortnight back, securing a fourth successive 1-0 home win.

The Son Moix is something of a fortress right now and the hosts are worth an 11/5 price to win against a Villarreal side who have lost three in a row.

Vinicius back to boost Real

WhatOsasuna v Real Madrid
WhereEl Sadar, Pamplona
When20:00, Saturday 18th February
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights
OddsOsasuna 10/3, Draw 13/5, Real Madrid 4/5

Real Madrid, already eight points adrift of Barcelona, can ill-afford to lose any more ground on the leaders.

This means victory at Osasuna is essential, though Carlo Ancelotti also has to keep one eye on Tuesday's trip to Liverpool in the Champions League.

Ancelotti will make changes - Toni Kroos and Karim Benzema are out, for example - and the Italian knows Saturday's opponents will be tougher than Elche, who they swept aside 4-0 a week ago. Osasuna have lost only one of their last six and conceded just three times in that period.

Seven-goal Vinicius Junior, rested after a ban, has bagged six in his last eight so gets an Anytime scorer nod at 11/4.

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