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Thursday's La Liga predictions including Almeria vs. Barcelona

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's La Liga fixtures, including Almeria vs. Barcelona.


Las Palmas vs. Betis (Thursday, 6.30pm)

Real Betis' Cedric Bakambu celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates on February 22, 2024© Reuters

Real Betis will have the chance to secure European qualification when they travel to Gran Canaria for Thursday's La Liga clash with Las Palmas.

Having collected 55 points from 35 matches, the Andalusian side currently reside in sixth spot, while the hosts are down in 14th place with 37 points to their name.

We say: Las Palmas 0-2 Real Betis


Las Palmas will be bereft of confidence following an eight-game losing run, and we think that their struggles will be exploited by a Betis side who will be full of belief after winning four of their previous five matches, including their last two away trips.

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Almeria vs. Barcelona (Thursday, 8.30pm)

Barcelona players celebrate after Andreas Christensen scores their first goal on May 4, 2024© Reuters

Barcelona will look to back up Monday's win over Real Sociedad when they travel to the Power Horse Stadium for Thursday's clash with relegated Almeria.

The Catalan giants head into the contest in second position, while the hosts are languishing at the foot of the table.

We say: Almeria 1-3 Barcelona


Having scored in each of their last five matches, Almeria may fancy their chances of breaching Barcelona's backline in Thursday's contest.

However, even if the hosts get on the scoresheet, we still expect the visitors to create enough opportunities to claim a routine win over the league's basement side.

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> How Barcelona could line up against Almeria

> Gundogan, De Jong - Barcelona injury and suspension news for Almeria clash


Real Sociedad vs. Valencia (Thursday, 9.00pm)

Real Sociedad's Mikel Oyarzabal celebrates scoring their first goal with Takefusa Kubo on February 27, 2024© Reuters

Real Sociedad will look to bounce back from a defeat to Barcelona when they welcome Valencia to the Reale Arena for Thursday's La Liga contest.

The hosts begin matchday 36 in seventh place in the league table, while Los Che are six points further back in eighth position.

We say: Real Sociedad 1-1 Valencia


Both teams will be desperate to claim all three points to aid their respective European bids, but Real Sociedad and Valencia have played out draws in their last two meetings at the Reale Arena, and we think they could produce another drawn scoreline in Thursday's contest.

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