The La Liga title race will go down to the final round of matches this weekend, but whether things are in Barcelona's hands or Real Madrid's depends on what happens in Vigo on Wednesday evening. Victory for Madrid would leave them needing a point at Malaga on Sunday, while a draw in Vigo would see them crowned champions with a win at the latter.
However, a defeat for Los Blancos against Celta would leave Barcelona needing to beat Eibar at the Camp Nou to retain their crown, meaning Zinedine Zidane's men cannot afford a slip up at the Estadio Balaidos. dabblebet price a home win at 11/1 (12.00) while Madrid can be backed at 2/9 (1.22) and the draw is offered at 6/1 (7.00).
Had Celta made it through to the final of the Europa League, then there is little doubt that there focus who have been elsewhere, yet their narrow defeat by Manchester United means the Galicians will be motivated to try and put in a big performance in their final home game of the season to say thank you to their fans after an historic European run.
Of course, their league form has been extremely poor of late as the side prioritised Europe, and five straight league defeats have seen them drop to thirteenth position in the La Liga table. Madrid for their part have been exceptional on the road in recent weeks, winning seven successive league matches and scoring 26 goals in the process.
Their record breaking run of 62 consecutive games scoring should continue at Balaidos where Celta's defensive record is poor, although Madrid's only clean sheet on the road since November came at bottom side Granada.
The price of 21/20 (2.05) for an away win and both teams to score therefore looks tempting, with this bet paying out in six of Los Blancos' last seven league encounters away from the Bernabeu.