Constitution Day in Spain means punters are treated to a feast of football. Five Copa Del Rey games take place in four different time slots making it ideal for for those who want to tune in and see the action.
That's where bet365 come in. Any UK player with a funded or active account can watch and bet on any of the games. If there is a positive account balance, or a bet has been placed in the last 24 hours then this functionality will be made available. Punters can tune in via desktop, mobile or table so there are plenty of ways to get involved.
The live pictures kick in on the match page shortly before the respective games kick-off with the first match seeing Levante host Lugo at 11am GMT.
From there, it's nearly non-stop football with the jewel in the footballing crown being Real Madrid's clash with Melilla at 15:15 GMT. Our Spanish tipster Phil Kitromilides has previewed the game here for those who are looking for some advice on how to approach the match from a punting perspective.
A pair of 17:30 kick offs see Eibar face Sporting Gijon while Huesca host an Athletic Club side that are in desperate need of a positive result after a dire start to the La Liga season.
Finally, Real Betis welcome Racing Santander at 19:45 to complete what is a jam-packed day of action across Spain.
Fans of La Liga can also see every league game on the watch and bet service with bet365 this season. On top of that there's every Ligue 1, Bundesliga and Serie A clash too, meaning it's an ideal foil for those who want to take in top level European football.
Crucially for those in the UK, the broadcast blackout rules currently stop any operator from showing live football between the hours of 14:45 and 17:15 on a Saturday afternoon. That isn't the case with this service though, allowing users to take in the full slate of matches regardless of their kick-off time.
This weekend's highlights include Juventus taking on Inter on Friday night. Saturday's stacked coupon includes Espanyol v Barcelona, Valencia v Sevilla and Schalke hosting Borussia Dortmund.