The La Liga table has an unusual feel to it with Sevilla sitting at the top of the pile and Alaves in fourth spot.
But, will they still be there come the end of weekend or will it be normality resumed?
We take a look to see who’s playing who and pick out the best games you won’t want to miss.
Alaves v Sevilla
We may as well start at the top as fourth plays first in the most unusual top of the table clash.
Alaves have been in sublime form this season but did lose to Leganes last Friday meaning perhaps momentum is dwindling.
This is a contest Sevilla would normally look at as a certain three-points and after three wins in their last four, should come away with their lead at the top of the table.
Real Madrid v Valencia
The Bats are so up and down at the minute it makes them impossible to predict.
A miserable start has suddenly improved after back to back wins has remarkable moved them to just three points behind Real Madrid as Santiago Solari’s reign got off to the worst possible start with a 3-0 stuffing at Eibar.
This game is arguably the hardest game of all to call but with home advantage surely Real can’t balls up again! Can they?
Levante v Athletic Bilbao
A hugely important game for Bilbao manager Eduardo Berizzo who has failed to get his side firing since taking over in the summer.
Currently in the relegation zone, Athletic head to face a Levante side who will be down bat after failing to beat a Huesca side who were reduced to ten men last time out.
However, at least they are in the top ten as defeat for Bilbao could mean the end for Berizzo.
Barcelona v Villarreal
Only a win will do for a stuttering Barcelona side who have picked up just one point from their last two games.
Things are no better for their opponents Villarreal who sit sixteenth in the table with just three wins to their name all season.
However, one of those came last time out against Barca conquerors Real Betis so technically that makes Villarreal better than Barcelona! Right?
Nope, we still back Barca for the win as they wouldn’t lose two in a row at home.