La Liga fans are in for a treat after the upcoming international break, with all of the top sides involved in some potentially cracking matches during the course of September.
The standout game when the teams return to action on September 14 is the clash at the Nou Camp between Barcelona and Valencia.
Barca were beaten by Athletic Bilbao on the opening weekend, but bounced back with an emphatic victory over Real Betis.
Valencia made an indifferent start to the new campaign, drawing with Real Sociedad before being beaten narrowly at Celta Vigo.
The two sides drew both league meetings last term, but Barca are big favourites with BetEasy to win the game and are strongly fancied to come out on top.
Real Madrid are also in action on the same day as they host Levante. Zinedine Zidane’s side made a solid start to the new season and should pick up three points from this one.
Atletico Madrid and Sevilla face difficult looking away trips on the same weekend as they travel to face Sociedad and Alaves respectively.
The following weekend sees Barca travel to face newly-promoted Granada. They triumphed 4-1 on their last visit to the Nuevo Estadio de Los Carmenes back in 2017 and should prove too classy once again.
Atletico will fancy their chances of picking up a home win against Celta Vigo on the same day, while Valencia should come out on top when they host Leganes on September 22.
However, the game of the weekend is undoubtedly the clash between Sevilla and Madrid at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.
Sevilla triumphed 3-0 in the corresponding fixture back in September 2018 and could repeat the trick after making a strong start to the new season.
The teams quickly return to action during the following midweek and all of the big guns look primed to pick up victories.
Barca and Madrid should beat Villarreal and Osasuna respectively, while Atletico and Sevilla can record wins at Real Mallorca and Eibar.
Sevilla and Barca also look good for victories on the final weekend of the month, with the former facing Sociedad while the reigning champions travel to Getafe.
The Madrid derby will overshadow all the other fixtures that weekend and Atletico will be gunning for revenge after collecting just one point from their two meetings with their big rivals last season.
Diego Simeone’s side lost 3-1 in a bad-tempered clash on home soil back in February, but could be a good bet to turn the tables in their latest battle.