Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona will be hoping to wrap up their third successive league title by claiming just one point on Wednesday night.
They travel to Estadio Ciudad de Valencia to take on a Levante side who were promoted to La Liga this season.
The Catalan giants have not lost to Levante since 2004 and will be confident of keeping their good run intact. Punters can get odds of 3/10 on a Barca win.
With the returns from betting on Barcelona in the win-draw-win market reasonably small, betting fans could be tempted to try their luck on some of the other markets offered by bwin.
If Barca win their remaining three games, they will clock up 100 points, and they only need nine goals to also hit 100 for the campaign.
With the Catalans averaging 2.60 goals per game already this season, backing them to score three goals or more against Levante could prove to be a popular choice among punters. A £10 bet with bwin on this outcome returns £21.
And with such an array of attacking talent to choose from, the first goalscorer markets are also likely to offer punters rich returns.
A wager on the prolific Lionel Messi to score the first goal of the game would return £27.50 at odds of 7/4. The little Argentine has notched an impressive 31 league goals so far this season.
Other first scorer bets include David Villa at 2/1, Andres Iniesta at 6/1 and speedy Spanish winger Pedro at 7/2, meaning a £10 stake on each of these stars would return £30, £70 and £45 respectively if correct.
However, standing in their way is a Levante side who have enjoyed a successful return to La Liga. Sitting in 11th position, the Granotes have only lost twice in their last ten league matches.
A wager on Levante to record an unlikely win tomorrow will see betting fans collect £82.50 from a £10 bet.
But it is hard to look past the fact that away from home, the Catalans have slipped up only once in the league, losing surprisingly at Real Sociedad less than a fortnight ago.
Interestingly, a quick look at the stats shows that Levante have picked up significantly more yellow cards than their opponents this season, suggesting that they will be looking to disrupt Barca’s flow.
Punters could be tempted, therefore, to bet that the home side will collect more yellow cards during the game at 3/5, and they can also be backed to get the first yellow card of the match at the same odds.
A successful £10 bet on Barcelona to win 3-0 returns £80. New customers can register here to receive a £25 free bet.