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Barcelona face another serious question of their credentials this weekend as they travel to high-flying Sevilla. Real Madrid have a contrasting task in hosting lowly Leganes, while Atletico Madrid and Villarreal will look to keep pace as they also attempt to avoid upsets.Sevilla v Barcelona (Sunday, 7.45pm, Sky Sports 1HD) The La Liga champions travel to Andalucia on the back of a 3-1 defeat to Manchester City, having had their defensive vulnerabilities exposed by Pep Guardiolas side, but in retrospect they had it coming.Their form had looked questionable, with a last-gasp winner at struggling Valencia followed by a narrow 1-0 win against bottom club Granada at the Nou Camp.The absence of key trio Andres Iniesta, Jordi Alba and Gerard Pique has hit Barca hard, and Luis Enrique will be desperate to have the latter duo back for what could be a crucial clash. Samir Nasri has impressed since joining Sevilla on loan Their hosts have arguably been the over-performers of the season, sitting third after losing just one of their first 10 games and claiming the significant scalp of Atletico Madrid a fortnight ago.That was an extension of some formidable form at home, with maximum points claimed in 19 of their last 22 matches at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, including a 100 per cent record this season. Football Score Centre app Sky Sports customers can watch Premier League goals and highlights every weekend at no extra cost. The arrival of Samir Nasri has had a huge impact and provided the quality to go with the intense pressing style that manager Jorge Sampaoli has imposed on his new side.Despite all of the above, Barca are considered odds-on favourites with Sky Bet, who make Sevilla 19/5 to make it six wins from six at home and really announce themselves as genuine title contenders.Prediction: Sevilla to win and both teams to score - 6/1 with Sky Bet Sevilla vs Barcelona November 6, 2016, 7:30pm Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Real Madrid v Leganes (Sunday, 11am, Sky Sports 3HD)Much like their great rivals, significant question marks surround Real Madrid after 10 games, with defensive absentees also hampering them.Zinedine Zidanes men do, however, still sit top of La Liga and are unbeaten in all competitions, so talk of a crisis is some way off, but a failure to keep a clean sheet in any of their last 10 games is cause for concern.They had actually only conceded once in each of their four successive wins heading into the midweek Champions League action, but a 3-3 draw at Legia Warsaw has got alarm bells ringing. Legia Warsaw held Real Madrid to a 3-3 draw Some might point to the inclusion of back-up player Nacho in Pepe and Sergio Ramos absence, but Zidanes reluctance to protect his backline with a holding midfielder is perhaps the greater issue.The French legend started two strikers, Karim Benzema and Alvaro Morata, along with two attacking-midfielders and Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo in Poland. If theres an all-out attack button in real management then Zidane has had it switched on.However, Leganes hardly look poised to exploit any defensive vulnerabilities on Sunday, having lost their last three, conceding nine goals, and failing to score in their last two.Prediction: Real Madrid to win and over 4.5 goals - 5/6 with Sky Bet R Madrid vs Leganes November 6, 2016, 10:55am Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Elsewhere....Sundays second fixture promises to be an intriguing one, with two sides enduring contrasting fortunes meet at the Balaidos.Celta Vigo are proving to be Spains entertainers, with no less than four goals in each of their last six games in all competitions, while Valencia are showing signs of dragging themselves out of the mire under Cesare Prandelli.The other 3.15pm kick-off sees Athetic Bilbao travel to Espanyol, while Villarreal will look to bounce back from successive humiliating defeats to Eibar and Osmanlispor when they host Real Betis in the 5.30pm kick-off. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ￡6.99. No contract. Saturdays action predominantly involves showdowns between the leagues strugglers, although Real Sociedad versus Atletico Madrid both hold lofty aspirations.Interestingly, Diego Simeones tactics seem to have switched depending on location with his side proving more expansive at home and back to their stringent selves on the road, conceding just twice in seven trips.The days opening two clashes are likely to have significant say on the relegation battle as four of the bottom six are involved, while Las Palmas and Eibar will look to continue to punch above their weight in the late kick-off, having defied modest expectations to sit 10th and eighth respectively. Also See: Get Sky Sports La Liga video Fixtures Table Chad Henne Jersey . And like the near entirety of last season, Jonathan Bernier and Torontos goaltending tandem is up to the task. Paul Posluszny Jersey . And thats about it. 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The Lions will remain in first place in the division headed into the weekend, but they have left little room for error over their next three games, all of which will be played indoors. "Anytime its in your hands like that, you feel good about your opportunities," Lions coach Jim Schwartz said Monday. "I know this, the next three games we are not going to have to worry about eight inches of snow on the ground. We are not going to have to worry about 50 mph winds or anything else, but potentially in the future we still do." That would be the playoffs — if Detroit can figure out how to tilt the turnover ratio back to its favour. Detroit had a total of eight turnovers in losses against Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh, while failing to force one turnover in either game. The Lions then fumbled seven times and lost three to Philadelphia, which turned it over only once in the same conditions. "Id say the first half was probably more difficult than the second," quarterback Mattheww Stafford said.dddddddddddd "It was a little icier in the second, but its no excuse. We had opportunities to make plays and we didnt make them." The Lions went ahead 20-14 early in the fourth quarter against the Eagles after Jeremy Ross 98-yard kick return — his second score on special teams Sunday — before letting LeSean McCoy score a go-ahead touchdown on a 57-yard run and getting shut down on offence. After the game, some Lions said they were soft on defence. The next day, Schwartz disagreed with that assessment. "We missed a lot of tackles in that game and LeSean McCoy did a good job with the conditions and we didnt," Schwartz said. "I wouldnt put it on anything else. Players can characterize it any way they want, but when you say that word it becomes sort of an inflammatory word." Detroit took leads into the fourth quarter against the Buccaneers and Steelers before being held scoreless in the final quarters of both losses. Schwartz insisted the team is focused on looking ahead to the opportunity of winning the division title — for the first time since 1993 — and cant afford to look back. "You cant really worry about whats happened in the past," Schwartz said. "You have to keep your eyes focused on the future. It starts Monday night with the Ravens." NOTES: Schwartz said rookie CB Darius Slay had knee surgery last Friday and the team didnt put him on injured reserve, holding out hope he can return. ... 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