Titles on the line in our predicta competition

Plainmoor’s Torbay Weekly Stand

Plainmoor’s Torbay Weekly Stand - Credit: Archant

The season is heating up in divisions across Europe and we have six belters for the Torbay Weekly predicta competition. 
In the National League, Torquay United host Bromley in a massive game at Plainmoor, while title rivals Hartlepool and Sutton are also playing on home turf. 
The Premier League lunchtime fixture will take a new-look free-flowing Tottenham to the ultimate entertainers of Leeds United. After a superb Gareth Bale hat-trick last weekend, it will be interesting to see if the Welsh wizard can maintain that form. 
Champions-elect Manchester City welcome a very impressive Chelsea side to the Etihad and two teams that will undoubtedly challenge for the title next year. 
Our final game takes in the thrilling title race in Spain’s La Liga, where Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are separated by just two points with four games remaining. 
If Barcelona can beat Atletico on Saturday, it not only improves their chances but also opens the door for arch-rivals Real – fascinating! 
Can you beat our chief sportswriter Dave Thomas?  
LEEDS UNITED v SPURS - Spurs win 2-1 
Spurs have their 'mojo' back a bit since Jose left and Leeds might have had their fun for this season. 
MANCHESTER CITY v CHELSEA - City win 2-0 
A right set-to after midweek Champions League semis for both teams, but City are on a multi-mission. 
BARCELONA v ATLETICO MADRID - A draw 1-1 
Even with all their firepower, Barca will have a job to enjoy themselves against Atletico's table-toppers. 
TORQUAY UTD v BROMLEY - Gulls win 3-2 
With Bromley still in Play-Off contention, this could turn into a ding-dong affair, but don't bet against United. 
HARTLEPOOL UTD v MAIDENHEAD UTD - Pools win 3-2 
Maidenhead are dangerous on their day, Pools under increasing pressure, so expect goals here. 
SUTTON UTD v WEYMOUTH - Sutton win 2-1 
This might not be the forecast Sutton breeze - with no relegation worries Weymouth still up for a scrap. 
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