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GRANADA V ESPANYOL
Granada come into this game off the back of six straight defeats at home, and haven't won a game in 12 games home and away. Espanyol have been a bit hit and miss this season but still, have the chance to finish 8th if they win this game. I think they will win this one, and comfortably.
SPORTING GIJON V REAL BETIS
Sporting Gijon havent had the season they would have been looking for and are now on the verge of being relegated from La Liga. To have any chance of survival, they need to win this game and by a lot of goals. Real Betis will look to finish the season strong, but winning just one away game in seven, I think they'll struggle.
DEPORTIVO LA CORUNA V LAS PALMAS
Deportivo look as if they will be safe for another season unless they get thumped and Sporting Gijon go on to win big. Deportivo will not be happy with how the season has gone and will want to improve massively next season. Las Palmas have won once in 21 away games coming into this, showing where their biggest flaw lays.
LEGANES V CD ALAVES
Leganes would have been happy to stay in the league this season, and they have done is quite comfortably in the end. Improvements still need to be made, but that will come. Alaves come into this one without a defeat in six, drawing two and winning four. Another win in this one would finish the season very, very well.
SEVILLA V OSASUNA
Sevilla's home form is quite remarkable and has been for some time. They have had a great season and currently sit fourth in the table. Not much more could have been done with this side. It's been a great season. Osasuna have been relegated from La Liga and there away form has been largely down to that. I can't see them getting anything from this game.
ATLETICO MADRID V ATHLETIC BILBAO
This will be Atletico Madrid's last game at the Estadio Vicente Calderon meaning they will want to go out on a high. They have made it into a fortress this season and I see them winning this one easily. However, you can't write Bilbao off, they have been on very good form of late and will come into this one with confidence.
CELTA VIGO V REAL SOCIEDAD
Celta Vigo have been on very poor form for a while now and don't look as if they will pick it up again in this one. They will really need to improve it next season. Real Sociedad haven't lost a game in five and are looking a good side. I think they will get something from this game and finish the season strong.
VALENCIA V VILLARREAL
Valencia have looked very good at home of late, losing just one game in nine. They will look to finish the season with a flourish. Villarreal are also in great form which shapes this game up to be a thriller. If anything in this one, I can see there being goals.
BARCELONA V EIBAR
Barcelona need to win this game to give themselves a chance of winning the league. They are three points behind Real, meaning they also need them to lose. Barca's goal difference is miles better, so if that was the case then they would win. Eibar will try and spoil the party, but I can't see it happening.
MALAGA V REAL MADRID
Malaga have been putting together some good form of late and will need to be at the top of their game to get anything. Real Madrid need a draw minimum and they will be the Champions of Spain this season. I can't see Malaga being good enough to stop this aggressive looking Real side.