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Week 33 25 Apr 2015
AlmeriaPrevEibar
Atletico Madrid3 - 0Elche
Celta Vigo2 - 4Real Madrid
Cordoba0 - 1Athletic Bilbao
Espanyol0 - 2Barcelona
Getafe0 - 1Levante
Malaga1 - 1Deportivo
Real Sociedad0 - 0Villarreal
SevillaPrevRayo Vallecano
ValenciaPrevGranada
FIXTURES
Week 34 29 Apr 2015
Athletic Bilbao-Real Sociedad
Barcelona-Getafe
Celta Vigo-Malaga
Eibar-Sevilla
Elche-Deportivo
Granada-Espanyol
Levante-Cordoba
Rayo Vallecano-Valencia
Real Madrid-Almeria
Villarreal-Atletico Madrid
Gaizka Garitano admits he is ‘frustrated’ with his inability to repay the Eibar fans for their continued support ahead of Sunday’s encounter with Almeria.
Diego Simeone continued his defence of Atletico Madrid’s performance against Real Madrid in the wake of Saturday’s 3-0 victory over Elche.
Real Madrid took advantage of a clinical first-half display to run out 4-2 winners at Celta Vigo and remain two points behind Barcelona atop La Liga.
Ernesto Valverde congratulated his Athletic Bilbao players for a job well done following Friday’s 1-0 victory over Cordoba in La Liga.
An exhibition-like first half from Barcelona was enough as they held onto a 2-0 victory over Espanyol in Saturday’s Catalan derby, which saw Jordi Alba sent off.
Lucas Alcaraz hailed his Levante players for taking a big step towards survival following their 1-0 win at Getafe in La Liga on Saturday.
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Marcelino felt Villarreal “deserved more” from their goalless draw with Real Sociedad in La Liga on Saturday.
Unai Emery has warned Sevilla that Rayo Vallecano can spring a surprise at the Sanchez Pizjuan on Sunday if they do not play as a team.
Nuno Santo has admitted that Valencia are ‘anxious’ to collect points ahead of Monday’s match against Granada in La Liga.
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