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Week 28 19 Mar 2017
Alaves1 - 0Real Sociedad
Athletic Bilbao1 - 2Real Madrid
Atletico Madrid3 - 1Sevilla
Barcelona4 - 2Valencia
Deportivo0 - 1Celta Vigo
Eibar1 - 1Espanyol
Las Palmas1 - 0Villarreal
Leganes0 - 0Malaga
Real Betis2 - 0Osasuna
Sporting Gijon3 - 1Granada
FIXTURES
Week 29 02 Apr 2017
Celta Vigo-Las Palmas
Espanyol-Real Betis
Granada-Barcelona
Malaga-Atletico Madrid
Osasuna-Athletic Bilbao
Real Madrid-Alaves
Real Sociedad-Leganes
Sevilla-Sporting Gijon
Valencia-Deportivo
Villarreal-Eibar
An action-packed Basque derby on Saturday saw 10-man Real Sociedad fall 1-0 to Alaves, putting their Champions League aspirations in grave doubt.
Real Madrid provisionally opened a five-point lead atop La Liga with a narrow 2-1 victory over Athletic Bilbao on Saturday.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone believes this has been his ‘most difficult’ season at the club but praised his side for reinventing themselves.
Barcelona cut their deficit on Real Madrid in La Liga back to two points with a hard-fought 4-2 victory over 10-man Valencia on Sunday.
Iago Aspas netted his 15th La Liga goal of the season to give Celta Vigo the spoils in Sunday’s Galician derby clash at the Riazor.
Oscar Duarte’s horror knee injury overshadowed a 1-1 draw at Ipurua on Saturday, which did little for Eibar or Espanyol.
Las Palmas beat Villarreal 1-0 on Friday to leave the Yellow Submarine’s hopes of Champions League qualification in tatters.
Malaga’s winless run on the road in La Liga has now stretched to over a year but they earned a valuable point in a tense clash at Leganes.
Real Betis all-but-confirmed their place in La Liga next season with a 2-0 win against Segunda-bound Osasuna on Saturday.
Three goals in the space of seven minutes saw Sporting Gijon defeat Granada and reignite their push for survival in La Liga.
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