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Spain’s top three all kept up the pace in the race for La Liga supremacy and had their star men to thank, writes Frank Tigani.
Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak is close to producing the best statistical season for a goalkeeper in La Liga history, explains Javier J. Hernandez.
Although it seemed doubtful at one point, Real Betis are now all-but-safe and credit must be given to their former player-turned-Coach Juan Merino, writes Edin Halilovic.
Mikel San Jose’s versatility and quality makes him a good bet to travel to France as a squad player for La Roja, writes Frank Tigani.
Luke Taylor looks at the achievements of Celta Vigo, who will be playing European football next season.
Dave Redshaw feels that Oscar de Marcos’ form this season may not be enough to earn him a place in France. 
Liverpool must be wary of a Villarreal side that is one of the most dangerous in years, cautions Euan McTear.
The epitome of consistency and poise, Sergio Busquets’ place in the Spain XI at Euro 2016 is among the most secure, writes Livio Caferoglu.
Atletico Madrid are more ready than ever for an opponent of Bayern Munich’s stature, Mark Sochon writes.
An injury interrupted season is unlikely to prevent David Silva from boarding the plane to France, Andrew Tuft writes.
Villarreal are enjoying a fine season in La Liga and the Europa League, but resurgent Liverpool are favourites for the semi-final…
The goals are flowing again for Barcelona, who end their slump at just the right time, writes Frank Tigani.
Vitolo is in the frame to be selected for Spain ahead of Euro 2016. Mike Barnes considers whether the Sevilla attacker has done enough to secure a place in the tournament in France.
Rayo Vallecano have lost just one of their last six games and could well extend their stay in La Liga on their current path, argues Edin Halilovic.
Hector Bellerin’s rapid rise to prominence at Arsenal should see him make Spain’s right-back berth his own one day – just not today, writes Daryl Hammond.
Despite being one of Arsenal’s most consistent performers, Nacho Monreal is unlikely to be on the plane to France, Jared Tinslay writes.
With Real Madrid suddenly in with a shout of a League and European cup double, Luke Taylor believes Zinedine Zidane has earned another season at the helm.
Dani Carvajal was in contention for a World Cup spot when Real Madrid won La Decima. Javier J Hernandez believes a similar success could mean a ticket to France.
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