With just two rounds of matches to go in the Spanish league, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid all are in the fray to be crowned the champions when the last rounds of games are played on Sunday, 15th May.
The reigning Spanish and European champions Barcelona have been drawn to face the 2014 Champions League finalists Atletico Madrid. With the evidence of their European as well as league campaigns this season a case can be made that the two sides are the strongest in Europe.
Last weekend of La Liga action saw top of the table clash between Barcelona and Atletico Madrid at the Camp Nou. The match had the makings of a cracker and it certainly lived up to the expectations – at least until the half time whistle.
Atletico Madrid have leapfrogged Barcelona to take the top spot in the La Liga table. Luis Enrique’s men dropped points in the Catalan derby at the weekend but the treble winners still have a game in hand.
Atletico Madrid have closed the gap at the top of the table as Barcelona failed to register their 12th win of the season against Deportivo La Coruna on Saturday. Rafa Benitez’s Real Madrid were unable to capitalize
Real Madrid ended their group stage campaign in style. The Spanish giants defeated Malmo 8 – 0 and finished as Group A leaders with 16 points. The 2014 Champions League winners won all their matches in the group stage except
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