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Las Palmas welcome Alavés to the Gran Canaria stadium in the last La Liga match of the weekend.
Following their Europa League exploits in midweek, Celta Vigo welcome Andalusian side Real Betis to Galicia on Sunday afternoon.
Real Sociedad look to apply pressure on those above them fighting for European places as they welcome Deportivo to the Anoeta.
Villarreal welcome relegation threatened Leganés to the Estadio de la Cerámica in a match which could have an impact at either end of the table.
It’s time for the biggest El Clásico match in years as Real Madrid welcome bitter rivals Barcelona to the Bernabéu on Sunday evening.
Following their midweek Champions League exploits, Cholo Simeone takes his Atlético Madrid side to Catalonia to face Espanyol.
It’s the battle of the teams in the relegation zone as bottom of the table Osasuna welcome 18th place Sporting Gijón to Pamplona on Saturday afternoon.
Valencia travel to Andalusia to take on Málaga at the Rosaleda.
This is set to be one of the most dramatic matchdays of the La Liga season and it starts with the Andalusian derby as Sevilla welcome Granada.
The final match of this week’s La Liga fixtures will be at the Mendizorroza stadium as Alavés host Villarreal on Monday night.
With seven matches of the league season remaining, Granada welcome Celta to Andalusia in a match where they simply have to win in order to survive.
Eibar look to pile the pressure on those above them as they travel to Andalusia to take on Real Betis.
The Mestalla should be the venue for one of the best games of the season as Valencia host Sevilla on Sunday afternoon.
Can Leganés distance themselves from the relegation zone this weekend as they welcome Espanyol to the Estadio Municipal de Butarque?
Cholo Simeone’s men welcome bottom of the table side Osasuna to the Vicente Calderón as they looked to tighten their grip in the top three.
League leaders Real Madrid travel to El Molinón to face Sporting Gijón in a match which could have massive implications at both ends of the table.
It’s been a disastrous week for Luis Enrique and FC Barcelona and they’ll look to bounce back to form against Real Sociedad this weekend at the Camp Nou.
This match should be very entertaining as both Deportivo and Málaga have distanced themselves from the relegation zone in recent weeks.
La Liga Matchday 32 gets underway in the Basque Country as Las Palmas travel to the San Mamés to take on Athletic Bilbao.
We finish this week’s round of La Liga fixtures at the Anoeta as Real Sociedad host Sporting Gijón on Monday night.