Eight matchdays remain with battles all across LALIGA EA SPORTS still to be resolved

The 20 clubs of LALIGA EA SPORTS have just eight games remaining this season across eight matchdays in which all teams will either have to defend their position or fight to improve it. From the title race to the issue of avoiding last place, every single team has something to play for during the final stretch of the campaign, making these last eight matchdays very interesting and nerve-wracking for fans. Click this link https://a.meridianbet.ke/c/C7pYjz to start gaming and stand a chance of winning big with a meridianbet.

FC Barcelona are hunting down Real Madrid in the title race

FC Barcelona have won four and drawn one from their past five, and haven’t conceded a single goal during this run. As a result, they’re now in second place and are pursuing Real Madrid, who hold an eight-point lead and who must face Los Azulgranas at the Bernabéu on April 21st, in Matchday 32, with that ELCLASICO a potential championship decider.

Los Blancos have only lost one game in the entire competition and that was in September. Since then, they have managed to catch Girona FC, open up a gap in the table, and, in the last few games, consolidate that advantage. They’ll have to keep winning in the remaining eight matches if they want to take back the title that FC Barcelona snatched from them last year.

Several contenders to play Champions League football

Thanks to a late Saúl Ñíguez goal, which earned Atlético de Madrid a 2-1 victory at Villarreal CF on Monday, Los Colchoneros have moved back into fourth place and the final Champions League position, as they now sit two points ahead of fifth-placed Athletic Club.

Third-placed Girona FC is seven points clear of Diego Simeone’s squad but must face them in the capital on April 13th in a key Champions League-calibre clash, while Atlético de Madrid vs Athletic Club will take place at the same stadium two weeks later between two sides who are currently separated by just two points. Those two matches will be like Champions League playoffs for Atleti.

The Europa League and Conference League are up for grabs

The European places for next season will depend on what happens in the final of the Copa del Rey. If RCD Mallorca win the final then they would go to the Europa League alongside the fifth-placed team, while the sixth-placed team would play in the Conference League. If Athletic Club wins the cup final and stays in the top five, then the sixth-placed team would join them in the Europa League and the seventh-placed team would make the Conference League. Right now, Real Sociedad, in sixth, has 49 points and is battling with Real Betis, who have 42 points, and Valencia CF, who have 41 points and a game in hand.

Drama in the relegation battle for weeks to come

Things are no clearer at the bottom. UD Almería and Granada CF may be a little further behind, with 13 and 14 points respectively. But, then there is a group of teams that will surely fight to avoid relegation up until the last day. The final relegation position is currently held by Cádiz CF, with 25 points, while above them they’re chasing RC Celta, on 28, Rayo Vallecano, on 30, and Sevilla FC and RCD Mallorca, on 31 each. None of these teams can afford to slip up in the final stretch.

The individual awards are more open than ever

It is also far from clear who will win the individual trophies for the season’s top scorer and the goalkeeper with the fewest goals, two battles that are as wide open as ever. The Pichichi table has a three-way tie at the top, as Real Madrid’s Jude Bellingham, Girona FC’s Artem Dovbyk, and CA Osasuna’s Ante Budimir all have 16 goals. Just behind, Getafe CF’s Borja Mayoral is on 15, Atlético de Madrid’s Álvaro Morata is on 14 and Villarreal CF’s Alexander Sørloth is also on 14. Some of those even further behind could yet enter the race.

The ranking for the Zamora Trophy, for the top goalkeeper, is currently led by Unai Simón of Athletic Club, as he has a ratio of 0.90 goals conceded per game, but Real Sociedad’s Álex Remiro, with 1.00 goals conceded per game, is hot on his heels. Furthermore, Marc-André ter Stegen could still retain his prize from last season, as his current average is 0.85 goals per game. However, there is a rule that a goalkeeper must play 28 games to qualify and the German, who has missed games through injury, would have to play every match between now and the end of this exciting LALIGA EA SPORTS season.

MG Team

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