The team led by Carlo Ancelotti will have to beat Osasuna in El Sadar this Wednesday and hope that Barcelona will not win to reach the title.
The real Madrid Played last Sunday in Sanchez-Bijuan Stadium One of the best games of the 2021/22 Lalika season Seville They won 0-2, 3-2. The win against Nervión could be crucial for Merengues, who will be announced as Spain’s champions this week.
With 75 points in the standings, the ‘White House’ could win the Lalika title next Sunday, but they need different combinations to make it happen.
First the staff took the lead Carlo Ancelotti Must win this Wednesday Osasuna In El Sadar. With the win against Pamplona, Madrid will reach 78 units and will be crowned champions of Spain this week. Barcelona.
Gallery of Xavi Hernandez Facing Royal Society and Roy Valegano On Thursdays and Sundays, respectively, and the culé team should not receive more than two points. If Barcelona reach 62 units this week, they will have no mathematical options to fight for the title.
In the same way, Seville Y Athletes, In third and fourth place respectively, will have to draw or lose to Real Madrid this week to win the title next Sunday. Seville will visit Levante when he receives Colchoneros Grenade.
If not this week, when can Real Madrid win the title?
Yes Barcelona, Seville Y Atletico Madrid They win the next match The real Madrid If Wanda wins the Metropolitano on May 8, she can beat Lalica.
With three points against Golconeros, Madrid could reach 84 points, with the Ancelotti-led side defeated. Osasuna Y Spanish. With 84 units it is impossible Barcelona, Seville Y Athletes ‘Whites’ can be reached.
Next, we share the competitors Real Madrid, Barcelona, Seville Y Atletico Madrid At the end of the Spanish calendar.
The real Madrid
Matches: Osasuna, Espanyol, Atletico de Madrid, Levante, Cadiz and Real Betis
Matches: Real Sociedad, Rayo Vallecano (pending fight), Mallorca, Betis, Celta de Vigo, Getafe and Villarreal
Matches: Levante, Cádiz, Villarreal, Mallorca, Atlético de Madrid and Athletic
Matches: Granada, Athletics, Real Madrid, Else, Seville and Real Sociedad
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