La Liga opened completely yesterday as Barcelona won the Clásico at Bernabéu when Messi scored a last-minute goal, and here is the schedule for the two teams for the rest for the seasonWritten by Christian Møller Poulsen. April 24, 2017
One month is left of La Liga, and the race for the title is on following Messi’s dramatic last-minute winner at Bernabéu.
With the win, Barcelona moved top of the liga with 75 points which is the same amount as Real Madrid. However, as the Catalans are best in the head-to-head games this season, they move ahead of Real Madrid. Real Madrid though has a game in hand against Celta Vigo.
It appears to be Real Madrid who has the most challenging schedule, with two tough home games against Sevilla and Valencia. Both are teams with enough individual quality to cause problems for Los Blancos.
Apart from the two games at home, Real Madrid have to travel away from Madrid 4 times, starting with an away trip to Galicia to play Deportivo La Coruna on Wednesday.
On top of the La liga games, the club also has to face Atletico Madrid over two legs in the semi-final of the Champions League.
Real Madrid games in la Liga:
Week 34: Deportivo-Real Madrid (26th April)
Week 35: Real Madrid-Valencia (29th April)
Week 36: Granada-Real Madrid (6th May)
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Week 21: Celta-Real Madrid (17th May)
Week 38: Málaga-Real Madrid (21th May)
FC Barcelona’s toughest away game looks to be the Derbi Barceloni, which is set to be played at Espanyol’s stadium, Cornella. Luis Enrique’s men also faces a long away trip to the Canary Islands to play Las Palmas in their final away game in the season.
Apart from Barca’s two away games, Barcelona will play bottom-placed Osasuna on Wednesday, before the hardest game for the Catalans awaits on the 6th of May when they host Villareal.
FC Barcelona games in La Liga:
Week 34: Barcelona-Osasuna (26th April)
Week 35: Espanyol-Barcelona (29th April)
Week 36: Barcelona-Villarreal (6th May)
Week 37: Las Palmas-Barcelona (14th May)
Week 38: Barcelona-Eibar (21st May)