As the league reaches the business end of the season, Madrid and Barça go into the last 11 games with an eight point gap between them. There are little details that might just tip the balance one way or another over the next couple of months – Barça will play one more game at home, including El Classico and both teams face city derbies, Barça at home to Espanyol and Real Madrid away to Atletico.
Rivals at the bottom and the top
Both teams will play sides involved in the relegation struggle – Barça play Zaragoza and Madrid face Sporting- as well as the two other top four teams – Barça away to Levante and Madrid at home to Levante – and on the same weekend at the start of April Barça entertain Bilbao and Madrid travel to Osasuna – both teams fighting for a Europa League spot. It’s also worth noting that last season Madrid dropped none points in their last eleven games.
Below is the full list of remaining fixtures for both teams:
Week 20 (games held over from earlier in the season)
Week 38 (ahead of the Champions League final)
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