Day 33 of the League: schedules, match results and summary | Sports

Matchday 33 of the League starts this Tuesday with the confrontation between Barcelona and Osasuna. It is the second consecutive week-to-week matchday and the teams are beginning to notice the accumulation of games. The leader of the League, with an 11-point advantage over Real Madrid, receives the Navarrese team that is most aware of the Copa del Rey final next Friday in which the white team will be measured. Also on Tuesday, Almería and Elche face each other in a game that could mean salvation for the Andalusian team and Real Madrid visits Real Sociedad. On Wednesday Valencia and Villarreal meet in an important match for the goals of both teams. Atlético de Madrid-Cádiz and Getafe-Celta are also played. Thursday ends the day with four games: Girona-Mallorca, Sevilla-Espanyol, Rayo Vallecano-Valladolid and Athletic-Betis, a key match for the European aspirations of both teams.

These are the matches of matchday 33:

Barcelona – Osasuna (Tuesday 2, 7:30 p.m., DAZN)

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Osasuna visits Barcelona in their last league game before the Copa del Rey final next Saturday. The Navarrese team has its sights set on the match that will face Real Madrid but will also seek victory against the leader to get closer to European positions. Xavi’s men, with a comfortable advantage of 11 points in the League, want to add another victory to get closer to the title of the local competition with 6 games to go.

Almería – Elche (Tuesday 2, 7:30 p.m., DAZN)

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Elche arrives at the match against Almería with the memory of the win against Rayo Vallecano last day (4-0). The team from Elche added their third victory of the season and hopes to repeat against the Andalusian team. Almería, on the other hand, has just received a win against Real Madrid (4-2) and is two points from the relegation zone, so they need to add against the bottom team to catch air and get closer to the goal of permanence .

Real Sociedad – Real Madrid (Tuesday 2, 22.00, Movistar LaLiga)

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Real Madrid knows how difficult the objective of winning the League is, so they look to the Champions League semi-final against Manchester City and the Copa del Rey final against Osasuna on Saturday. Real Sociedad welcome the Whites from fourth place in the table, with Villarreal looming within five points, and want a win to help secure a place in Europe’s top competition next season.

Valencia – Villarreal (Wednesday 3, 7:30 p.m., Movistar LaLiga)

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Valencia play their permanence on Wednesday with Villarreal in a match that Setién’s men also need to win. Those of Baraja are close to relegation to two points from the red part of the table and come from falling with Cádiz, a direct rival for salvation. Villarreal beat Celta last day and snatched fifth place in the League from Betis. Those of Setién now look at Real Sociedad, fourth, and the Champions League positions.

Atlético de Madrid – Cádiz (Wednesday 3, 22:00, DAZN)

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Atlético de Madrid wants to extend their good streak against Cádiz. Simeone’s men have only lost two games since the World Cup return, both against Barcelona, ​​and they have Real Madrid within reach with just two more points. The assault on the second position is possible. Cádiz wants to increase the distance with the relegation zone after taking a breather last day after beating Valencia. Scoring in the Metropolitan would help the Andalusian team to achieve permanence.

Getafe – Celta (Wednesday 3, 22.00, Movistar LaLiga)

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Getafe’s permanence was complicated last day by losing to Espanyol and now they need to score three points in Celta’s visit to have options to continue in the top flight. The Madrid team only has Elche behind and on Wednesday they face a rival who also needs to win. Celta has an eight-point margin over relegation, but there are still six league games left and nothing is set.

Girona – Mallorca (Thursday 4, 7:30 p.m., Movistar LaLiga)

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Girona accumulates two consecutive victories against rivals of category: the win against Real Madrid (4-2) and last Monday against the renewed Sevilla de Mendilibar (0-2). The Catalan team has permanence more than tied, the main objective of the season, and dares to look at Europe. Five points separate him from the sixth place occupied by Betis. Mallorca breathes quite calmly, ten points above relegation, comes from a draw with Athletic and aims to put an end to Girona’s ambition with six games left to play.

Seville – Espanyol (Thursday 4, 7:30 p.m., DAZN)

Sevilla had not lost since the arrival of Mendilibar until they met Girona last day. Now, the Seville team seeks to rebuild against Espanyol before the Europa League semifinals against Juventus. The Catalan team won against Getafe last day after six defeats and a draw in the last seven games and it is urgent for them to add three by three to escape relegation.

Athletic – Betis (Thursday 4, 10:00 p.m., Movistar LaLiga)

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Athletic receives Betis in a key duel to get into Europe. Pellegrini’s men are sixth, two points ahead of the Basque team, and need to win to guarantee a place in the Conference League after losing fifth place to Villarreal. Valverde’s men come from drawing with Mallorca last day and need to add the three points to dream of the European positions.

Rayo Vallecano – Valladolid (Thursday 4, 10:00 p.m., DAZN)

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Rayo Vallecano has had a season in which they have given war to the greats like Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Atlético. The Madrid team had a great first round although it has been more irregular in the second half of the season, now, after losing to the bottom team last day, they are looking to rebuild against Valladolid. The blanquivioleta team arrives at the match with four points on relegation, but continues to be one of the candidates to serve next season in the second division and a victory could help them achieve salvation.

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