La Liga on fire as Barcelona and Atlético take it to the wire

The Spanish League is red hot at the moment and you could say that it’s “on fire” as Barcelona and Atlético take it down to the wire in a bid to be proclaimed La Liga Champions in their last match of the season – More on this story here

La Liga was turned upside down at the weekend

The Spanish league was turned inside out at the weekend as Atlético lost to Levante and Barça and Real drew against Getafe and Valencia respectively. Any of the three top teams in Spain could now win with only Diego Simeone’s excellent Atlético Madrid depending on themselves to seal the deal. More on this story

Barcelona thrown La Liga lifeline

Messi once again proved to be decisive last night as Barcelona were thrown a lifeline in the race for the league title. Although Barcelona do not depend on themselves, Xavi said that Barça has to do their job and win the last 4 games. More on this story

La Liga top 3 don’t defraud at the weekend

It was all square at the top of the Spanish League at the weekend after all three candidates for the title snatched victories over their respective rivals. Barcelona beat Real Betis 3-1, Atlético beat Villareal 1-0 and Real Madrid beat Real Sociedad by 4 goals to 0. More on the weekend’s top 3 teams

Real Madrid drop 3 points in race for La Liga crown

Real Madrid have gone from the darlings of La Liga to the ugly sister in one fell swoop. Sevilla was in charge of executing the death blow to the “Merengues” last night at the Estadio Sánchez Pizjuán in Sevilla. More on this story

League hopes are still alive says Barcelona’s Alexis Sanchez

Barcelona star Alexis Sánchez says the team’s league title hopes are still very much alive. Barça will face Manchester City on Wednesday and he says now is the time the team has to be united. Alexis was speaking at a press conference on Monday. More on this story

Barcelona must improve to catch Real Madrid says Sergio Busquets

Barcelona beat Almeria last night after a convincing 4-1 win but must improve if they are to catch Real Madrid in this season’s race for La Liga spoils. Sergio Busquets laments the height of his teammates but admits the Catalans have room for improvement if they are to reclaim their La Liga crown. More on Busquets

Martino gets it wrong, Barca pay the price

Gerardo Martino dealt a hand on Saturday that dented the Catalan’s title hopes. The Argentine moved Busquets out of position and put Song in his place. Real Sociedad capitalised on this “faux pas” and made Barça pay the highest of prices. More on this story