11th April 2021
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La Liga – results and table (6 July)

La Liga round-up

Real Madrid now 4 points clear of Barça at the top of La Liga – with 4 games remaining.

All the results from Matchdays 33 and 34 below, plus the current league standings.

Matchday 33 (of 38) played between 30 June -2 July

Played on Tuesday 30 June

Mallorca 5  Celta Vigo 1

Leganes 0  Sevilla 3

Barcelona 2 Atletico Madrid 2

Played on Wednesday 1 July

Alaves 0  Granada 2

Valencia 0  Athletic Bilbao 2

Real Betis 0  Villarreal 2

Real Valladolid 0  Levante 0

Played on Thursday 2 July

Eibar 0  Osasuna 2

Real Sociedad 2  Espanyol 1

Real Madrid 1  Getafe 0

Matchday 34 (of 38) played between 3-6 July

Played on Friday 3 July

Atletico Madrid 3  Mallorca 0

Played on Saturday 4 July

Celta Vigo 1  Real Betis 1

Real Valladolid 1  Alaves 0

Granada 2  Valencia 2

Played on Sunday 5 July

Athletic Bilbao 0  Real Madrid 1

Espanyol  0  Leganes 1

Osasuna 0  Getafe 0

Villareal 1  Barcelona 4

To be played on Monday 6 July

Levante v  Real Sociedad 

Sevilla v  Eibar

La Liga Table – Monday 6 July

(Played, Won, Drawn, Lost, Goals For/Against, Points)

Real Madrid     34   23   8   3   62  21  77

Barcelona         34  22   7   5   78   36  73

Atletico Madrid  34  16  14   4   46  25  62

Sevilla               33  15   12   6   48  33  57

Villarreal          34   16   6   12   54  44   54

Getafe               34   14  11   9   42   31   53

Real Sociedad   33   15   5  13   50   42  50

Athletic Bilbao   34   12   12   10    38   29   48

Valencia           34   12   11   11   43  50  47

Granada           34  13   8   13   42   40   47

Osasuna           34   11   12   11   40   47   45

Levante            33   12   6   15   41   46   42

Valladolid        34   8   15   11   28   37   39

Real Betis        34   9   11   14   44   55   38

Alaves              34   9    8   17   32   51   35

Eibar                 33   9    8   16   34   50   35

Celta Vigo       34   7   14   13    33   43   35

Mallorca          34   8    5   21    35   59   29

Leganes          34    6    10   18    25   49   28

Espanyol         34    5    9   20    27   54   24

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