Grenada Real Madrid Odds : Mourinho and Ronaldo to start celebrations at Los Cármenes

Newly crowned La Liga champions Real Madrid travel to Granada on Saturday in the penultimate fixture of this Spanish league season, as Footybunker visitors outside the UK can watch all the action live online with Bet365 (see below).

Madrid secured their first league title in four years on Wednesday when they were 3-0 winners over Europa League finalists Athletic Bilbao.

It was a memorable night in the Basque Country for Jose Mourinho and his side, who found themselves two goals ahead inside 20 minutes. Cristiano Ronaldo then added a third just after half time.

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Mourinho’s men have not lost in the Spanish top flight since December and have now put five straight wins together. They will now want to finish the season with two more victories as they look to finish the campaign on a massive 100 points, which would be a La Liga record.

Ronaldo has had yet another prolific season in front of goals, scoring 43 goals in the league so far this season, level with Barcelona’s Lionel Messi.

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The Portugal striker will now want to finish with the golden boot this season, so will certainly not be in party mood for the remaining two matches.

As for Granada, they know that they are not mathematically safe from relegation just yet. They are five points clear of the drop zone with two games to play and currently sit in 15th place, so while it is unlikely they will face the drop, it is still possible.

Consistency has been a big problem for Abel Resino’s side this season, failing to put back to back victories together since January.

Resino will be hoping that their opponents suffer a bit of a hangover from their success in midweek and his side can pick up a shock result.

Granada’s aim at started of the season would have been to ensure safety after being promoted in the previous campaign. Should they pick up a result here or other matches go their way, they can do just that this weekend.

Kick-off is at 8pm on Saturday.

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