La Liga Champions Real Madrid host Mallorca this weekend in what is the final match in the league this season for both sides, as footybunker.com visitors can watch all the action exclusively live with Bet365’s La Liga streaming service (see below).
Madrid have already secured top spot this campaign and they sit seven points ahead of Barcelona with just one game remaining.
Jose Mourinho’s side have been in superb form throughout the season. A victory in this encounter would bring up a tally of 100 points, which is a La Liga record.
Mourinho and his men are now on a run of six straight victories and have not been beaten since losing to Barcelona back in December. Madrid also average an incredible 4 goals per game in the league.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been devastating for defences this year and in stunning form in front of goal. The Portuguese striker has now scored 45 goals in the league, a great achievement. Ronaldo will be looking to add plenty this weekend though, as Lionel Messi is ahead of him on 50.
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As for Mallorca, it is all to play for this weekend for them as a chance in the top six and Europa League football is still on the cards. In fact, if results all go their way, a place in the top four is not out of the question.
Joaquín Caparrós’ side currently sit in seventh place in La Liga, level on points with sixth place and three points adrift on fourth.
Mallorca have had a great end to the season, winning their last four games in succession, conceding just one goal in the process.
Caparrós will know that his men have a lot to do this weekend though and will have to pull of one the results of the season if they are to qualify for European football next campaign.
Real Madrid ran out 2-1 winners in this fixture back in January, however they know that they face a Mallorca side that is firing on all cylinders at the moment and it will be far from an easy match.
It should be a fascinating encounter between these two sides and it all gets underway from 7pm on Sunday.