Titles in three of Europe’s top 5 Leagues have been decided with Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Monaco winning the titles in Germany, England and France respectively.
But there is still plenty to fight for in the Italian Serie A and the Spanish La Liga as we enter the final stages of league football across Europe.
1st place Real Madrid need at least a draw from their last game against 11th placed Malaga at the Estadio La Rosaleda on Sunday to claim their first La Liga title since 2011-12 while Barcelona their closest rival must beat 8th placed Eibar at Camp Nou and hope Madrid lose to make it their third title on the trot.
It could be Barcelona’s 8th Liga title in the last 13 seasons and not Madrid’s 4th in the same period of years if the unbelievable happens.
There could be a glimer of hopes for the Catalan giants who already did the impossible this season by becoming the first team to overcome a 4-0 deficit in the knockout stages of Champions League.
Interestingly four of the last five times Barcelona had won the La Liga title being a second placed team going to the final game of the season have been at the expense of Real Madrid.
Can Luis Enrique end his Barcelona reign with a miraculous La Liga title?