Barcelona’s title hopes received a major boost after they defeated arch-rivals Real Madrid 2-1 at Camp Nou. The win sees Xavi’s side move twelve points clear of Madrid. Putting them in pole position to lift the La Liga title at the end of the season. While the La Liga title race isn’t over let’s delve into the fixtures of Barca and Real Madrid.
With just twelve games left to play the toughest Barca fixtures are set to be at home. While their away games will be against weaker opposition. They will face Elche, Getafe, Rayo Vallecano, Espanyol, Valladolid, and Celta Vigo away from home. With matches at Camp Nou against Girona, Atlético Madrid, Real Betis, Osasuna, Real Sociedad, and Mallorca.
Real Madrid fixtures
Meanwhile, Real Madrid’s remaining fixtures see their toughest matches coming in the final stretch of the season and away from home. They will host Real Valladolid, Villarreal, Celta Vigo, Almería, Getafe, Rayo, and Athletic Club at the Bernabéu, but they will have to travel to face Cádiz, Girona, Real Sociedad, Valencia, and Sevilla as they look to close the gap on Barcelona at the top of the table.
The title race is far from over; anything can happen in the remaining matches. However, Barcelona’s comfortable lead at the top of the table puts them in a strong position to secure the title, especially with their favourable run of fixtures. On the other hand, Real Madrid will need to be at their best in their remaining matches if they hope to challenge Barcelona and defend their La Liga crown.