Saludos a todos ustedes hermosas lectoras de SunSport
I know everyone is currently thinking ‘Is this lad bilingual?’ and I understand why because last weekend I introduced the Inter Milan vs Sampdoria blog in Italian and this week I have switched it up to Espanyol.
In all honesty, the answer to that is no, unfortunately I am not bilingual, but I am a man who can adapt to different cultures.
And today’s blog will be based around The Campeonato Nacional de Liga de Primera División, commonly known as La Liga where there are places to fight for right throughout the division.
Normally, the teams who have spent the latter stages of the season fighting for survival would have already had their fate determined by now especially with only two games remaining.
But not in the Spanish top tier. As of today, there are SIX teams still hanging in there and with nothing guaranteed in football, anything can happen.
As a neutral spectator like myself, it leaves you to believe that surely the ending to La Liga 2020/21 couldn’t get any more intriguing then all those teams at the bottom in potential danger of being relegated.
Well if you think that then you’re wrong because if we look towards the pinnacle of the league, it’s so tight up there with the usual suspects, Barcelona and Real Madrid both being in contention to be crowned Champions of Spain.
However, surprisingly it’s Atletico Madrid who are in pole position to lift their first La Liga title since 2014 which is I will be keeping a very close eye on their game against Osasuna.
Sevilla are another team with an outside chance of gaining some silverware this season but they would have to depend on other results going their way so that looks unlikely.
Each match is scheduled to start at 17:30 UK time but the build-up, injury updates and starting line-ups will be coming shortly.
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