Champions Barcelona welcome Atlético Madrid at the Estadi Johan Cruyff on Sunday in the El Classico (women’s version) as the former look to make it 100% in the league.
A defeat for Atlético Madrid will throw their third spot ambitions off the rails on the condition that fourth-placed Real Madrid, who are just two points away, win their match elsewhere on the same day.
The home side have scored more than double the goals scored by the visitors in this campaign and will be banking on their marauding forwards which include Jenni Hermoso, top goal scorer Asisat Oshoala, Caroline Graham Hansen and the resurgent Claudia Pina.
Skipper Alexia Putellas and Aitana Bonmatí will be pulling the strings in the middle of the park making sure the strikers are not starved of clean balls to punish the visitors.
Atlético Madrid, on the other hand, will be prepared knowing the danger posed by the hosts and knowing that even a draw may secure them champions league football.
The teams have met 14 times at this venue and the hosts won nine, drew four and lost one.
Elsewhere, in the other third place decider, Real Madrid host Villarreal at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano on Sunday.
A win for Real Madrid and a loss for Atlético Madrid who are taking on champions Barcelona, will ensure that they qualify for the champions league.
The hosts will be hoping that forward Esther González will be in her best form to wrap it up for them whilst Claudia Zornoza will be looking to add onto her 10 assists this season.
The teams have met once and Real Madrid won the match 2-0 away from home in December last year.
Second-placed Real Sociedad host 10th placed Alavés at the Reale Arena on Sunday.
The teams have met once in a competitive match and Sociedad won the match 4-0 in December last year.
Sixth-placed Levante host fifth-placed UDG Tenerife at the Ciudad Deportiva de Buñol - Campo 1 on Saturday night.
The hosts will be looking to collect maximum points as a defeat would see them being displaced by Athletic Club if they win their match on the same day whilst Tenerife will be looking to finish strongly after the disappointment of missing out on top three after a poor showing in their previous two fixtures.
The teams have met seven times at this venue with Levante winning six and losing just one.
Athletic Club host Sevilla at the Lezama Facilities on Sunday with the home team eyeing sixth place and hoping Levante lose against UDG Tenerife on Saturday night.
Both teams have not been consistent throughout the season and will be satisfied with merely finishing in the top eight.
The teams have met eight times at this venue with Athletic Club winning six, drawing one and losing one.
Real Betis host relegated Rayo Vallecano at the Ciudad Deportiva Luis de Sol on Saturday.
Real Betis will be hoping for a win to deal the threat posed by 10th placed Alaves who may move into ninth position if they win against Sociedad on Sunday.
Betis managed four draws and a defeat in their last five matches whilst Rayo lost all their last five matches.
The teams have met five times at this venue with Rayo winning two, drawing two and losing one.
Sporting Huelva host Madrid CFF at the Campo Federativo de la Orden.
The visitors boast of the league’s joint-top goal scorer in forward Geyse Ferreira who is tied on 20 goals with Barcelona’s Asisat Oshoala, and will be hoping she comes to the party to propel them to victory and move above the hosts who are above them by just a point.
Sporting Huelva, on the other hand, are the league’s draw specialists with a massive 13 draws this season alone.
The teams have met four times at this venue with Huelva winning three and losing one.
Relegated Eibar welcome Valencia at the Unbe Sports Complex on Sunday.
Valencia are relieved after surviving the chop having had a difficult campaign in which results were predictable all season. Eibar, on the other hand, had a poor campaign as well and are hoping to end the season with a win in front of their home fans.
The teams met five times with Valencia winning all the matches.
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Fixtures (Sunday): Sporting Huelva vs Madrid CFF (11:30); Eibar vs Valencia (11:30); Athletic Club vs Sevilla (12:00); Barcelona vs Atlético Madrid (12:00); Real Sociedad vs Alavés (12:00); Real Madrid vs Villarreal (12:00)
All times are Central European Time (CET)