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Spain's last weekend of the season is sure to be action-packed, and the League have divided up the important encounters to enable both to be followed...

The race for Europe will be decided in la Primera Division on Saturday evening before the struggle to stay up is settled on Sunday evening as the Spanish football season draws to a close.

Sevilla may have sealed third place behind Barcelona and Real Madrid, but fourth spot is still up for grabs with Atletico de Madrid and Villarreal vying for fourth place.

Valencia's defeat at El Madrigal at the weekend means that they cannot finish fourth, but they could also slip out of the European places altogether if they lose and Deportivo win on the last day.

All four games surrounding the European places are on Saturday evening at 21:00 in what promises to be an enthralling end to a long and hard-fought campaign.

A day later, the challenge of avoiding becoming the third team to be relegated takes place with Osasuna, Sporting, Real Betis, Getafe and Real Valladolid all still in trouble.

Numancia and Recreativo were confirmed as going down on Sunday, but they will be joined by one of the five mentioned in a Sunday evening extravaganza.

Saturday, May 30
Atletico de Madrid-Almeria
Valencia-Athletic Club
Sunday, May 31

Osasuna-Real Madrid
*All kick off times are CET

Lucas Brown,