The Santander League ends this weekend with things still to be played so much among the teams that aspire to play the Champions League and the Europa League, like those who fight to avoid Descent to Second Division, although Girona has everything against them to become the third team descended.

Day 38 will start this Saturday at 13 hours with Levante – Atlético, one of the three games of the day in which no team plays anything mathematically. The other two are the only ones that will be played its T
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Sunday: at 12 hours Madrid and Betis in the Santiago Bernabeu and the 4.15 pm Eibar and Barça in Ipurua.






Girona and Celta struggle to avoid the last relegation zone, with everything in favor of the Galicians

The four matches where teams with options to get into Europe are involved will all be played this Saturday at 4:15 p.m.. Valencia visits the Nuevo Zorrilla to play against Valladolid, depending on itself to qualify for the Champions League. The Getafe, receives in his field to the Villarreal, already saved of the descent, whereas the Sevilla will play in the Sánchez Pizjuán to the Athletic of Bilbao, that occupies the seventh position, the last one that gives access to Europe.

Saturday at 20:45 they will play the two games from which the third team will come down to the Second Division. Girona visits the Alavés field while Celta de Vigo receives one of the already descended teams, Balao Vallecano. The other team that is already Second, the Huesca, is dismissed in his field of the First Division against Leganes.

All matches can be watched on television between BeinLaLiga Y Movistar Partidazo and also live online through the web of The vanguard.


These are the schedules of day 38 of the Santander League:






Saturday, May 18

13.00h: Levante – Atlético de Madrid

16.15h: Valladolid – Valencia

16.15h: Sevilla – Athletic Club

4.15pm: Getafe – Villarreal

16.15h: Espanyol – Real Sociedad

20.45h: Huesca – Leganés

8:45 pm: Celta – Rayo Vallecano

8:45 pm: Alavés – Girona

Sunday, May 19

12.00h: Real Madrid – Betis

16.15h: Eibar – Barça





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