Six La Liga teams fighting relegation

Real Valladolid is currently in the danger zone, in 18th place, one point behind Celta Vigo and Almeria, who both have 40 points. Valencia, Getafe, and Cadiz all have 41 points and are still fighting to stay in the league.

Six La Liga teams fighting relegation

All six teams know that if they win on Sunday, they will stay in the league. Getafe’s trip to Valladolid is the only game in which two of the six teams play each other, and it could be the most important game.

If Getafe wins at Pucela, they can save themselves and four other teams from relegation by sending Ronaldo’s Valladolid down.

If Valencia hadn’t scored late last week at Espanyol to tie the game and send the Catalan team down, the race might have been even closer.

At the end of the season, if two teams have the same number of points, the head-to-head record is the first tiebreaker, followed by goal difference.

If more than two teams are tied, their places will be decided by a mini-table based on how they did against each other.

Cadiz is the top team that is still in danger. They are 13th, and a single point on the road against relegated Elche would keep them in the league. The same would be true for Getafe at Valladolid and Valencia at Real Betis.

Los Che’s season has been terrible, and the six-time winners could end up with their worst finish since they moved up to the top league in 1988.

“We have to focus on the game and on ourselves, and we have to play well in Seville to make sure we stay in the league,” Valencia coach Ruben Baraja said.

Almeria is going to Espanyol, which has been relegated. They know that a draw will be enough to keep them in the league, since they have beaten Getafe in the past.

Celta Vigo is 17th in the league. They haven’t won in six games and have lost seven of their last nine.

The Galicians will play winners Barcelona. They hope that after winning the title and saying goodbye to Camp Nou last weekend, the Barcelona players will be more relaxed and ready for the summer break.

Even a tie with Barcelona isn’t enough to make sure Celta stays in the league. For that, they need to win.

Celta said on Wednesday that they will open a stand that has been closed all season for repairs. They want to fill up Balaidos and change their luck.

After last weekend’s 1-0 loss to Cadiz, coach Carlos Carvalhal said, “The only good thing is that we finish the season at home, and it’s up to us to stay in the league.”

Valladolid also wants three points, but if Almeria loses and Celta gets at least one point, they could get by with a draw against Getafe.

La Liga’s relegation fight will go all the way to the end, and there will be twists and turns along the way.

The Canadian forward has made a quick start at Real Valladolid, and the team’s best chance of staying in the league lies with him in the game against Getafe. Since joining in January, the 28-year-old has scored eight goals in 18 games.

Alejandro Catena of Rayo Vallecano and Oscar Gil of Espanyol both have 14 yellow cards, which is the most of any player.

121: Vinicius Junior of Real Madrid has been hit the most in La Liga.Rodrigo Ely of Almeria has cleared the ball 193 times, which is more than any other player.

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