How to watch La Liga fixtures this Sunday: Atletico, Real Madrid & Barcelona Live Stream

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The La Liga title race could be settled this Sunday with the big three all in action at the same time

By Craig Humpage
Editor-in-Chief, Sporticos
Uploaded on Friday 14 May 2021

The most dramatic title race in Europe this season is coming to a thunderous end and could be all over come Sunday evening. Leaders Atletico are at home to mid table Osasuna, Real Madrid are two points behind as they take the trip to Athletic Bilbao, and Barcelona are four points back and simply must win when they welcome Celta de Vigo to Camp Nou to keep their slim hopes of winning the league mathematically possible. When Diego Simeone's men were 11 points clear at the end of January, few could have predicted the race going this far but it has and it's by no means over.

Here's what to expect from these three huge games and where you can watch them for free:

Preview: Atletico Madrid vs Osasuna

El Cholo will hope his side can repeat the 3-1 victory they achieved against Osasuna in the reverse fixture in October but he will know that the stakes are much higher this time around. Osasuna themselves have nothing to play for and shouldn't put up too much of a fight. Anything other than three points will be viewed as self destruction on the part of Atletico Madrid. When the heat is on, can the likes of Luis Suarez and Yannick Carrasco get them over the line? We think so.

Prediction: Atletico Madrid 2-0 Osasuna

Atletico 80
Barcelona 76
Real Madrid 75

Atletico Madrid are two wins away from the La Liga title 🏆💭 pic.twitter.com/AQtvtQrq0E

— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) May 12, 2021

Preview: Athletic Bilbao vs Real Madrid

Real Madrid may look back on their two dropped points against Sevilla in their penultimate game as the moment the title slipped away from them but they are still in with a shot. In a season of twists and turns and many slip ups involving the big three, nothing is off the table. A win over mid table Athletic will help them at least keep Simeone's team honest. Bilbao's loss to relegation strugglers Huesca last time out may indicate that they are looking forward to some sun, sea and sand. However, if Madrid fail to win and Atletico Madrid beat Osasuna, they will relinquish their title to their city rivals with one game to spare. Will the La Liga title race go down to the last day, one way or another? Probably.

Prediction: Athletic Bilbao 1-3 Real Madrid

The La Liga title race goes on 🏆

Real Madrid stay alive with a 4-1 win at Granada 👏 pic.twitter.com/auSV78FmWB

— Goal (@goal) May 13, 2021

Preview: Barcelona vs Celta de Vigo

It's looking extremely unlikely that Ronald Koeman will add a La Liga title to his Copa Del Rey success. They are four points behind Atletico Madrid and need a miracle. Anything but three points here and it's effectively over, and then they will be hoping for results to go their way. Should they lose the game, or Atletico win against Osasuna, their disappointing season will be over. Two draws in a row, one of which came against the Champions-elect, have cost them dearly. They face a Celta side in great form, racking up four consecutive wins, in a surprise push towards the Europa League places. Mathematically they can still catch Villarreal in 7th but it's extremely unlikely. Unfortunately for Barcelona, it will probably be the results of the two Madrid clubs which condemns them.

Prediction: Barcelona 2-0 Celta de Vigo

Barcelona have won 8️⃣ of La Liga's past 1️⃣2️⃣ titles.

They've never finished lower than second over that span.

They're third right now 😬 pic.twitter.com/GGdqjdSibR

— Goal (@goal) May 14, 2021

Watch Sunday's huge La Liga games via live stream for free

Sunday 16 May 2021
Kick off: 17.30

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