The title race may be over, but there's still plenty to play for in La Liga this weekend.
The penultimate round of fixtures of the season will see the battle for European football, top flight survival and the golden boot continue on Saturday.
A 3-0 victory over Athletic Bilbao secured the championship for Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid during the week, as they ended Barcelona three season reign as champions.
It was the capital side's 32nd Spanish league title, but they may not take their foot off the pedal just yet, with Barca's points record (99) within sight. Real currently boast 94 points and can reach the magic 100 mark with victory in their last two outings.
They travel to 15th-placed Granada on Saturday at 2000 with Cristiano Ronaldo also looking to narrow the gap between him and Lionel Messi in the race for the golden boot. Messi leads Ronaldo in the scoring charts by two, with a 46 goal haul so far this season.
The mercurial Argentine and co welcome Espanyol to Camp Nou for a Catalan derby in what will mark Pep Guardiola's last home game in charge as manager of the club.
Valencia meanwhile, can take a major stride towards claiming the final automatic Champions League place with a win at home to Villarreal, who despite reaching the Europe League final, have yet to secure their La Liga status for next season. Villarreal are four points above the drop zone in 16th place.
Fourth-placed Malaga, who trail Valencia by three points are also vying for automatic Champions League qualification, face Atletico Madrid in the Spanish capital.
Only six points separates the sides from sixth to 14th leaving the race for Europa League qualification wide open.
Sixth-placed Real Sociedad travel to Osasuna (9th), while Athletic Club (8th) challenge Getafe (12th) and Mallorca (7th) take on Levante (5th).
Elsewhere on Saturday evening, Sevilla host relegation-threatened Rayo Vallecano, Real Zaragoza face Racing Santander and Sporting Gijon take on to Real Betis.