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The math says that if the Real Madrid adds 16 points in the eight days that remain of Leagueregardless of what his direct opponents do in the fight for the title, he will be proclaimed champion since he would add 85, an unattainable figure for his most direct pursuers: FC Barcelona (2nd), Atlético de Madrid (3rd) and Seville (4th)the three tied on 57 points, although the Blaugrana have yet to play on April 24 (9:00 p.m.) at the Camp Nou the postponed against the Lightning. In the best of cases, that is to say that those of Xavi Hernandez won the remaining nine league games, they would add a total of 84 points.

In the eight days that the meringues are missing to finish the championship, with four days at home and another four away, it is enough for them to add four wins and four draws. Winning five games, drawing one and losing two also guarantees them the title. In both cases, the Ancelotti they would add 16 points, which together with the 69 they currently have would make them reach 85 points.

LaLiga passes through the Bernabéu

The teams that have yet to visit the Santiago Bernabeu are the Getafe (day 31), Spanish (34th round), Levante (day 36) and Real Betis (day 38). It should be remembered that those of Ancelotti appear as the team that has added the most points at home in this League (34), the same ones that the Sevilla.

Much more complicated, a priori, are the movements of the Real Madrid to the field of Sevilla (day 32), Osasuna (day 33), Atletico Madrid (35th day) and Cádiz (day 37). In addition, in between there will be some quarterfinals of the Champions against him Chelsea and maybe a semi-final.

Right now, the Real Madrid takes 12 points from Barcelona, ​​Atletico Madrid and Seville. The Blaugrana team continues to launch after signing six consecutive victories (19 goals for and two against). There is hardly any margin for error for Barça but their excellent run (29 points out of 33) in this 2022, only surpassed by the Liverpool in Europe (31 of 33), has unleashed optimism among a good part of the culé fans.

Barça won’t rest in Europe either

Barça will not rest during the week either and on Thursday (9pm/Movistar Champions League) they will visit Eintracht Frankfurt in the first leg of the quarterfinals of the Europa Leaguethree days before continuing his league career.

The mattresses, like those of Xavi, chained six wins in the domestic championship (15 goals for and three against). Like the meringues, the team of Simeone is also immersed in the quarterfinals of the Champions, where he will face Manchester City de Pep Guadiola.

The other contender for the League title, the Seville by Julen Lopetegui is in the worst moment of the season after adding only three points out of the last 12 possible, having not been able to move forward in any of its last four games: three draws against Alavés, Rayo and Real Sociedadand a defeat (1-0) harvested last Sunday against a Barça who took second place in the Camp Nouwhere the Seville left behind a streak of 15 games in a row without losing in LaLiga (seven wins and eight draws).

The team from Nervión had not lost since the end of November, when they fell precisely against Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu (2-1) and remained as second classified since a month before, since the end of October, once he beat Osasuna (2-0) in the Sanchez-Pizjuan.

There are still three direct duels left for the title

Of the four candidates for the title (Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Atletico Madrid and Seville) There are still three direct duels left that can be key to the outcome of the title. On the 32nd day, the Sevilla meringues will be measured in the Sanchez-Pizjuan; on matchday 35, the Athletic will also receive those of Ancelottiwhile on matchday 37, the penultimate of the championship, there will be a Athletic-Seville at the Wanda Metropolitano.

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