The fight for the third place that gives access to the Champions League at Primera Iberdrola it is more exciting than ever. With Barça and Levante consolidated in the first and second places, the focus moves to the third position, that right now Real Madrid occupies with an advantage of two and three points over Madrid CFF and Real Sociedad, respectively.

Madrileñas and San Sebastian will try to maintain their pressure tomorrow with a win against Sporting de Huelva and Espanyol, two of the teams fighting for permanence. They are not the only teams that ambition to sneak into the European zone, which they are looking at Athletic and Granadilla, both six points behind Real Madrid.

White is the great rival to beat for all, so no one will miss his duel against the needy Depor (12:00), with which he will open a day of heart attack, with seven teams (Betis, Depor, Santa Teresa, Logroño, Espanyol, Rayo Vallecano and Eibar, with a duel direct between the latter two this day) who seek bypass the drop-offs.

The Madrid team comes to Abegondo wanting to heal wounds, after the painful defeat in extremis against Levante (1-2), and will recover Olga Carmona for this, that returns after sanction. Deportivo also wants to return to the path of victory, which lost in the last match 3-0 against Logroño. The Galicians receive the third classified with the sensitive loss of Athenea, who will complete a cycle of reprimands on this day.

Deportivo-Real Madrid will be followed by the matches of the first two teams in the Primera table: Barça and Raise. The Barça team wants to expand its record of victories in the Primera Iberdrola, in which it knows nothing else than to win, against Sevilla. Meanwhile, Levante measures Logroño's improvement with the aim of further consolidating itself in second position.

Day 24 at Primera Iberdrola


Depor-R. Madrid (LaLiga) – 12:00

Sevilla-Barça (LaLiga) – 14:15

Levante-Logroño (Gol TV) – 16:00

Eibar-Rayo Vallecano – 17:00


Santa T-Betis – 12:00

Granadilla-Athletic – 13:00

Madrid-Sp.Huelva (TDP) – 15:00

Espanyol-Real S. (Let's go) – 16:00

Valencia-Atlético (Gol TV) – 20:30