|1. Real Madrid|
|3. Atletico Madrid|
|18. Sporting Gijon|
Goals Scored:: 24
April 4, 2017
Athletic Club 2-0 Espanyol
Aritz Aduriz 17’(pen) 37’
Aritz Aduriz scored a brace to open a 7 point gap between themselves and Espanyol in the league standings.
Atletico Madrid 1-0 Real Sociedad
Filipe Luis 28’
Filipe Luis scored the only goal of the match to give Atletico Madrid a victory that helps solidify their place in the top three.
Real Betis 0-1 Villarreal
Adrian Lopez 47’
Villarreal kept the chase on the top four teams when Adrian Lopez netted the winning goal to deliver maximum points at the expense of Real Betis.
April 5, 2017
Barcelona 3-0 Sevilla
Luis Suarez 25’
Lionel Messi 28’ 33’
Sevilla made is a sixth consecutive match in all competitions without a victory. And within that spell, they’ve been knocked out of the UEFA Champions League and the position to finish in a place that will directly qualify them for the competition in the 2017/18 season.
Messi scored a brace after Suarez gave Barcelona the winning goal to keep tabs on Real Madrid at the top of the table.
Deportivo La Coruna 0-0 Granada
It was a goalless draw in the lower end of the table clash between Deportivo La Coruna and Granada.
Sporting Gijon 0-1 Malaga
Sandro Ramirez 40’
In an evenly contested fixture, Sandro Ramirez’s later first-half goal gave Malaga an away victory over Sporting Gijon.
Alaves 0-1 Osasuna
Alex Berenguer 88’
21 consecutive league matches without a win. a late goal gave bottom table Osasuna their second win of the 2016/17 La Liga season.
Leganes 2-4 Real Madrid
Gabriel 32’ James Rodriguez 15’
Luciano Neves 34’ Alvaro Morata 18’ 23’ 48’
Alvaro Morata contributed a hat-trick to help get Real Madrid a victory that guides them towards their 33rd league title.
April 6, 2017
Eibar 3-1 Las Palmas
Bebe 14’ Mauricio Lemos 62’
Aythami Artiles 24’(o.g)
Adrian Gonzalez 66’
Two unanswered goals in the first half allowed Eibar completed a double over Las Palmas.
Valencia 3-2 Celta Vigo
Daniel Parejo 38’ Gustavo Cabral 16’
Munir El Haddadi 67’ Iago Aspas 80’(pen)
Carlos Soler 86’
Carlos Soler scored a late winner for Valencia to pick up all the points after Celta Vigo had equalled the score on two occasions in this fixture.