How the final day fixture scheduling gives Real Madrid another advantage

Malaga may know they only have to draw to rake in another million euros, a result that would hand Madrid the title

Michel's team will know what Celta Vigo and Valencia achieve before they face Real Madrid

El Málaga tiene mucho en juego contra el Real Madrid | MálagaCF

Barcelona and Real Madrid will play for the league title in an intense final week of the season, although one of the participants is playing with marked cards. Everything is in Madrid’s favour so they can become champions again after four years without the title.

Francesc J. Gimeno

Zinedine Zidane’s side has been favoured by referees, most recently against Celta, and even the fixture scheduling that has been decided by La Liga.

Real Madrid go out to face Malaga with the Andalusians potentially knowing that to finish 11th, and get an extra million in revenue from television, they may just have to draw, per Diario Sur. A result which would also hand Madrid the title.

Meanwhile Barcelona play Eibar at 8pm, the same time Madrid face Malaga. The games that could affect Malaga’s objectives happen at 4.45pm. 

Meanwhile if Madrid win the title Malaga get an extra million pounds, from the sale of Isco which had a clause in it.

Valencia face Villarreal and Celta Vigo play Real Sociedad. Malaga and Valencia (12th) have 46 points each and Celta 44 (13th).

A draw might be the perfect result for Malaga depending on those games, so they can also earn the money from the Isco deal. 

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