The La Liga title race was blown wide open after Barcelona and Atletico Madrid played out a 0-0 draw at Camp Nou on Saturday.
The stalemate means that should third-placed Real Madrid beat fourth-placed Sevilla on Sunday, it will move top of the table – level on 77 points with Atletico – but ahead given its superior head-to-head record with just three games to play.
Barcelona moved up to second place on Saturday with 75 points. “We’re still in the mix. La Liga’s still wide open, three games is a lot even if we know it’s not in our hands anymore,” Barca defender Gerard Pique said.
“Anything can happen. I’d like to know if any other side in La Liga has won four in a row, it’s only something we’ve done. If we win our remaining three matches, I think we’ll win the league. We’re going to fight until the end, even if we haven’t done what we needed.”
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