Deportivo 0-2 Real Madrid

  • Cristiano Ronaldo reaches 50 goals in all competitions for sixth season in a row.

Granada 0-2 Barcelona

  • Luis Suarez goes to 39 La Liga goals with first half double to put Barcelona on course.

  • Barcelona will win sixth La Liga title in eight years if they beat Granada.
  • Real Madrid must beat Deportivo and hope Barca drop points.
  • Real chasing first domestic title since 2012.
  • Catalans will win the league on head-to-head if teams finish level on points.
La Liga title
Either Barcelona or Real Madrid will be celebrating another La Liga triumph on the final weekend of the season. Getty Images

Well that is all we have time on this La Liga live text. We're back with the final day of the Premier League season tomorrow but until then, goodbye.


Florentino Perez has a face of thunder in La Coruna. Meanwhile, in Granada those Barcelona fans in attendance have invaded the pitch meaning their celebrations have been curtailed somewhat. Fantastic achievement from Barcelona, who have overcome late season jitters to claim the title. They can make it a double in the Copa del Rey final next week.

As for Real Madrid they have the Champions League final to look forward to in two weeks time in Milan against Atletico Madrid, but they left themselves too much to do in the title race. Eleven straight wins wasn't enough for Zinedine Zidane's men, but they could yet end the campaign with silverware.


Full time at Granada and Barcelona are La Liga champions. Celebrations are well under way on the pitch with players bouncing up and down in unison.


Barcelona's players doing their best to rein in their celebrations behind Luis Enrique. The spraying of water bottles has already begun....


Goal: Granada 0-3 Barcelona (Luis Suarez)

Icing on the cake for Barcelona as Messi and Neymar combine and Suarez, for his 40th of the season, passes into an empty net. Let the celebrations begin.


Gareth Bale off and Jese on for Real Madrid, with Zidane have more than half an eye on the Champions League final in two weeks time. Less than a quarter of an hour remaining.


Having said that Deportivo should be back in the game as Navas makes a reaction save to keep out Pedro's header.


A real lack of competitiveness to both of these matches it must be said. Deportivo and Granada have threatened in dispatches, but there isn't much bite and snap to these matches where the results are all but a formality.


Neymar should make it three but Andres makes an impressive low save. Granada on the break almost threat a goal, but Cuenca and Penaranda can't break through.


Chance for Granada! Ter Stegen justifies his selection as as El Arabi plays in Fran Rico, but his effort from 18 yards is kept out. Barcelona fans breathe a huge sigh of relief.


Lucas Perez tests Keylor Navas, who has been a spectator for almost the whole of the opening 53 minutes, but he gets down to make a good low save to keep his clean sheet intact.


James straight into the action as he attempts, perhaps in vain, to play his way into Zidane's plans for the Champions League final. He cuts inside, operating from the right, and shoots but it is straight at Andres.


Teams back out at Granada and Deportivo. Barcelona just one half away from the title. Both games are back under way. One change for Real Madrid, with Cristiano off and James Rodriguez on.


Half time: Granada 0-2 Barcelona

Half time: Deportivo 0-2 Real Madrid

Barcelona are just 45 minutes away from their 24th league title after sweeping aside Granada in the first half. Luis Suarez has got both, to strengthen his grip on the La Liga golden boot.

Cristiano Ronaldo has netted twice himself to briefly give Real Madrid hope of staging a final day shock at Deportivo, but it looks like being a failed effort. Second halfs on the way, but it might be a procession for the Catalans.


Goal: Granada 0-2 Barcelona (Luis Suarez)

The title must be Barcelona's now. Dani Alves chases down a lost cause and Suarez catches out Andres and heads in at the near post. Barcelona's travelling fans go mad.


Now the crossbar denies Ronaldo his treble. Marcelo feeds him on the right-left position and he smashes the ball against the woodwork for the second time. He could have had four in this half. Remember he began the game four goals behind Suarez in the golden boot standings, with both players having netted once today already.


Ronaldo should have a 28-minute hat-trick here. He breaks in behind a woeful Deportivo off-side trap and slips the ball past Pletikosa, but hits the inside of the post. It matters little for Real Madrid, who need a favour from Granada, but this is a ice warm-up for the Champions League final.


Goal: Deportivo 0-2 Real Madrid (Cristiano Ronaldo)

Ronaldo continues to hunt down Luis Suarez in the golden boot standings with a second goal, though it is riddled with controversy. Arribas goes down as the corner comes in and as the referee ignores the incident that appears to involve Gareth Bale, Ronaldo steals in and via a huge deflection guides a header into the corner.


Goal: Granada 0-1 Barcelona (Luis Suarez)

Barcelona only need to get it right once and that, might be that. Alba and Neymar exchange passes and his low cross finds Suarez who slots into an empty net for his 38th league goal of the season. Barca on course to retain their title.


Yellow card for Busquets for a foul on El Arabi. Barcelona look a bit tetchy here and though Granada are not threatening in any way at the other end, this is far nervy a start than Enrique would have wanted. Real as it stands, with around 70 minutes left, heading for the title.


Real Madrid are really in the mood this afternoon and they should go two up as a Modric corner causes problems and Ramos somehow doesn't make contact from point blank range. Four players were queuing up to score there, but none could make contact.


Barcelona knocking on the door again here as Neymar breaks in behind Miguel Lopes, who turns the ball over his own crossbar. Pique heads goalwards from the corner and Andres makes an easy save. Not the start Granada will have wanted, as they are hemmed in.


Half a chance for Granada but Cuenca's shot is woefully wide. At the other end, Andres turns over Messi's right-footed shot over the bar. Routine save but another shot across the bowels.