Real Madrid can comfortably win Laliga Santander today in their game with Villareal with a win at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano stadium. Likewise if Barcelona lose or drop points with their clash with Osasuna on the same evening.
Real Madrid are inching closer to winning their 34th league title. Los Blancos have not won a league since 2017 which is quite embarrassing for a club of such repute and status.
They have been playing catch-ups to their arch rivals Barcelona in the last decade with Barcelona winning majority of the league titles in the last decade.
Los Blancos have been in rich vein of form since the restart of the Laliga Santander after the break. Their form see them rack up 9 consecutive wins in which 8 are clean sheets. This form make them on course to win their 34th league title.
Real Madrid are fully aware that a win or a draw is enough for them to be crowned Laliga champions today against Villareal.
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