What to watch in the leading soccer leagues in Europe this weekend:
Barcelona can clinch its 25th Spanish league title even before playing Deportivo La Coruna on Sunday if Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid both fail to win.
Real Madrid — 15 points off the lead — hosts Leganes on Saturday, while Atletico — 11 points from the top — plays at Alaves the following day a few hours before Barcelona's match in La Coruna.
Regardless of the other results, a draw against Deportivo would be enough to give Barcelona its seventh title in a decade. The Catalan club won two straight titles in 2015 and 2016 before seeing Real Madrid lift the trophy last season.
Deportivo needs a victory against Barcelona to have any realistic chance of avoiding relegation. With four matches left, Deportivo is nine points behind Levante, the first team outside the relegation zone.
Las Palmas and Malaga already know they will be dropping into the second division.
Fifth-place Real Betis hosts Malaga on Monday to try to move closer to fourth-place Valencia, which plays Eibar on Sunday to protect its Champions League spot.
Villarreal and Sevilla hold the final two Europa League spots for next season, with Getafe, Girona and Celta Vigo close behind.
— By Tales Azzoni in Madrid
West Bromwich Albion's eight-year stay in the Premier League could end on Saturday in two scenarios. The last-place team will be relegated if it does not win at Newcastle. And even a victory at St. James' Park won't save West Brom if Swansea beats Chelsea in the late kickoff.
Stoke is clinging to its topflight status, four points from safety with nine points to play for as it prepares to play third-place Liverpool. Southampton, which hosts Bournemouth, is only ahead of Stoke on goal difference.
Manchester City has already clinched the title. Now it's about the chase for the three remaining Champions League spots.
Manchester United, which plays Arsenal on Sunday, is 11 points ahead of fifth-place Chelsea with four games remaining. Tottenham's lead over Chelsea could be trimmed to two points by the time it hosts Watford on Monday.
— By Rob Harris in London
The relegation scrap takes center stage in Germany this weekend with Hamburger SV and Cologne both playing for their survival on Saturday.
Hamburg visits Wolfsburg, where a win for the only side to have played every Bundesliga season so far would close the gap on Wolfsburg to two points with two matches remaining.
"Everyone knows that Hamburg often makes the impossible possible," Hamburg defender Gotoku Sakai said.
Last-place Cologne's chances of survival are slimmer, and the team needs to win at relegation rival Freiburg to stave off its sixth demotion.
At the other end of the table, Schalke can qualify for the Champions League with a win against visiting Borussia Moenchengladbach.
Bayer Leverkusen hosts Stuttgart on Saturday, before Borussia Dortmund visits Werder Bremen on Sunday. Bremen is unbeaten at home in 10 games under Florian Kohfeldt.
League champion Bayern Munich hosts Eintracht Frankfurt for a rehearsal of the German Cup final between the sides, but its attention will be focused on Tuesday's Champions League semifinal match at Real Madrid after losing the first leg at home on Wednesday.
— By Ciaran Fahey in Munich
Juventus cannot afford to slip up in the Derby d'Italia at Inter Milan on Saturday, the day before Napoli visits Fiorentina.
The defending champions have seen their lead in Serie A dwindle to only one point in recent weeks, making this weekend's matches ever more crucial.
Fifth-place Inter is fighting to qualify for the Champions League, a point behind Roma and Lazio, which play Chievo Verona and Torino, respectively.
At the other end of the table, Benevento was mathematically relegated last week — despite a win at AC Milan — but a number of teams are battling to avoid joining it in Serie B next year.
Only four points separate the teams in 14th to 18th.
— By Daniella Matar in Milan
With four matches remaining in the French league, the only thing left to decide is who finishes in second place for an automatic place in the Champions League.
Monaco was favored to finish second a few weeks ago, but is under big pressure from Lyon and Marseille. They are only one point behind, with Lyon in third on goal difference.
Marseille has the more difficult route, because it is still in involved in Europe and has more matches to play than its rivals. Marseille is through to the semifinals of the Europa League and can qualify directly for the Champions League by winning the trophy.
But there may be some tired legs in Marseille's side for Sunday's trip to Angers.
The other two play on Saturday. Lyon will be seeking a seventh straight league win when it takes on Nantes and Monaco faces Amiens.
Paris Saint-Germain, which has already sealed the title and is still on track to reach 100 points, is at home against Guingamp on Sunday.
— By Jerome Pugmire in Paris
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