La Liga Results 2016 Week 33: Final Scores, Latest Table and Odds After Saturday

Christopher Simpson@@CJSimpsonBRFeatured ColumnistApril 16, 2016

GETAFE, SPAIN - APRIL 16:  James Rodriguez (2ndL) of Real Madrid CF celebrates scoring their fourth goal with teammates Lucas Vazquez (L), Jese Rodriguez (3dL), Marcelo (3dR), Francisco Roman Alarcon alias Isco and Nacho Fernandez (R) during the La Liga match between Getafe CF and Real Madrid CF at Coliseum Alfonso Perez on April 16, 2016 in Getafe, Spain.  (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images)
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Real Madrid thrashed Getafe, 5-1, away from home to pile the pressure on their La Liga rivals on Saturday as they moved ahead of Atletico Madrid and just one point behind Barcelona.

Meanwhile, Eibar beat Real Sociedad to eliminate any fears of relegation, and Sporting Gijon claimed what could be a valuable point against the in-form Las Palmas. 

In Saturday's final match, Celta Vigo gained just one point on Villarreal in fourth place after Real Betis held them to a draw.

Here are all the scores thus far in Week 33, complete with the updated standings and the latest title odds after Real's win:

La Liga Week 33 Results
HomeScoreAway
Getafe1-5Real Madrid
Las Palmas1-1Sporting Gijon
Eibar2-1Real Sociedad
Celta Vigo1-1Real Betis
BBC Sport
Latest Title Odds
TeamOdds
Barcelona1-10
Real Madrid12-1
Atletico Madrid12-1
Oddschecker
La Liga Table
RTeamPWDLGFGAGDPts
1Barcelona3224448727+6076
2Real Madrid3323649830+6875
3Atletico Madrid3223455416+3873
4Villarreal3217964126+1560
5Celta Vigo33158104653-753
6Athletic Club32156115040+1051
7Sevilla32139104539+648
8Malaga321011113029+141
9Eibar33118144549-441
10Real Sociedad33118144144-341
11Las Palmas33117153845-740
12Real Betis33911133046-1638
13Deportivo La Coruna3271694147-637
14Valencia32910133639-337
15Espanyol33106173462-2836
16Rayo Vallecano32710154364-2131
17Granada3279163357-2430
18Sporting Gijon3378183354-2129
19Levante3377193056-2628
20Getafe3377192961-3228
WhoScored.com

 

Los Blancos Close in on Barcelona

Madrid knew a win would put them firmly back in the title race after Barca's recent struggles, and a comprehensive team performance saw five different scorers find the net.

Karim Benzema was the first to find the net just before the half-hour mark, capping Real's excellent start by tucking home James Rodriguez's ball over the top with aplomb. As Squawka Football revealed, the goal was a significant milestone for the striker:

Isco doubled their tally before half-time after playing an excellent one-two with the Frenchman and finishing well with the outside of his right foot, and Bale made it three five minutes into the second half when he raced onto Benzema's through ball and picked out the bottom corner.

The Guardian's Sid Lowe noted the comfort with which Los Merengues were winning:

Pablo Sarabia pulled back a consolation late on for Getafe with a sublime strike from outside the box into the top cornerjust their third goal in 12 matches.

Real added two more goals late on to finish the rout, with Rodriguez evading a defender well before side-footing in and Cristiano Ronaldo netting a tap-in, his 31st league goal of the campaign. Football journalist Dermot Corrigan noted the significance of the result for both sides:

It was looking like a long afternoon for Sporting after Las Palmas took the lead through Pedro Bigas' excellent header just three minutes into their match in Gran Canaria, but Jony replied shortly after the restart to earn them a draw.

As Lowe noted, it may not be enough to save them:

They remain in the bottom three but are now just one point behind Granada, who play Atletico on Sunday.

Eibar came from behind to beat La Real in the Basque derby after David Zurutuza gave the visitors the lead with this stunning effort, per La Liga:

Sergi Enrich benefited from a huge slice of luck when he saw his header deflect in off Diego Reyes, and he turned into a provider for Gonzalo Escalante to head home the winner. La Liga writer Andrew Gaffney believes the Armeros deserve their place in the league next season:

Alfred N'Diaye's 24th-minute strike gave Betis the lead at Balaidos before Pablo Hernandez pulled Celta level with 12 minutes of normal time remaining, but the hosts could not grab a late winner to close the gap on Villarreal.

Villarreal face Rayo Vallecano on Sunday and stand an excellent chance of consolidating their UEFA Champions League position—Los Franjirrojos have won just two of their last 10 matches.