The Spanish Primera Division title appears to be going down to the wire after Atletico Madrid won their La Liga match against Granada on Sunday, while leaders Barcelona collapsed 2-1 against Valencia at the Camp Nou.
Atletico cruised past Granada at the Calderon Stadium, winning 3-0 as Fernando Torres' goal streak continued for the UEFA Champions League semi-finalists.
Real Madrid's 5-1 deconstruction of Getafe on Saturday keeps them firmly in the title picture as manager Zinedine Zidane breathes life into his Galactico contingent.
Here's a full look at Sunday's results from Spain, the latest standings and the updated odds to win La Liga, provided by Oddschecker:
|La Liga Week 33 Results After Sunday's Matches|
|Sevilla||1-1||Deportivo La Coruna|
|La Liga Standings: Week 33|
|13||Deportivo La Coruna||33||7||17||9||42||48||-6||38|
|Latest La Liga Winners Odds|
Atletico Profit As Barca Fail
Diego Simeone's team saw their title chances take a boost in the arm as they comfortably beat Granada at home, while Barcelona lost against Valencia.
Atleti and Real are going to push the treble winners all the way, with only a single point separating the three teams.
Koke was once again a huge influence for Simeone, as the midfielder opened the scoring after 15 minutes.
The talent was assisted by Torres, who has grown in stature during the title run-in as he mimics his form from previous seasons.
Torres made it 2-0 on the hour mark to all but kill the contest, tucking his shot into the bottom corner with a predatory finish; Koke returned the favour with a smart assist, threading the striker through.
Angel Correa solidified the result—grabbing a third for Atleti on the night as Granada capitulated in typical fashion.
The Champions League official Twitter feed highlighted the Madrid club's current form, as well as the scoring run of Torres:
Barca saw their odds fall to as short as 4-7 on Sunday night as they dramatically lost against a recovering Valencia outfit that shone in Catalonia.
The departure of former manager Gary Neville has sparked a fresh run of form, and they could have won the game by a bigger margin after completing a famous 2-1 victory.
An Ivan Rakitic own goal broke the deadlock for Los Che after the midfielder diverted the ball home before Santi Mina doubled the visitors' lead on half-time.
Barca appeared to have the title wrapped up a number of weeks ago, but that perception has been shattered. The leaders have taken their eyes off the prize, and if they maintain their current form, the Primera Division crown will be returning to the capital city.