Real Sociedad's Jose Angel Valdes, celebrates a goal for his team after scoring against FC Barcelona, during their Spanish League soccer match, at Anoeta stadium in San Sebastian, Spain, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)
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Barcelona will be looking to rebound from a demoralizing loss at Real Sociedad when they host Almeria.The three Madrid forwards have combined to score 70 goals in all competitions to make Madrid the title favorites.Atletico lost at Osasuna 3-0 to slip three points behind Madrid, and another loss will all but keep them from breaking a Madrid-Barcelona monopoly on the league that has lasted a decade.Atletico have lost twice in three games since they went to the top the league for the first time since 1996 .CHAMPIONS LEAGUE HUNT With Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico looking almost certain to finish in the top three, that leaves one qualifying place left for next year's Champions League.Athletic Bilbao have held fourth place for a good chunk of the season, with Sociedad and Villarreal only four points behind the Basques.
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