Valencia's forward Alvaro Negredo (L) vies with Celta Vigo's defender Jonny Castro during the Spanish league football match Valencia CF vs RC Celta de Vigo at the Mestalla stadium in Valencia on May 17, 2015. AFP PHOTO / JOSE JORDAN
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Almeria, Deportivo la Coruna, Eibar and Granada will fight it out to avoid the two remaining relegation places when the Spanish league season ends Saturday.The makeup of Spain's representatives in next season's Champions League will also be decided with Valencia and Sevilla still vying for fourth place, while Atletico Madrid need a point to secure third and avoid a tricky qualifier in August.Deportivo and Granada hold the advantage in the battle to avoid the drop as they lead Eibar and Almeria by two points.However, they both face tough tasks this weekend as Deportivo travel to champions Barcelona, while in-form Granada host Atletico.The Basque minnows have won just one of their last 19 La Liga games, but remain confident of surviving in their first ever season in the top flight with a little help from Barcelona and Atletico.
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