LaLiga has announced the kick-off times for the final round of fixtures of the Primera División season, to be played between Friday 19 and Sunday 21 May.
Barcelona, Real Madrid play on Sunday at 20:00
Title rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona will close out the 2016/17 LaLiga campaign, with both in action at 20:00 CEST on the Sunday evening.
European places sorted out on Sunday at 16:45
The teams battling it out for LaLiga's Champions League and Europa League slots are in action earlier that day, with four games scheduled for 16:45.
Third-placed Atlético host Athletic Club, who are in sixth, and Sevilla, who occupy the final Champions League berth, face Osasuna in Andalusia.
Villarreal, presently lying in fifth position, travel to Valencia and seventh-placed side Real Sociedad take on Celta Vigo at Balaídos.
Teams fighting relegation feature on Saturday at 17:00
The relegation dogfight sees three fixtures scheduled for 17:00 on the Saturday: Deportivo La Coruña-Las Palmas, Sporting Gijón-Real Betis and Leganés-Alavés.
Deportivo, Leganés and Sporting are all tussling to avoid being the final team to lose their top-flight status this term, with Granada and Osasuna already down.
Granada begin the matchday on the Friday night with a home match against mid-table Espanyol, who also have nothing to play for.
LaLiga week 38 fixtures: dates and times
Friday 19 May
20:45: Granada vs Espanyol
Saturday 20 May
17:00: Deportivo vs Las Palmas
17:00: Sporting Gijón vs Real Betis
17:00: Leganés vs Alavés
Sunday 21 May
16:45: Celta Vigo vs Real Sociedad
16:45: Sevilla vs Osasuna
16:45: Valencia vs Villarreal
16:45: Atlético Madrid vs Athletic Club
20:00: Málaga vs Real Madrid
20:00: Barcelona vs Eibar