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Jonathan Jurejko

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  1. Post update

    Right, it is time for us to pack our bags and leave mainland Europe. We're done for the night. Here's a quick recap of today's jam-packed action....

    And make sure you join us tomorrow from 19:00 BST when it is derby day - in Milan. It'll be a cracker! Ciao.


    Juventus 2-0 Lazio


    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Defeat for Lazio means their place as Rome's leading club is under threat. Neighbours Roma can leapfrog them into second place by beating fourth-bottom Atalanta tomorrow.


    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Carlos Tevez should be smiling though - his team are now a whopping 15 points clear of their nearest rivals. The Old Lady can almost smell the cleaning polish on their fourth successive Scudetto.


    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Juventus Players

    Huge cheers around the Juventus Stadium as the full-time whistle is heard. Opening goalscorer Carlos Tevez is embraced by his team-mates - but he can't quite manage to crack a smile.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Lazio almost halve the deficit as Giorgio Chiellini's miskick allows Lazio striker Felipe Anderson to pounce. But Gigi Buffon comes to the rescue of his long-time colleague, saving Anderson's low shot with his legs.


    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Four minutes of stoppage time for Lazio to rescue an unlikely draw.


    Juventus 2-0 Lazio


    And now the Juventus fans are cheering even louder - because young Lazio midfielder Danilo Cataldi is given his marching orders. Cataldi cyncially swipes away the legs of Carlos Tevez as the Argentine tears away from him near the halfway line. Sending off? Not in my eyes. Booking? Would have been sufficient.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    The home fans are finding their voices as Juventus edge towards victory and a 15-point cushion over their nearest rivals.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio


    Carlos Tevez licks his lips as he stands over the resulting free-kick. He fancies this one. Ah, disappointing. The Argentine does not strike the ball cleanly and it crashes into the base of the Lazio wall.


    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    If Lazio are going to get anything from this match then it might be an idea to score pretty sharpish. However, the Roman side concede a free-kick about 30 yards out from their own goal...


    Juventus 2-0 Lazio


    And trying to latch on to Carlos Tevez's pass is Arturo Vidal's last piece of the action. Presumably with one eye on the midweek Champions League fixture against Monaco, the Chilean is sacrificed for Stefano Sturaro.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    The clock ticks down into the final 10 minutes as Juve striker Carlos Tevez, who has been rather quiet since the break, tries to make something happen. But he can't work enough space for a shot, then overhits a pass intended for team-mate Arturo Vidal.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Couple more touches of the ball for Juve keeper Gigi Buffon, who is the busier of the two goalkeepers. However, the Italy veteran has not really been fully stretched.


    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Young Lazio midfielder Danilo Cataldi has a bash from distance, trying to test Juve keeper Gigi Buffon in these tricky wet conditions. No danger for Buffon. He watches the shot drift wide of his right-hand post.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio


    Lazio are trying to make a fist of this match, winning a left-wing corner as they attempt to set up a humdinger of a finale. But they must do better with their set-pieces than this. The delivery fails to beat the first man and Juve regain possession.


    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Just under 20 minutes to go in Turin, and Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri decides to give the ageing legs of Andrea Pirlo a rest. The Italy veteran trudges off, with Roberto Pereyra stepping into his place.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    The rain is lashing down in Turin now as Lazio continue to press for a foothold in this game. Lucas Biglia tries his luck from distance and Juve keeper Gigi Buffon takes no chances with the greasy ball, palming down into the ground before recovering at the second attempt.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio


    Lazio midfielder Antonio Candreva stands over the ball, eyeing up the shot like a golfer lining up a winning putt. Pace or power? Power - and plenty of it! The Italy international hammers the ball towards Gigi Buffon's goal, forcing the veteran keeper into a strong punch over his bar.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Italian Serie A

    Now Lazio have an opportunity to create something. Juve defender Giorgio Chiellini is ruled to have deliberately handled right on the cusp of his own penalty area. Six inches further towards his goal and it would have been a penalty.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Juventus are controlling possession again, Andrea Pirlo pulling all the strings. How many times has that been written over the years? Neither side has created a decent chance in the last 10 minutes though.


    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Time for a change by Juventus. Italy striker Alessandro Matri is given a huge ovation as he departs, Spain striker Alvaro Morata getting the nod to replace him.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Italian Serie A

    Simple stuff so far for the defending champions. Juve lead thanks to first-half strikes from Carlos Tevez and Leandro Bonucci and appear to be taking their foot off the gas a little. The Old Lady play Monaco in the return leg of their Champions League quarter-final in midweek remember.

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    While the Real half of Madrid celebrates that less-than-convincing win against plucky Malaga, it is time for us to pop across the Mediterranean Sea.

    We are heading over to Italy where Serie A leaders Juventus lead 2-0 against second-place Lazio.

  25. Rampant Ronaldo

    Real Madrid 3-1 Malaga

    You have to see these numbers to believe them. Cristiano Ronaldo's late goal means he has racked up a half-century of strikes in each of the past five seasons. And it takes his overall tally to a barely-believable 302 goals in 291 appearances for Madrid...


    Real Madrid 3-1 Malaga

    A broad grin breaks across the chiselled face of Cristiano Ronaldo after the referee blows his whistle for the final time. Madrid match Barca's earlier win to move back within two points of the La Liga leaders.

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    Real Madrid 3-1 Malaga

    Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates wildly near the corner flag - and so he should! The tap-in is his 50th goal of the season across all competitions.

  28. GOAL

    Real Madrid 3-1 Malaga - Cristiano Ronaldo (90+1 mins)


    Game over. Madrid's persistence finally pays off as Cristiano Ronaldo taps in from inside the six-yard box. Great work by Javier Hernandez who sneaked behind the Malaga defence before squaring to his illustrious team-mate.


    Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

    The fourth official reliably informs us that there will be three minutes of added time...

  30. CLOSE!

    Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

    Plenty of anxious faces dotted around the Bernabeu as Malaga threaten to snatch a late leveller. A deep cross from the right is headed back into the mixer, but Nordan Amrabat cannot use his bulk to shift Sergio Ramos out of the way and head towards goal.


    Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

    Spanish La Liga


    Isco tries to drive forward from the halfway line, before being unceremoniously dumped to the grass by Malaga opponent Fernando Tissone. You can't do that. Tissone is booked for his efforts.

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    Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

    Spanish La Liga

    A few groans from the Bernabeu crowd as left-back Marcelo's cross-field pass evades both Dani Carvajal and James Rodriguez. I think they both left it for each other. Madrid will feel they need another goal to see off Malaga's challenge.

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    Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

    Spanish La Liga

    Substitute Ricardo Horta trots on for Malaga and his first task is to take the aforementioned free-kick. But he can't pick out a dark Malaga shirt - instead finding the head of Sergio Ramos who nods clear.

  34. TEN TO GO

    Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

    Ten minutes for Madrid to see out this match. Ten minutes for Malaga to nick at least a point. Which way is this game going to swing? It is still in the balance.

    Malaga win a free-kick when Toni Kroos sees yellow for a crude hack from behind. The ball is in a central(ish) position about 35 yards out....


    PSV 4-1 Heerenveen - PSV are champions

    Dutch Eredivisie

    PSV have won the Dutch Eredivisie title with five matches to spare. They sealed their 22nd championship with a 4-1 triumph over Heerenveen.

    It is the Eindhoven club's first Eredivisie title since 2007-08 and the 22nd title in their history.

  36. CLOSE!

    Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

    Cristiano Ronaldo steps back, takes a huge breath and then pauses for thought as he stands over a 25-yard free-kick. It is a tight angle - but he's confident enough to take on the shot. The ball dips and swerves towards the Malaga goal, requiring away keeper Carlos Kameni to beat it clear with a strong left hand.


    Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

    Madrid right-back Alvaro Arbeloa was one of the defenders who disappeared for Malaga's goal, now he is disappearing for the evening. The Spain international sees his number on the electronic board as Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti introduces Dani Carvajal in his place.

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    PSV 4-1 Heerenveen

    Dutch Eredivisie

    Party time in Eindhoven now. Luciano Narsingh makes it 4-1 and there are only a few minutes left. PSV are heading for their first title since 2008.

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    Juventus 2-0 Lazio

    Italian Serie A

    While it is not all plain sailing for Madrid, Juventus's evening is pretty straight forward. The Italian champions are still leading 2-0 as their clash against second-placed Lazio enters four minutes of stoppage time at the end of the first half.

  40. GOAL

    Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga - Juanmi (71 mins)

    Well, well, well. It is game (back) on! Malaga striker Juanmi is given the freedom of the Madrid box to nod Roberto Rosales's right-wing cross down into the net. Where was the Madrid defence? Only they know...

  41. GOAL

    Real Madrid 2-0 Malaga - James Rodriguez (69 mins)


    Pick your jaw up off the floor Cristiano Ronaldo - you have been bailed out by James Rodriguez. The Colombia attacking midfielder doubles Real Madrid's lead with an exquisite second goal. Rodriguez picks the ball up from deep, swaps neat passes with Cristiano Ronaldo, before lashing into the top right corner.


    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga


    Do not adjust your laptops and mobiles. It is true - Cristiano Ronaldo has missed a penalty. The Madrid forward thumps his low drive against the base of Malaga's right-hand post. He looks shellshocked...


    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    James Rodriguez goes tumbling in the Malaga box - and the referee does not hesitate in pointing to the penalty spot.

  44. CLOSE!

    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Malaga enjoy a sustained period of possession inside the Madrid half and almost force Iker Casillas into action with a clever set-piece. A left-wing corner is pulled back to the edge of penalty area where Arthur Boka hammers a stinging drive into a Madrid body. If Malaga had more cutting edge they would be dangerous....


    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    The Madrid medical men assess Modric's situation before telling Carlo Ancelotti to make a change or not. Will Modric return? Nope. Madrid take no risks, bringing on Asier Illarramendi in a straight swap for the Croatia central midfielder.

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    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga


    Another injury blow for Real Madrid - both for tonight and Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final against Atletico. Luka Modric seems to have landed awkwardly and has a problem with his knee. Madrid down to 10 men....

  47. GOAL

    Juventus 2-0 Lazio - Leandro Bonucci


    Oh my word - Alan Hansen would have a field day picking apart the Lazio defending for Juve's second goal. Home defender Leandro Bonucci is allowed the freedom of Turin to amble into the Lazio half and ping in a low strike. That is terrible defending....

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    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga


    Malaga midfielder Nordin Amrabat looks a bit of a handful. The Moroccan skins the backtracking Toni Kroos in the home box, only to send his low shot whistling past the post. And that chance comes moments after he supplies a dangerous cross which team-mate Juanmi can't turn goalwards.

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    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Plenty of field position for Madrid, but the Spanish giants are struggling to convert that into decent chances. Oh, here's one. Cristiano Ronaldo is allowed room to jump and meet Toni Kroos's right-wing free-kick, but the Portuguese superstar cannot keep his header down.

  50. GOAL

    Juventus 1-0 Lazio - Carlos Tevez


    Whenever Juventus score these days, it seems almost inevitable that Carlos Tevez will be the name that goes next to it. The ex-Manchester City striker - the top scorer in Serie A this season - sticks the leaders ahead with a crunching left-foot drive into the bottom corner.

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    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Is this an early opportunity for Malaga? No. The visitors win a free-kick in a promising position, about 35 yards out from the home net in a central position. But Sergi Darder's delivery is weak and the title chasers easily clear.

  52. KICK-OFF

    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Real Madrid's turn to kick things off - game on again in the Bernabeu. No changes in personnel for either side at the break.

    Madrid, remember, have already lost Gareth Bale to a calf injury suffered in the opening few minutes.

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    Juventus 0-0 Lazio

    Italian Serie A

    Almost a quarter of an hour gone in Turin - and it is still goalless.

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    PSV 3-1 Heerenveen

    Dutch Eredivisie

    It's half-time in Eindhoven and PSV can almost taste the champagne. They lead Heerenveen 3-1 knowing that the title will be theirs if they collect three points.

  55. Half-time stats

    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Real Madrid
  56. Stat attack

    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Cristiano Ronaldo has now provided 13 assists in La Liga this season, his best haul in a single league campaign (including both La Liga and the English Premier League).


    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Referee Inaki Bikandi is a punctual chap - he toots his whistle as soon as his stopwatch ticks into the 47th minute. And that means it is half-time at the Bernabeu.

    Madrid are probably just about worth their slender advantage - but it wasn't all smooth sailing. Sergi Darda should have bagged an equaliser just before the break (see 19:36).


    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Malaga boss Javi Gracia is having an animated discussion with the fourth official on the Bernabeu touchline. Not sure what he is unhappy about. Probably his side's finishing....

    Into the solitary minute of added time.

  59. Line-ups

    Juventus v Lazio (19:45 BST)

    Italian Serie A

    Juventus XI: Buffon, Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini, Padoin, Vidal, Pirlo, Marchisio, Evra, Tevez, Matri.

    Lazio XI: Marchetti, Basta, Cana, Mauricio, Braafheid, Cataldi, Biglia, Lulic, Felipe Anderson, Klose, Mauri.

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    Juventus v Lazio (19:45 BST)

    Italian Serie A

    Juventus can take another step towards the Serie A title with victory over second-placed Lazio.

    Massimiliano Allegri's team have won seven of their last eight matches but they were beaten in their last league outing - a surprise defeat by struggling Parma.

    Stefano Pioli's Lazio are looking to extend their 10-match unbeaten run and remain ahead of arch rivals Roma, who are a point behind them in third.

  61. CLOSE!

    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Come on - you have to hit the target! Malaga waste a glorious opportunity as Sergi Darder shanks wide of the Madrid goal with a left-foot shot from 10 yards out. Great play by rapid full-back Arthur Boka created the opportunity, as did a woeful clearance from Marcelo. Will they have a better sniff?

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    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Oh dear, Marcos Angeleri will not want to watch this one on the Spanish version of Match of the Day. The Malaga defender - who once had an undistinguished spell at Sunderland I believe - is totally kippered by Cristiano Ronaldo's quick body and mind. The Ballon d'Or winner is almost bundled off the boat by Angeleri before dragging the ball back and flicking it between his opponent's legs. One for the showboat reel.

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    PSV 3-1 Heerenveen

    Dutch Eredivisie

    PSV have restored their two-goal cushion against Heerenveen and it's that man Luuk De Jong again. It's a simple header at the back post from Jetro Willems' cross - the seventh time he has set up a goal for De Jong.

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    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Another minute, another Madrid chance. Home substitute Javier Hernandez belies his size to outjump the Malaga defence again - although he is helped by more slack marking - but cannot keep his header down.

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    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Real Madrid are waking up now. Carlos Kameni is needed by Malaga to drop sharpish to his right and push out James Rodriguez's stinging half-volley from 15 yards. Cracking save.

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    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga

    Spanish La Liga

    Malaga furiously appealed for an offside flag to be waved in the direction of Sergio Ramos after the opener - and they could be right. It is a very tight call, part of Ramos's body seems to be ahead of the Malaga line, but not much.

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    Elsewhere in the Eredivisie

    Dutch Eredivisie

    Two goals from Derrick Luckassen helped fourth-placed AZ beat ADO Den Haag 3-1. Nemanja Gudelj was also on target for AZ, while Wilson Eduardo had equalised for ADO.

    AZ's last six Eredivisie games have produced a total of 31 goals (5.17 per game on average).

  68. GOAL

    Real Madrid 1-0 Malaga - Sergio Ramos (24 mins)

    Sergio Ramos celebrates

    Ah, Malaga were holding their own. That was until they decide to leave Sergio Ramos - one of the world's finest goalscoring defenders - unmarked at a free-kick. The Spain centre-back ghosts into the six-yard box to volley in Cristiano Ronaldo's inswinging free-kick from near the left touchline.

  69. Post update

    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    No drama - Marcelo appears to be fine. That's good news for Madrid, who play city rivals Atletico in the Champions League on Wednesday remember. Back to tonight, and there is little goalmouth action to report. Malaga more than holding their own.

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    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    This is not going to plan for Carlo Ancelotti and Real Madrid. After Gareth Bale limped off earlier (see 19:05), left-back Marcelo is now down injured. The Brazil international seems to have hurt his thigh after flying into a block...


    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    Now it is Real Madrid's turn to go close to opening the scoring. James Rodriguez whips in an inviting free-kick from the left, which Javier Hernandez gratefully accepts. The little Mexican outjumps the Malaga defence to head goalwards, but Malaga keeper Carlos Kameni springs into action to acrobatically tip over the bar.

  72. CLOSE!

    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    Malaga are fancying this one! The seventh-placed side could - and perhaps should - have taken the lead inside the Bernabeu. Some slack marking from an away corner allows a Malaga head to sneak in at the far post and nod back into the danger zone. But a dark shirt cannot turn the ball goalwards. Let off for the home side...

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    PSV 2-1 Heerenveen

    Dutch Eredivisie

    Hang on. Better tell the trophy-engraver to hold off for a bit. Heerenveen have pulled a goal back through Joey van den Berg, so if PSV thought they were going to be allowed to cruise towards the title, they were mistaken.

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    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    Spanish La Liga

    Madrid keeper Iker Casillas feels leather on his gloves for the first time tonight. The veteran Spain international has to be lively on his toes to push over Nordin Amrabat's fierce drive.

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    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    Spanish La Liga

    First opportunity of the match falls to Malaga. on-loan Galatasaray midfielder Nordin Amrabat uses his brute strength to barge Pepe - no shrinking violet himself - off the ball and then cut back towards team-mate Samu Castillejo. But he cannot strike the ball cleanly and test Madrid keeper Iker Casillas.

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    PSV 2-0 Heerenveen

    Dutch Eredivisie

    Memphis Depay scores his 20th goal of the season to put champions-elect PSV 2-0 up against Heerenveen with 25 minutes played.

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    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    Spanish La Liga

    Gareth Bale

    Bale's enforced withdrawal has not stopped Madrid dominating possession, but it has ruined their gameplan. Javier Hernandez goes straight up front, with Cristiano Ronaldo seemingly dropping a little deeper. Madrid are yet to test the palms of Malaga keeper Carlos Kameni yet.

  78. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    Spanish La Liga

    Spanish football journalist Andy West on Twitter: "Must kill the conspiracy theorists to see that Bale was applauded off by Bernabeu & the first player to check whether he was ok was Ronaldo."

  79. Bale substituted

    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    Off goes Gareth Bale, straight down the Bernabeu tunnel with less than five minutes on the clock. He is replaced by Manchester United loanee Javier Hernandez, who netted in last weekend's 3-0 win over Eibar.

  80. Bale injured

    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    Gareth Bale sits injured

    Gareth Bale, grimacing in pain, is clutching the back of his left calf. Cristiano Ronaldo crouches down next to his team-mate, showing genuine concern as he asks the Welshman what the problem is. Bale's shift is over before it has barely started.

  81. Bale injured

    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    Man down! And it is Gareth Bale, who looks to be struggling. The Welshman pulls up in the Malaga half, then drops to the lush Bernabeu turf. Not looking good...

  82. KICK-OFF

    Real Madrid 0-0 Malaga

    Malaga have the honours - the men dressed in a dark away strip kick off proceedings on a mild night in the Spanish capital.

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    PSV 1-0 Heerenveen

    Dutch Eredivisie

    More from Opta Johan on Twitter: "Luuk de Jong has opened the score in an Eredivisie game for the eighth time this season, more than any other player."

    Maybe a Premier League club should make a move for him. Someone like Newcastle could do worse...

  84. LINE-UPS

    Real Madrid v Malaga (19:00 BST)

    Real Madrid: Casillas, Arbeloa, Pepe, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo, Kroos, Modric, Rodriguez, Isco, Bale, Ronaldo. Subs: Navas, Hernandez, Carvajal, Lucas Silva, Nacho, Jese, Illarramendi.

    Malaga: Kameni, Amrabat, Samuel, Juanmi, Recio, Angeleri, Rosales, Boka, S Sanchez, Castillejo, Darder.

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    Real Madrid v Malaga (19:00 BST)

    Cristiano Ronaldo and his Madrid chums are walking out to the Bernabeu, with hearty applause and that awful club anthem ringing in their ears. Both sets of players shake hands before scurrying into their respective halves to complete their final warm-ups. Almost show time...

  86. Luuk who's scoring now

    PSV 1-0 Heerenveen

    Dutch Eredivisie

    Well, that didn't take Jong. PSV, needing a win to seal the title, lead against Heerenveen thanks to Luuk de Jong's third-minute strike. Fire up the open-top bus.

  87. Casillas not waving goodbye yet

    Real Madrid v Malaga (19:00 BST)


    Think about a Real Madrid without long-serving keeper Iker Casillas. It's hard isn't it? Of course, the day when the 34-year-old waves goodbye will arrive in the not-too-distant future - but it won't be this summer.

    That's what Los Merengues manager Carlo Ancelotti insists anyway. And the Italian says he expects to remain at the Bernabeu along with Casillas next season.

    Spain international Casillas's future has been the subject of intense speculation - as has Ancelotti's.

    "Next season I see myself here with Casillas and all of the players who are doing well with Real Madrid," said the former Chelsea boss, whose contract expires at the end of next season.


    Deportivo 1-2 Atletico Madrid

    Spanish La Liga

    Defending champions Atletico hang on to to take three points with a win against Deportivo. Antoine Griezmann's double - his first a smart overhead kick - is enough for victory, despite Oriol Riera's late consolation for the hosts. Third-placed Atleti are four points behind Real Madrid, while Depor slip into the bottom three. They have not won in their last 10 matches.

  89. Carlo concerned by Malaga threat

    Real Madrid v Malaga (19:00 BST)

    Real Madrid

    Anyway, more of that lot later - back to the Bernabeu now. And Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is fully aware of the threat posed by seventh-placed visitors Malaga.

    "Malaga played very well against Atletico (last week), performing with a lot of intensity and quality," says the Italian. "They beat Barcelona at home and we need to focus on this match in order to win it."

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    PSV v Heerenveen (18:45 BST)

    Dutch Eredivisie

    Opta Johan on Twitter: "Heerenveen are the only Eredivisie side that PSV have met since January 2013 without taking three points in a game (D1 L3). Warning."

  91. Elsewhere around Europe

    While we will be focusing on the action at the Santiago Bernabeu tonight, there are two other title-defining games taking place in mainland Europe.

    Dutch leaders PSV Eindhoven will clinch their 22nd Eredivisie title if they beat Heerenveen at the Philips Stadion - and that match has just kicked off.

    A little later on, it is first v second in Italy as Juventus host Lazio at 19:45 BST. But it would be misleading to define Serie A as 'title race' - defending champions Juve are a whopping 12 points clear of their nearest rivals.

    So, with eight matches left to play, a home win will put the Old Lady within touching distance of a third straight title.

  92. Barca pile pressure on Madrid

    Real Madrid v Malaga (19:00 BST)

    Lionel Messi

    So how do Madrid find themselves five points adrift of La Liga leaders Barcelona? Because Luis Enrique's team beat Valencia in a 2-0 home win earlier today.

    Lionel Messi scored his 400th goal for Barcelona, after in-form Luis Suarez netted after 55 seconds, to take all three points.

    But it wasn't that straight forward - Barca needed keeper Claudio Bravo to save a Valencia penalty when the score was still 1-0.

    Read the full report here.

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    Elsewhere in La Liga

    Spanish La Liga

    Two goals from Antoine Griezmann have put Atletico Madrid in the driving seat at Deportivo La Coruna but a strike from Oriol Riera has given the hosts hope. There's about 10 minutes left to play.

  94. Madrid team news

    Real Madrid v Malaga (19:00 BST)

    And if you didn't believe Carlo Ancelotti's full undivided attention was focused on this game, then take a look at the Madrid teamsheet. Almost full-strength for Los Merengues, who are only missing France striker Karim Benzema through injury. That means Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez all start.

    Real Madrid XI: Casillas, Arbeloa, Pepe, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo, Kroos, Modric, Rodriguez, Isco, Bale, Ronaldo.

  95. Post update

    Real Madrid v Malaga (19:00 BST)

    Carlo Ancelotti

    "We have to put all of our energy into this game."

    Real Madrid may have a midweek Champions League quarter-final against Atletico Madrid coming up, but manager Carlo Ancelotti knows the Spanish giants cannot take their eye off the ball tonight. But has the Italian hammered home the message to his players?

    Any dropped points against Malaga will be catastrophic to Madrid's hopes of regaining La Liga from their neighbours. Ancelotti's side start the match five points behind leaders Barcelona.

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    Real Madrid

    The Santiago Bernabeu is an imposing place. From the iconic sign, to the corridors full of trophies, to the narrow fenced tunnel, to the steep stands packed with 90,000 Madristas, it is a stadium which can strike fear into the hearts of many opposing players.

    But Malaga, who beat Barcelona on their own Nou Camp patch in February, have proved they are a team inspired by the big occasion. Can they claim another mighty scalp and boost Barca's title bid?