Will Real Madrid be champion this Thursday in Spain?

Real Madrid is going this Thursday for its number 34 in Spanish football, when it receives the dangerous eleven of Villarreal, at the Alfredo di Stéfano stadium, in the Iberian capital.

On date 37 of the championship, the LaLiga as it is known, Zinedine Zidane's merengues will achieve it with a victory of their own or a defeat for Barcelona at the hands of the visitor Osasuna, which no longer plays anything in the tournament. Those of Villarreal, for their part, need a point to secure themselves in the Europa League, so they will give away nothing.

It turns out that the Whites have 83 points and the Catalans are 79. The former are so comfortable that they could even lose this Thursday and secure the crown next Sunday, with a victory by visitors against the weak Leganés, who is in the relegation zone to the Second Division.

Another variant is that Real Madrid tie the two remaining games. With those matches, it would be the champion, even if Barza won both of their matches. So the white celebration seems like a matter of time.

Two of Madrid's great stars, Sergio Ramos and Karim Benzema, would get their titles 22 and 19 respectively, eleven of them with Zizou in command in his four years. Benzema has 19 goals and is second behind Lionel Messi, who has 22, in the fight for the scoring lead, known as Pichichi.