Real Madrid wideman Marcelo knows every game will be a test from now on as the Primera Division title race comes to its climax. Madrid head to Real Mallorca on Wednesday on the back of a last-gasp 3-2 win over Osasuna which Marcelo admitted was tougher than they had expected. With Mallorca in fourth chasing Champions League football and a point for Madrid still to make up on Barcelona at the top of the table, Marcelo knows life is not going to get any easier. ,,We don,t have any more easy matches,,, Marcelo told the club,s official website. ,,We knew the Osasuna game would be tough, but not as bad as it was and that we would have to stage a comeback. We have three games left and we will do our best so as to not have to relive the situation we experienced last night. ,,The toughest game left is the next one against Mallorca because they are fighting for a berth in next season,s Champions League. We are working hard to win La Liga. ,,We will play our heart and souls out to win all three matches. We just hope Barcelona slip up. All we can do is wait and see what happens.,, Madrid will know in advance if Barcelona have indeed slipped up as they face relegation-threatened Tenerife 24 hours earlier. Tenerife are fighting for their Primera Division lives - in the bottom three but level with fourth-bottom Malaga on points - and Barca winger Pedro is expecting a battle. Barcelona won the return fixture 5-0 back in January and, with points likely to be hard to come by at the Nou Camp, Tenerife will be hoping Malaga slip up at Athletic Bilbao, still fighting for European football in eighth, on Wednesday. Also on Wednesday, Sevilla will hope to take Mallorca,s place in the top four when they head to Racing Santander, Real Valladolid,s relegation scrap continues at Europa League finalists Atletico Madrid. Osasuna host Deportivo La Coruna and Espanyol travel to Real Zaragoza. Tuesday could see the Primera Division,s first relegation of the season should Xerez lose at third-placed Valencia and Tenerife claim an unlikely win, while Villarreal and Getafe continue their bids for European football. Villarreal travel to Almeria while Getafe host Sporting Gijon with the Yellow Submarine in sixth place - the final Europa League spot - just a point ahead of the Madrid side. Villarreal are looking to bounce back from Saturday,s 4-1 home defeat by league leaders Barcelona, and Joseba Llorente is aware time is running out. The striker said: ,,In no time the season ends and what we must try to do is to win on Tuesday, as it would be very important. It,s important that we keep that distance from other teams, but we are clear that what we must do is win our games.,, ???? ??????? ???????? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????? ???????? ?????? ??? ??????? ?? ?????? ?????? ???????? ? ??? ??? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ??????? ?????? ????????? ??? ????? ?????? 8 ???? ?? ???? ?????? 21:00 ?????? ??????? ( 22.00 ?????? ??? ??????? ) . ????? ??? ??? ??????? ??? ?????? : ?????? ??????? ??????? ???? ?????? ??? ??????? ??????? ??????? ?? ???? ???????? ??????? , ????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?? ???? ??????? ???????? . ?????? ???? ????????? ( ?????? ????? ? ??????? ????? ???????? ????? , ??? ?????? ??????? ??????? ? ???????? ???????? , ??????? ???????? ? ????? ????? ?????? , ???????? ???????? , ?????????? ???????? ) . ???? ??????? ??? ?? ??????? ??? ?????? ??????? ??????? ??????? 36 ????? ????? ??? ?? ???????? ??? ?????? ??????? ???????? ( ?????? 20.00 ?????? ??????? ) ?????? ??????? ???? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ( ?????? 22.00 ?????? ??????? )


 
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