A remarkable six teams are fighting it out against relegation going into the last game of the LaLiga season as Gameweek 377 brings an end to three of European football’s major top flights.
There is not much to play for at the top of LaLiga - Osasuna and Athletic Bilbao are level on points competing for a Europa Conference League spot - but Celta Vigo, Almeria, Valencia, Getafe and Cadiz are all flirting dangerously with relegation, with Valladolid occupying the final relegation spot.
101 Great Goals has looked at the data to see which players you should consider picking for the week ahead in your Sorare LaLiga team, analysing the most in-form players judging by their last five average scores and looked at who each player is to come up against in the next gameweek to suggest who you should pick in your side.
Jeremias Ledesma - vs Elche (a)
Cadiz have dragged themselves (almost) clear of the bottom three with their recent form and will look to complete the great escape this weekend. Two wins in their last three matches - something only Getafe can match - means they go into the final Gameweek of the season with their destiny in their own hands and two points clear of Valladolid. Cadiz have one of the poorer defensive records in the bottom half of the league, but Ledesma has been in great form in the run-in. He has scores of 62, 62 and 79 in his last three matches and with a game to come against the bottom club, they may fancy their chances of a clean sheet.
Gaya - vs Betis (a)
Valencia are one of the teams in trouble, needing a win on the final day to be sure of their survival and with a daunting trip to Betis to close out the campaign. They have lost just once in their last five matches and won two of those matches to suggest they have enough about them to escape relegation, and Gaya’s form has been crucial in that run of form. With scores of 79, 69 and 87 in his last three he is a man in form and assisted a goal and made a last-ditch tackle in the last outing to give Valencia fans hope that they at least have one man to rely on.
Luis Milla - vs Valladolid (a)
One of the huge clashes at the bottom of the table sees 18th-placed Valladolid take on Milla’s Getafe, with both sides knowing the winner takes it all and will be safe - potentially at the expense of the opposition. Milla will be an important cog in the Getafe midfield have played the last two games after four out, and scoring 64 and 66. He claimed his third assist of the season in the win over Osasuna last weekend and will be looking to continue his recent run in a huge game.
Nicolas Jackson - vs Atletico (h)
The form of Jackson has been crucial in Villarreal’s recent run of form, with five wins in seven securing them a top five finish and only their most recent defeat bringing an end to their hopes of Champions League qualification. Jackson had a remarkable six scores in a row of over 60, going 60, 77, 60, 87, 92 and 88 for a stunning L5 of 73. In total he has eight goals in his last eight games and despite a tough final game of the season, will want to add to his overall tally of 12 for the campaign.