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La Liga: FC Barcelona vs Malaga CF: Predict the Score

A chance to predict the score of Barcelona's final match of the season, as the Blaugrana prepare to host Manuel Pellegrini's Malaga at the Camp Nou

Manuel Queimadelos Alonso

Barcelona wrapped up the 2010-2011 La Liga season against Malaga, securing their 96th point of the season with a comfortable 3-1 win at La Rosaleda. Of course, on that night Barcelona were resting a number of key first-team players ahead of their UEFA Champions League final against Manchester United which would be contested a week later at Wembley Stadium; yet the "kids" still got the job done, as goals from Bojan, Ibrahim Afellay and Marc Bartra overturned Seba Fernandez' 31st minute opener. Tonight however, Tito Vilanova is expected to field a strong line-up as he chases Jose Mourinho's and Real Madrid's 100 point La Liga record. A win tonight would equal that milestone, just a season after it was set; and take some of the gloss off of Mourinho's reign with Spain's capital club; a win would be a perfect way to end this season.

And a win would also be the perfect way to end Eric Abidal's career with the club - in his six years at the Camp Nou, the Frenchman won a staggering 15 trophies, including four La Liga titles and two UEFA Champions League medals. While many may not agree with the decision to let Abidal leave the club this summer, it should be a fitting - if emotional end - to his illustrious tenure with the club. The same could apply to Victor Valdes and/or David Villa, although at present, there is nothing concrete to suggest that either are definitively on their way out of the club. Of course Malaga will be saying goodbye as well; goodbye to coach Manuel Pellegrini, goodbye to Joaquin who looks set to join Borja Valero and Giuseppe Rossi at Fiorentina, and goodbye to Isco, who seems certain to leave the club this summer as well.

So, who will get the three points? Will Barcelona reach that 100 point milestone, or will Malaga crash the party and escape the Camp Nou with a share of the spoils? Predict the score of tonight's match by voting in our poll, and commenting with your prediction in the comments section below. Best of luck!

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