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La Liga News: 5 April 2015; Sevilla Win Sixth Straight Game, Atletico Madrid Finally Win on the Road

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Atletico Madrid ease to 2-0 victory at bottom side Cordoba | Sky Sports Football
The French striker won the ball back in the Cordoba half to open the scoring inside five minutes, and then Saul marked his return from injury with a headed goal shortly before half-time, and the Andalusians could do little to prevent a 10th straight defeat. Atletico move on to 62 points thanks to the win to keep a four-point distance with Sevilla in fifth spot, while Cordoba remain languishing at the foot of the table, last picking up a point on January 16.

Six wins on the bounce for Sevilla after 2-0 win over Athletic Bilbao | Sky Sports Football
Vidal pounced on a defensive lapse by the visitors to put his side ahead inside three minutes before Bacca demonstrated his physical presence to double the hosts' advantage midway through the first half. A fourth La Liga win in a row ensured Unai Emery's side kept the pressure on fellow Champions League chasers Atletico Madrid and Valencia, as well as bringing an end to Athletic's five-game winning streak.

Muniain set for long spell out? | Football Espana
Athletic Bilbao star Iker Muniain could be set for a long spell on the sidelines after he was stretchered off with a suspected knee injury against Sevilla. The winger came off worse for wear from a collision with Ever Banega on 42 minutes at the Sanchez Pizjuan on Saturday, appearing to twist his left knee in the process, and was seen leaving the pitch in agony.

Malaga suffer Euro blow | Sky Sports Football
Malaga's European hopes suffered a setback as their conceded a late equaliser to draw 1-1 at home to Real Sociedad on Saturday night. Ruben Pardo earned the visitors a point seven minutes from time, cancelling out Recio's header 10 minutes into the second half.

Levante move five points clear of relegation zone with 4-1 victory over Almeria | Sky Sports Football
Barral opened the scoring after 17 minutes and then, after his strike partner Victor Casadesus doubled the lead, notched his second to make it 3-0 eight minutes after the break. Almeria defender Sebastian Dubarbier was then sent off for picking up a second booking but Tomer Hemed gave the hosts brief hope when he scored from the penalty spot. However, Barral soon ended any chance of a fightback by completing his treble.