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La Liga News: 11 May 2015; Sevilla Held by Celta Vigo, Villarreal Secure Europa League Place

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Casillas intent on staying put | Football Espana
Iker Casillas has reportedly made it clear to Real Madrid that he wishes to stay put until his contract expires in 2017. The goalkeeper regained his first-choice status at the start of the season, but his relationship with the Santiago Bernabeu faithful has been strained for some time, as seen by his gesticulations to the crowd after Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Valencia.

Real Madrid blink first in title battle - ESPN FC
Barcelona were not at their free-flowing best at home to Real Sociedad on Saturday afternoon, but a Neymar header and then late bicycle-kick from substitute Pedro Rodriguez was enough to see off the spirited challenge of David Moyes' side.

Real Madrid said goodbye to Liga title v Valencia - Carvajal - ESPN FC
Dani Carvajal believes Real Madrid have said "goodbye to the league" after their 2-2 draw at home to Valencia. Goals from Pepe and Isco saw Real fight back from two goals down against Valencia but Carlo Ancelotti's side were unable to find a winner. The result, coupled with Barcelona's 2-0 win over Real Sociedad, sees Los Blancos four points behind their rivals with two matches of the Liga season to play.

Sevilla held by Celta Vigo | Sky Sports Football
Kevin Gameiro had given them an early lead with an eighth-minute strike, but Celta, who dominated possession, kept plugging away and got their reward with a controversial penalty claim when Charles tumbled - not for the first time - and Santi Mina tucked the spot-kick away just before the hour mark.

Villarreal claim narrow 1-0 victory over Elche | Sky Sports Football
Villarreal secured sixth position in the Primera Division after scraping past Elche 1-0 at El Madrigal. Joel Campbell's goal after 26 minutes secured a Europa League spot for Marcelinho's side, and leaves them eight points clear of their nearest challengers with just two games to go.

Malaga boost European hopes by beating Almeria | Sky Sports Football
Malaga boosted their chances of playing European football next season with a 2-1 win at Almeria which plunged their fellow Andalusians into deep trouble. Jose Manuel Casado put the ball through his own net to give the visitors the lead after 22 minutes but Thomas Partey levelled for Almeria on the half hour mark, only for Javi Guerra to restore Malaga's lead midway through the second half.

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