NEWS | 19/05/2017 | Antonio M. LealThe Whites have recorded six wins and a draw in this sequence.
Real Madrid bring the curtain down on their 2016/17 LaLiga campaign against Málaga, with the club's recent record in fixtures played on the final matchday of the season making for very encouraging reading. The Whites are currently riding a seven-season unbeaten streak in the last league game of the season, boasting a record of six straight wins and a draw. The solitary stalemate came when Madrid shared the spoils against Málaga at La Roselada back in May 2010 (1-1), a result which marked the beginning of this run.
Since then, Real Madrid have got the better of Almería, Mallorca, Osasuna, Espanyol, Getafe and Deportivo in their final outings of the campaign. In the goal stakes, the madridistas have netted 29 times and have been breached on nine occasions. Meanwhile, this year will once again see the team sign off for the season away from home, after last term was concluded with a 2-0 success at Riazor.