Spain's two in-form teams don't come from Barcelona or Madrid, yet Barça, Real and Atletico are looking closely at the pair behind them who are closing the gap.
Valencia and Sevilla, who are fourth and fifth with firm Champions League ambitions, meet on Sunday night at the Mestalla in a game layered with intrigue and ego. The clubs, from Spain's third and fourth largest cities, have both won four and drawn one of their last five league games. Valencia ended Real Madrid's 22-match winning run while Sevilla, the reigning Europa League holders, have won nine from their last ten.
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