Europe’s major leagues are entering their final few weeks, with titles close to being clinched in some countries and tight races at the top in others. In Germany, Bayern Munich have been the dominant force in recent years, but this season they are not top of the table with five games to go. However, they went two points clear on Sunday with a 2-0 win over Hertha Berlin after Borussia Dortmund drew 1-1 at Bochum on Friday. Union Berlin and Freiburg both sit six points off top but would need a lot to go their way to overtake the top two. In Italy, Napoli are just one point away from clinching their first Serie A title since 1990. In France, Paris St-Germain’s questionable form means the Ligue 1 title race is not over yet, with Marseille and Lens both still in contention. Meanwhile, Barcelona are closing in on a first La Liga title since 2019, needing to win three of their final six games to be assured of the title. Real Madrid’s focus is elsewhere, with their next game being the Spanish Cup final against Osasuna on Saturday (21:00), followed by a Champions League semi-final against Manchester City.