Real Madrid rest starters but still rout Granada 4-0

Real Madrid's back-ups have eased to 4-0 win at relegated Granada as coach Carlo Ancelotti rested most of his top players to avoid costly injures before the Champions League final.

Defender Antonio Rudiger was the only first-choice player who Ancelotti started for a Spanish league game that was inconsequential for either side.

Madrid clinched their 36th Spanish league title last weekend and are now fully focused on the European Cup final against Borussia Dortmund on June 1 in London after eliminating Bayern Munich on Wednesday.

Granada didn't have much to play for either after Mallorca's 1-0 win at Las Palmas meant the team from southern Spain were relegated.

Granada are 19th and join bottom side Almeria in going down to the second division. Cadiz are in danger of becoming the third team to drop.

Little-used left back Fran García scored and assisted Turkish teenager Arda Guler on another in the first half. Brahim Díaz made his case for some playing time against Dortmund after the creative forward scored two second-half goals.

Thibaut Courtois was back in goal for his second appearance of the season after he recovered from an ACL tear and a knee injury.

Ancelotti said on Friday he has yet to decide if Courtois or Andriy Lunin, who has played most of the season, will be his pick against Dortmund.

Luka Modric and Eduardo Camavinga, players with real chances to see minutes in the Champions League final, also started.

"My goal is to arrive to the final with the entire team in peak form, and I think we will do that," Ancelotti said.

Ancelotti and Madrid players will celebrate their league title with supporters in central Madrid on Sunday.

Fifth-placed Athletic Bilbao needed an added-time goal against visiting Osasuna to salvage a 2-2 draw, dropping points in their fight for a top-four finish and Champions League berth.

The Copa del Rey champions were five points behind fourth-placed Atletico Madrid before they host Celta Vigo on Sunday.

Asier Villalibre equalised for Athletic on one of the last kicks of the game when Osasuna goakeeper Sergio Herrera spilled a cross after colliding with a teammate.

Alexander Sorloth scored his second goal with a stoppage-time header to snatch Villarreal a 3-2 comeback win over Sevilla.

The victory kept alive Villarreal's chances of catching Real Betis in seventh place and securing the Europa Conference League spot.