Westfield Matildas starlet Alex Chidiac is on the brink of La Liga Femenina glory with Atletico Madrid.
Chidiac’s Atletico require a point from Sunday evening’s (9pm kick-off AEST) trip to sixth-placed Sociedad to seal their third straight league title.
Second-placed Barcelona need to beat Granadilla Tenerife and hope Atleti lose in order to make up the current three-point deficit and steal the title away on the final day.
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The 20-year-old midfielder joined the Spanish giants on July 2018, relocating more than 17,500km away to become the first Australian to play for Madrid.
Formerly of Adelaide United and Melbourne City – with whom she was a Westfield W-League double winner in the club’s inaugural 2015/16 campaign – Chidiac has scored three goals in 19 appearances this season.
Atleti, coached by Jose Luis Sanchez, also have a Copa de la Reina (Women’s Spanish Cup) final to look forward to - also against Sociedad - on May 12, kick-off 4:30am AEST.
They took out that title in 2015/16 but have lost the Cup final in each of the last two years.
Meanwhile, Westfield Matildas teammate Aivi Luik concludes her campaign with Levante away to Sevilla, kick-off at 9pm AEST.
Levante are confirmed to finish third on the table.