Atletico extend their advantage at the top of the table from one to three points over Real while Barcelona, who now have a game in hand after winning the Copa del Rey final on Saturday, are five points back.
The federation confirmed local media reports to The Associated Press on Friday that it has put forward Sevilla’s La Cartuja Stadium as an alternative to Bilbao’s San Mamés.
A second-half double from Ivan Rakitic and Papu Gomez snatched a 4-3 victory for Sevilla, who twice had to come from behind at Balaidos.
Marcos Acuna headed in the winner for Sevilla at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, with Atletico's grip on first place loosening even further and their in-form rivals primed to take advantage.
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Bono went up for a corner in injury-time and finished brilliantly with his left foot at the end of a mad scramble in the area to earn Sevilla a point.
Barcelona have endured political turmoil and indifferent form to close the gap with LaLiga leaders Atletico Madrid whose form is on the wane.
En-Nesyri scored his 15th league goal of the season just before the break before Franco Vazquez ensured the victory with a late effort.
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Champions League: Erling Braut Haaland double fires Dortmund into quarter-final with 5-4 aggregate win over Sevilla
Haaland, the man of the match, is the competition's top-scorer this season with 10 goals in six games.
Borussia Dortmund concerns over star striker Erling Haaland possibly missing Sevilla’s visit were eased on Monday when the Norwegian could take a full part in training.
Lionel Messi set up both goals in Pamplona as Jordi Alba hammered home in the first half before the 18-year-old Ilaix Moriba came off the bench to curl in an impressive shot late in the second.
Copa del Rey: Martin Braithwaite scores winner as Barcelona beat Sevilla in extra-time, progress to final
Barcelona will face either Athletic Bilbao or Levante, who are 1-1 in their semi-final, in the final on 17 April in Seville.
Barcelona looked dead and buried a few weeks ago but this was their ninth win out of 10 in LaLiga, a surge that has put them back in contention.
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