The final two match-days in La Liga will go on after the week-long Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) suspension and players’ union (AFE) strike were lifted by Spain’s high court.
The RFEF had suspended the end of the season while the AFE decided to go on a strike action over a TV rights dispute.
The AFE had moved to strike from May 16 because it is unhappy with a new law mandating collective bargaining for the sale of rights to show soccer on television, prompting a challenge by the National Professional Football League (LFP), which runs Spain’s top two professional divisions.
With action leaving the courts to the pitches, Barcelona can win the title on Sunday, with a game to spare, if they beat current champions, Atletico Madrid.
They are four points ahead of second place Real Madrid on the log.
The Copa del Rey final will also go ahead as planned on May 30 and Barca, who have also reached the Champions League final where they will take on Juventus, face Athletic Bilbao at the Camp Nou.