Getafe: Moyà; Valera, Fede
Fernández, Rafa, Mané; Xavi Torres, Michel (Alvaro Vázquez
73'); Pedro León, Abdel Barrada (Sarabia 91'), Diego Castro; Lafita.
Rayo: Rubén; Arbilla, Gálvez, Jordi Figueras, Nacho; Javi Fuego, Trashorras; Franco Vázquez (Alberto Perea 78'), Piti (Lass 69'), José Carlos; Chori Domínguez (Delibasic 87'). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 48. Rafa. Got above defence to head Pedro León corner in on near post.
1-1. 53. Chori Domínguez. Picked up through ball and rounded Moyà to score.
1-2. 90. Diego Castro (own goal). Turned Lass centre in to own net trying to clear.
Yellow cards: Michel 12', Valera 18', Fede Fernández 23', Arbilla 30', José Carlos 36', Jordi Figueras 40', Franco Vázquez 44', Lafita 66', Nacho 67', Diego Castro 82'.
Rayo Vallecano are now five points clear of Sevilla in eighth place after they beat local rivals Getafe 1-2, and they still have a chance to pip Betis for seventh spot if results go in their favour on the last day. Paco Jémez's side almost went ahead when Moyà pushed a Trashorras free kick on to the bar before the break, but a couple of minutes after the restart Rafa headed the locals in to the lead from a Pedro León corner. León fired a shot just wide soon afterwards, but play went up the other end, and Chori Domínguez made it all square on the breakaway. Rubén did well to tip a Lafita header over the bar and then kept out Diego Castro and Alvaro, and Moyà responded with a double save from Lass and Trashorras. But with a draw seemingly on the cards Diego Costa inexplicably turned a cross from Lass past his own keeper, handing a victory to the old rivals. Bragging rights to Rayo as Madrid's third best side, and whether they play in Europe or not next season now depends on the courts.