La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid offered some hope to Real Madrid and Barcelona of getting back into the title race after they could only draw 1-1 at Levante on Wednesday.
The game, postponed from the start of the season, offered Atletico the chance to move further away from nearest challengers Real Madrid but Diego Simeone's side dropped points for the second time in three games.
They are still in the driving seat for a first title since 2014, leading Real by six points - with a game in hand - and Barcelona by nine points, but the chasers will hope for a similar outcome at the weekend when the sides meet again at the Wanda Metropolitano.
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Levante, who shocked Real 2-1 last month, went ahead in the 17th minute against the run of play after Jorge de Frutos teed up Enis Bardhi.
Atletico levelled shortly before the break with a speculative shot from Marcos Llorente, which took a heavy deflection off the head of Levante defender Rober Pier to wrong-foot keeper Aitor Fernandez.
Llorente came close with another distance strike which fizzed past the post, while Levante keeper Aitor Fernandez kept out efforts from the league's top scorer Luis Suarez and midfielder Saul Niguez, who also had a late goal ruled offside.
But Simeone's side might have taken nothing from the game as it took a top-drawer save from Oblak to prevent a volley from Carlos Clerc creeping into the net in the closing stages.
"We don't look at the points difference, we've gained a point today and we don't care about the gap, we'll just keep focusing on winning each game," said Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak.
"We played well but a defensive error cost us a goal. They didn't have many chances after that and we missed really clear chances and it was down to bad luck that we didn't win."
Ligue 1 - Marseille end winless run with victory
Saif-Eddine Khaoui scored twice as Marseille beat Nice 3-2 to snap a seven-game winless run and move up to sixth place in Ligue 1.
Central defender Alvaro Gonzalez scored early in the first half and Khaoui added the second just before the break to put Marseille 2-0 up, both netting their first goals of the season.
But Nice showed just why they were unlucky to lose at Paris Saint-Germain last weekend with a strong reaction.
Forward Amine Gouiri pulled a goal back one minute into the second half and, after Khaoui had made it 3-1 with a powerful strike from just inside the penalty area, Gouiri set up substitute Malik Sellouki in the 86th.
Then, in the final minute of injury time, the impressive Gouiri stuck a free-kick that rattled the Marseille crossbar.
Despite two good performances, Nice find themselves mired in 14th place and only seven points above the relegation zone.