Gimnastic de Tarragona missed out on automatic promotion on the final day of the season as they were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Segunda Division champions Alaves. 05/06/2016 4. Girona 66 Nastic’s hopes of back-to-back promotions aren’t dead yet. They will have a second chance when they take on Osasuna in the play-offs, with the first leg in Pamplona on June 8 and the second leg in Tarragona on June 11. However, even a win wouldn’t have served Nastic, who were also reliant on Leganes slipping up against Numancia. That didn’t happen, though, with the Madrid side securing a 1-0 win away from home and confirming their place in the top flight. 5. Cordoba 65 After relegations for Rayo Vallecano and Getafe, it’s a small boost for the community of Madrid, who will have three sides in La Liga next season. 3. Nastic 71 And they’re not the only Catalan club hoping to join Barcelona and Espanyol in the Primera. Girona, for the second season running, are also in the play-offs, where they will face Cordoba. The first leg is in Cordoba on June 9 and the return leg takes place in Girona on June 12. Sport EN Upd. at 12:47 2. Leganes 74 AUTOMATIC: PLAY-OFFS: CEST 1. Alaves 75 6. Osasuna 64 Elsewhere, Mallorca secured their status as a second division club with a final day win away at Valladolid. That meant relegation was confirmed, if not already, for Bilbao Athletic, Albacete, Llagostera and Ponferradina.