Juventus vs Fiorentina, Saturday April 20th, 12:00 pm, Allianz Stadium. This is perhaps the standout tie of the Serie A round of fixtures with Juventus requiring just one point to secure their eighth consecutive league title against a side who are without a win in nine games in all competitions.
Chelsea vs Burnley, Monday April 22nd, 3:00 pm, Stamford Bridge. The Premier League’s Monday night football sees an important match which could impact both ends of the table, with top-four chasing Chelsea playing host to Burnley, who are looking to secure their top-flight status.
Cardiff vs Liverpool, Sunday April 21st, 11:00 am, Cardiff City Stadium. A potentially huge game that could affect both the top and bottom of the Premier League table as relegation threatened Cardiff host title chasing Liverpool in what could be a make or break game both of involved.
Arsenal vs Crystal Palace, Sunday April 21st, 11:00 am, Emirates Stadium. Top-four chasing Arsenal will end a busy week of three matches in the space of seven days as they play host to Crystal Palace in an all-London affair in the Premier League’s Sunday action, which promises to be an intriguing encounter.
Everton vs Manchester United, Sunday April 21st, 8:30 Am, Goodison Park. As the Premier League season draws to a climax, every game starts to have so much more importance attached to it and with Everton, hopeful of attaining a final Europa League spot, hosting Champions League-chasing Manchester United, this could be a potentially huge game in the race for Europe.
Manchester City vs. Tottenham, Saturday April 20th, 7:30 Am, Etihad Stadium. Manchester City and Tottenham have become familiar foes in recent weeks with this Premier League meeting capping off their trilogy after a Champions League double-header.
Chelsea vs Slavia Prague, Thursday April 18th 15:00, Stamford Bridge. The second legs of the Europa League conclude this coming week with Premier League Chelsea hosting Slavia Prague in a game that shouldn’t be a banana skin for the London club but after the tetchy first leg, never say never.
Napoli vs Arsenal, Thursday April 18th, 15:00, Stadio San Paolo. The second legs of the Europa League quarter-finals take place this week with the tie of the round seeing two of the tournament favourites go head-to-head in the south of Italy. The home side are slight favourites for this clash although they trail 2-0 from the first leg.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Benfica Europa League, Thursday 18th April, 15:00, Commerzbank Arena. Eintracht Frankfurt have it all to do to save their Europa League campaign after losing to Benfica in the first leg, but two away goals give the Bundesliga side hope of a comeback.
Valencia vs Villarreal, Thursday April 18th, 15:00, Mestalla Stadium. The second legs of the Europa League get underway this week and with a two goal advantage from the first leg and three away goals in the bag as they return home, Valencia are the clear favourites for this exciting all Spanish tie.