Barcelona vs Liverpool Wednesday May 1st, 3:00 PM, Nou Camp. We’re down to the final four of this incredible Champions League campaign, with Premier League title hopefuls and last season’s runners-up Liverpool traveling to Spain to face tournament favourites Barcelona in what could be an thrilling tie.
Tottenham vs Ajax, Tuesday April 30th, 3:00 PM, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The first legs of the Champions League semi-finals take place imminently with the first game seeing Tottenham taking on Dutch giants Ajax, who have caught the imagination of European football fans this season with their incredible run to the last four.
Leicester vs Arsenal, Sunday April 28th, 7:00 am, King Power Stadium. With Arsenal dropping vital points in the race for the top four, this game becomes even more important as Leicester look to challenge for that final Europa League place.
Burnley vs Man City, Sunday April 28th, 9:05 am, Turf Moor. This is one of the most important fixtures remaining in this season’s Premier League with Burnley – who are still not mathematically safe from relegation – playing host to title-chasing Manchester City, who are hopeful of winning all of their remaining fixtures.
Manchester United vs Chelsea, Sunday April 28th, 11:30 am, Old Trafford. In the race for the top four, this is huge. There’s no other way to put it, if United lose their more or less out of the race while if Chelsea lose they’ll squander whatever advantage they may have. As the Premier League starts to reach its climax, there may not be a bigger game for these two teams than this one.
Tottenham vs West Ham, Saturday April 27th, 7:30 am, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Tottenham’s aspirations of finishing as the best team below title challengers Liverpool and Manchester City get another examination as West Ham cross London.
Liverpool vs Huddersfield, Friday April 26th, 3:00 pm, Anfield. This is a tie which could prove pivotal in Liverpool’s pursuit of their first league title this century and many believe a home victory against an already-relegated Huddersfield is a foregone conclusion. It is a game in which all the pressure is on the hosts.
Inter Milan vs Juventus, Saturday April 27th, 2:30 pm, San Siro. With Juve already confirmed as Serie A champions for the eighth year in a row this may look like a dead rubber kind of match but Inter still have the fight for the Champions League places at stake so this could be a massive game in that story.
Manchester United vs Manchester City, Wednesday April 24th, 15:00, Old Trafford. This is the standout tie of the midweek Premier League fixtures – title-chasing Manchester City travel to top four hopefuls United in a derby with much more significance than usual. This could be a defining match for the season run-in.