Previews

Friday, 16 May 2014

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Gerardo Martino's side must win if they are to retain their title as the visitors go in search for the point to hand them a first league crown since 1996, with Neymar a doubt

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It was in this tournament back in 2005 that the north London club secured their last piece of silverware and they are favourites to do so again when they face the Tigers at Wembley

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

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The Hungarian coach vowed that the Portuguese side would not win a European trophy for 100 years after his acrimonious exit in 1962

Monday, 12 May 2014

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The uncapped trio of Kevin Volland, Leon Goretzka and Max Meyer are all likely to feature as they bid to gatecrash the squad travelling to Brazil

Saturday, 10 May 2014

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A 4-1 defeat to Stoke City last time out ended the Cottagers' hopes of avoiding relegation, while the Eagles will look to cap off a fine second half of the season in style

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Rudi Garcia's men are out to prevent their visitors from reaching a century of Serie A points after the disappointment of already ceding the Scudetto to the Bianconeri

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Victory for Los Rojiblancos, coupled with Barcelona dropping points at Elche, would be enough for the Champions League finalists to win the Primera Division this season

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A point against the Baggies would see the visitors move beyond their 47-point landmark, set in 2009-10, at a ground where they boast a 100 per cent record in the Premier League

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Steve Bruce's side face Arsenal at Wembley on May 17 and the former Manchester United defender could shuffle his pack against the Toffees, who cannot break into the top four

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The visitors effectively threw in the towel after a damaging draw with Levante but they can now retain their Primera Division crown by winning their final two games

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Ryan Giggs's side could salvage European football from a dire season if they win and Spurs lose to Aston Villa on Sunday, while the Saints are guaranteed to finish eighth

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After picking up just a point from each of their last two matches, Carlo Ancelotti's men simply have to defeat Luis Enrique's side to keep their championship hopes alive

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Neil Adams's men need a huge victory if they are to remain in the Premier League at the expense of West Brom, while the visitors have already qualified for the Champions League

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The north London club must hold off the challenge of Manchester United to clinch a return to European competition in what is set to be Tim Sherwood's final game in charge

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Jose Mourinho's side have no chance of winning the Premier League on the final day but will hope to end the season on a high with a convincing win over the relegated Bluebirds

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Brendan Rodgers's side would win the title if they beat the Magpies and the league leaders lose to West Ham and the Reds will be going all out to secure three points on Sunday

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Manuel Pellegrini's men go into the final game two points clear of second-placed Liverpool and face a side whom they have already beaten convincingly three times this season

Friday, 9 May 2014

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As the German league comes to an end, Jurgen Klopp's men prepare for their crunch tie with Bayern Munich in the DFB-Pokal final as they face Jos Luhukay's men in the same stadium

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Pep Guardiola's side will receive the league trophy after Saturday's game and will be desperate to end the season on a high after their Champions League humiliation