Monday, April 27, 2015

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The reigning Ligue 1 champions put six goals past Lille in their last league game but could be without the key figures of Salvatore Sirigu and Serge Aurier on Tuesday

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Following a win over Roma, the 2010 champions face two games in quick succession in their bid to reach the European places, with Tuesday's fixture followed by a clash with Chievo

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After being held by West Brom on Saturday while Steve Bruce's side beat ever-improving Crystal Palace, the centre-back is not taking anything for granted at the KC Stadium

Saturday, April 25, 2015

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With the Primera Division leaders playing on Saturday, Carlo Ancelotti's side know that three points will be a must when they visit Balaidos playing catch-up

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The Portuguese is unbeaten against his opponent in 12 games but insists Sunday's clash is more important than either man on the touchline

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The Northern Ireland international has served his six-match ban for spitting at Papiss Cisse to boost Louis van Gaal's defensive options against the in-form Toffees

Friday, April 24, 2015

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The Rossoneri are down in ninth place with seven Serie A matches remaining but the full-back believes that European qualification is still a possibility for Filippo Inzaghi's men

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Rudi Garcia's men are fighting stay in the Champions League qualification places while the Nerazzurri chase down the top six in what will be a huge match at San Siro

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Luis Enrique's side have not been beaten by their neighbours since 2009 and are looking to sustain their charge for the treble after their midweek Champions League progress

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Having been knocked out of Europe's top competition by city rivals Real Madrid on Wednesday, the Liga holders can take a big step towards finishing third with a win

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Pep Guardiola's side roared into the Champions League semi-finals in midweek and could clinch the domestic crown over the weekend if results in Germany go their way

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Nothing more than goal difference separates the Tigers from the Premier League relegation zone while the Eagles are soaring in mid-table under Alan Pardew after a fine run of form

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The Foxes are only in the drop zone due to a worse goal difference than Hull following a run of three victories and will look to continue their form against Sean Dyche's side

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The hosts are two points adrift of safety as the 2014-15 season draws to a close, while Sam Allardyce's side have endured a difficult run, winning just twice since the New Year

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The Black Cats were humbled 4-1 by Alan Pardew's men at the Stadium of Light in their last fixture and now lie just a point above the Premier League relegation zone

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The hosts have lost their last six games in a row and sit just seven points above the relegation zone, while supporters are planning further protests at St James' Park

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The Argentine spent 18 months on the south coast before taking charge at White Hart Lane last summer, but just one point separates his old club from his new one

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Champions League qualification remains a possibility for the Reds and the Northern Irishman wants his side to put their Wembley trauma behind them on Saturday

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The in-form Villans are hoping to extend their four-point gap to the relegation zone as they gear up for a first Wembley FA Cup final appearance in 15 years

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The BVB boss, who has announced he will leave the club this summer, wants to finish the league as strongly as possible despite their looming DFB-Pokal semi-final clash