Match Preview

Friday, May 22, 2015

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A win could seal a place in Europe next season as both their iconic head coach and Sebastian Kehl make their final home appearances for the Bundesliga club

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Three points on Saturday would give the Nerazzurri real hope of qualifying for the Europa League and finish a disappointing Serie A campaign off on a high note

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The Italian coach is in danger of being sacked after the final game of the season, but his touchline ban means he will not be in the dugout for what could be his last game

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The midfielder will play his final league game for the Catalan side ahead of his move to Qatari side Al Sadd this weekend, with an emotional goodbye to the Camp Nou

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Just days after winning the Coppa Italia, the Bianconeri are hoping to keep the momentum going with a Champions League final clash with La Liga giants Barcelona looming

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It will be party time at the Parc des Princes on Saturday as Laurent Blanc's side lift the trophy, though they must keep their Coupe de France final date in mind

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The Bundesliga champions are currently in a terrible run of form and will be hoping to turn it around in the final game of the campaign when they host 10th-placed Mainz

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

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After wrapping up a fourth consecutive league title and reaching the Champions League final, the Bianconeri have their sights set on the Coppa Italia

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The Black Cats require just a draw to avoid taking their battle against relegation to the final day, though the Gunners have an outside chance of sealing second place

Sunday, May 17, 2015

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The Blues, confirmed champions, are poised to give a senior debut to youngster Isaiah Brown, while centre forward Diego Costa could also return to the squad after injury

Saturday, May 16, 2015

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The Rossoneri boosted Pippo Inzaghi's job prospects with a surprise victory over the Giallorossi but they are now desperate to build on that result this weekend

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Victory at Old Trafford would guarantee the Gunners a top-three finish in the Premier League and home captain Wayne Rooney will not be ready to face Arsene Wenger's side

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After seeing their Primera Division title hopes all but ended by Valencia, Los Blancos were then knocked out of the Champions League by Serie A giants Juventus

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Luis Enrique's rampant side can exact some measure of revenge for having to watch Diego Simeone's side crowned champions of Spain in their own backyard last season

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The Ivory Coast international faces his former club for the first time since his £27 million move but has scored only once for Manuel Pellegrini's side

Friday, May 15, 2015

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The Saints have stuttered in recent weeks, winning just one of their last six games, but their Dutch manager insists his side can still qualify for continent competition

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Both the Hammers and Toffees are in with a chance of reaching next season's Europa League through the Fair Play standings, with Sam Allardyce's side in pole position to qualify

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The Foxes have pulled clear of the drop zone after a remarkable run of six wins in seven games, but their manager has warned that they are not safe from relegation yet

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The Magpies are just two points and one place above the drop zone after a winless run of nine games and their manager has instructed his players to concentrate on the task in hand

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The Potters need just a single point to break their all-time Premier League tally and their manager has demanded his players continue to work hard for the remainder of the season