And so concludes the action...
And so concludes another eventful day of football.
PSG dramatically remained in the Ligue 1 title race thanks to an injury-time goal against Saint-Etienne, while Man Utd also left it late against Burnley.
Leicester, meanwhile, moved into their first FA Cup final since 1969.
Real Madrid weren't so lucky, though, as they lost ground to Atletico Madrid with a 0-0 draw against Getafe. Earlier, Atleti had won 5-0.
LA Galaxy get the win!
Ligue 1 remains a four-horse race
Madrid drop points in La Liga
Higuain restores Miami's lead!
Chicharito squares the game for LA Galaxy
Inter Miami still on a high
Full-time in Naples
There's been a goal in Spain...
Zidane rings the changes
Half an hour for Real Madrid to find a winner
Nantes get one back against Lyon
Miami lead LA Galaxy
Goal! Eriksen draws Inter level
British PM speaks out against Super League
The clubs involved must answer to their fans and the wider footballing community before taking any further steps. (2/2)— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) April 18, 2021
Madrid being frustrated at the half
Lineker celebrates Leicester's success
Memphis strikes again for Lyon
Still all square in Getafe
Back in the summer of '69 for Leicester
Napoli take the lead against Inter
Leicester into FA Cup final!
It's all over Wembley, with Kelechi Iheanacho's goal the difference between the two teams.
The Foxes will face Chelsea on May 15!
YESSSSSSSSS! 🏆— Leicester City (@LCFC) April 18, 2021
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Lyon lead in Ligue 1
Real look to narrow gap on Atleti
Napoli take on Inter
We are also under way in Naples as Serie A leaders take on Napoli looking for a win that will edge them ever closer to a first title in a decade.
Updates coming up!
That's much better from Southampton, though it has taken going a goal down to spark them into life.
Ibrahima Diallo shows great technique to fire in a snap-shot from the edge of the area that goes just wide. Kasper Schmeichel was unmoved!
Goal for Leicester!
Kelechi Iheanacho does it again! He just cannot stop scoring at the moment!
Wonderful build-up play from Jamie Vardy, who spins away from his marker down the left before bursting into the area and teeing up Iheanacho, whose fires past Fraser Forster at the second attempt.
Ten goals in seven matches now for the Nigeria international.
KELECHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! ⚽️— Leicester City (@LCFC) April 18, 2021
COME ONNNNNNN! pic.twitter.com/TynuapIMYe
Arteta provides Lacazette update
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has confirmed that forward Alexandre Lacazette sustained a hamstring injury against Fulham and believes the fact he has played three games in the space of seven days may have played a role.
He said to Sky Sports: "He felt his hamstring so we don't know. We have to rotate players, we have players who didn't recover from the game on Thursday. That is the risk.
"You cannot change those players every game."
We go again
Southampton get the second half started at Wembley.
Who can make themselves a hero and fire their side to the final??
HT: Leicester 0-0 Southampton
Super League? Battle to beat Burnley suggests Man Utd are far from Europe's elite
Goal's Manchester United correspondent Charlotte Duncker is equally disparaging of the European Super League plans.
"These plans are about pure greed from those clubs at the top of the game, and the consequences that have been threatened by UEFA, the Football Association and the Premier League mean clashes against Burnley could become a thing of the past should the 'elite' continue to push ahead.
United probably would not miss playing against Burnley given they always seem to make such heavy work of beating them.
Joking aside, these are the games that the fans pay their season ticket money for, the bread and butter of the season. It may not always feel 'super', but it is the foundation of what the club fights for."
What a chance that is for Jamie Vardy!
It's a wonderful through ball by Youri Tielemans into the path on the onrushing Foxes striker, but his chipped effort past Fraser Forster goes over.
Vardy was drawn slightly wide, but it was still a wonderful opportunity.
Neville 'disgusted' with ESL proposals
If you haven't read Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville's response to the European Super League proposals, here is just a taster:
“I'm not against the modernisation of football competition, but to bring forward proposals in the wake of Covid is an absolute scandal. United and the rest of the big six clubs that have signed up to it should be ashamed of themselves.
"Are Arsenal in the league? They've just drawn to Fulham. The six English clubs should have points docked from them this season. It's an absolute joke.
“It’s been damned and rightly so. I’m a Man Utd fan and have been for 40 years. I’m disgusted with Manchester United and Liverpool most.
“Liverpool, they pretend ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, the people’s club, the fans’ club. Man Utd, 100 years born out of workers around here and they’re breaking away into a league without competition, that they can’t be relegated from.
“We have to wrestle back the power in this country from the clubs at the top of this league - and that includes my club. I’ve been calling for 12 months as part of another group for an independent regulator to bring checks in place to stop this happening."
Tarkowski scores landmark goal against Manchester United
James Tarkowski's goal against Manchester United was a landmark one, as the Red Devils have now conceded 1,000 times in the Premier League.
Tarkowski scored in the 50th minute of Sunday's match, as the defender headed home from close range from an Ashley Westwood corner.
The goal saw Burnley equalise just moments after Man Utd took the lead through Mason Greenwood, although goals from the teenage forward and Edinson Cavani later in the match were enough to seal a 3-1 win for the Red Devils.
Nothing to separate the teams at Wembley
It's been tight and tense in the opening stages at Wembley.
Ayoze Perez curled an early effort over the bar but there has not been much goalmouth action.
Given Southampton's defensive record in this competition this season that is perhaps not a surprise!
0 - Southampton are yet to concede a goal in this season’s FA Cup – they could become the first team to reach the final of the competition without conceding since Everton did so in 1965-66. Magic. pic.twitter.com/gxZEASkjTI— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) April 18, 2021
Here we go!
Sign him up?
‘Deduct points from the teams who signed up for it’
There has been an absolutely furious reaction to reports clubs from across Europe, including six Premier League sides, have agreed to join a European Super League.
Manchester United and England legend Gary Neville has led the angry backlash, going so far as to state that those sides who have signed the proposals should be punished with a points deduction.
1000 up for the Red Devils
Fans are back!
There will be 4,000 spectactors present at Wembley this evening at part of a government coronavirus trial.
A small but welcome step back to normality.
3-1 Manchester United and that's a really well worked goal!
Burnley understandably committed men forward in an attempt to grab the equaliser but lost possession and were ruthlessly caught on the counter.
Lovely interplay involving Bruno Fernandes, Mason Greenwood and Donny Van de Beek sets up Edinson Cavani to stroke home from close range.
Remember the name?
Goal for Manchester United!
Manchester United have done it!
Less than six minutes left and they are back in front - though there is a huge slick of luck about it.
Mason Greenwood curls in a shot from the right side of the area that takes a deflection off Jack Cork and completely wrong-foots Bailey Peacock-Farrell.
Tough on the Clarets, that.
FA Cup team news!
The teams are in from Wembley as Southampton and Leicester go head-to-head for the right to face Chelsea in the FA Cup final next month.
Leicester XI: Schmeichel, Castagne, Fofana, Soyuncu, Evans, Ricardo, Ndidi, Tielemans, Perez, Iheanacho, Vardy.
Southampton XI: Forster, Walker-Peters, Bednarek, Vestergaard, Bertrand, Diallo, Ward-Prowse, Armstrong, Djenepo, Redmond, Ings.
Kick-off is at 6.30pm
FT: Atletico Madrid 5-0 Eibar
Points deductions for ESL clubs - Neviile
Closing thoughts from the Emirates
Goal! Burnley level!
Burnley hit back straight away!
A corner from the Clarets left is met by defender James Tarkowski, who sends a powerful header beyond Dean Henderson.
GOAL! Manchester United 1-0 Burnley
We do have a breakthrough!
It started with a rapid breakaway by Marcus Rashford down the left, his low cross was dummied by Bruno Fernandes and Mason Greenwood was there to fire the ball home!
Goal at Old Trafford!
Under way again at Old Trafford
We are off again at Old Trafford and Manchester United have made change, with Edinson Cavani coming on for Fred.
Will we see a breakthrough??
FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic
Full time at Ibrox and Rangers' memorable season continues.
Having already secured the title Steven Gerrard's side have now knocked their great rivals Celtic of the Scottish Cup.
An early Steven Davis strike and Jonjoe Kenny's own goal secured the win, with Rangers going through to play St Johnstone in the quarter-finals.
Llorente does it again
HT: Manchester United 0-0 Burnley
That's the half at Old Trafford, and this game could go either way.
Chris Wood had a goal ruled out for offside after 14 seconds, while Marcus Rashford drew a smart stop from Bailey Peacock-Farrell at the other end.
Too close to call!
PL and UEFA hit out at European Super League plans
Now to a stunning story that has rapidly gathered pace this afternoon...
The Premier League and UEFA have hit out at plans to create a European Super League, branding them anti-competitive and suggesting they undermine the integrity of the sport.
The strong response comes amid reports a number of European sides have signed up a proposed breakaway league less than 24 hours before UEFA is due to announce reforms to the Champions League format.
Oh dear, it's just not Celtic's day. They had the chance to get back into the game when Joe Aribo fouled Leigh Griffiths in the area for a penalty.
Odsonne Edouard stepped up, but Allan McGregor palmed his effort away!
Dortmund stroll to win - eventually
It was a comfortable win in the end of Dortmund - though they needed to fight back from a goal down to eventually beat Werder Bremen 4-1.
A double from Erling Haaland, plus strikes from Giovanni Reyna and Mats Hummels sealed the points.
Good day in the office! 💼 pic.twitter.com/549MszlAXu— Borussia Dortmund (@BlackYellow) April 18, 2021
That's good goalkeeping from Bailey Peacock-Farrell. Marcus Rashford fired in a dipping shot from the left side of the area that the Burnley stopper did reallt well to tip over.
Minutes later at the other end an early ball found Chris Wood in the area, but his header goes just wide!
Things are warming up at Old Trafford!
And now it's four!
They think it's all over, it is now - it's four! Marcos Llorente is now on the scoresheet for Aleti!
Diego Simeone's side are piling the pressure on Real Madrid ahead of their game against Getafe later.
It's three for Atletico!
'A horrible afternoon for Arsenal'
Goal's Arsenal correspondent Charles Watts is not holding back in his assessment of the game at the Emirates:
"This was a horrible afternoon for Arsenal.
"It was one that started full of optimism following the high of Thursday night’s excellent 4-0 win in Prague which booked Mikel Arteta’s side a spot in the Europa League semi-finals.
"But it ended in the latest of a series of lows that have littered this awful season."
Solskjaer: Man Utd ready to go 🗣
Full-time: Atalanta 1-0 Juventus
Atalanta move up to third in Serie A after snatching victory at the death against Juventus. Ruslan Malinovskyi is the man of the moment for the Bergamo side - his deflected shot ricocheted off Alex Sandro and into the back of the net.
Juve are now 12 points behind league leaders Inter and defeat today has set back their hopes of securing second place, since they are now four points adrift of AC Milan and two behind Atalanta. It's not looking good for the Bianconeri.
Atalanta beat Juventus to overtake them in Serie A 😯— Goal (@goal) April 18, 2021
Juve are now fourth, 12 points behind leaders Inter.
Surely that's their title gone. pic.twitter.com/c7u9cfGJrJ
Half-time: Rangers 2-0 Celtic
Rangers are enjoying themselves in this Old Firm so far, having gone 2-0 up thanks to a Jonjoe Kenny own goal. The on-loan Everton full-back turned in a cross from Joe Aribo to compound the Bhoys' misery. It could be a long second half for the green half of Glasgow.
Disaster for Juve!
Atalanta have taken the lead against Juventus in the dying moments of the game! Ruslan Malinovskyi with the goal!
If it remains this way, Atalanta will leapfrog the Bianconeri into third place.
'Patient' Nketiah 'happy' with rescue act
Eddie Nketiah stepped into the breach for the injured Alexandre Lacazette against Fulham and he rewarded Mikel Arteta's faith by scoring a very late equaliser to salvage a point.
"Firstly I wish Laca a speedy recovery - he's important to the team and hopefully will be back as soon as possible," the striker told Sky Sports after scoring the crucial equaliser for the Gunners in their 1-1 draw.
"For me I stay patient and I'm happy to get the chance to play and I will be ready to help the team if I'm called upon."
Sums it up for Fulham 👎
Full-time: Arsenal 1-1 Fulham
Substitute Eddie Nketiah was the saviour for Arsenal after his 97th-minute strike prevented what would have been a devastating defeat to Fulham. The Cottagers looked set for victory having gone ahead in the second half thanks to a Josh Maja penalty, but Mikel Arteta's side never gave up and Nketiah prodded home in the final moments.
There may well be a massive sense of relief among the Arsenal players, but it remains a bitterly disappointing result and if results elsewhere go against them they could now easily slip into the bottom half of the table. 😬
F/T: 1-1— Charles Watts (@charles_watts) April 18, 2021
A game that sums up Arsenal's horrible season. From a big high, to a real low.
Lacazette's injury could prove to be far more costly in terms of the season than the actual draw.
Rangers go ahead!
Steven Davis' overhead kick has put Rangers in front in the Scottish Cup fourth round! Celtic have just not managed to get to grips with Steven Gerrard's side this season at all.
It's 1-0 at Ibrox.
Sensational turnaround for Dortmund 😮
The teams are in for Man Utd vs Burnley...
Man Utd XI: Henderson, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw, Wan-Bissaka, Fred, Pogba, McTominay, B. Fernandes, Rashford, Greenwood.
Burnley XI: Peacock-Farrell, Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor, McNeil, Westwood, Brownhill, Cork, Gudmundsson, Wood.
Game kicks off at 4pm.
Gunners denied! ❌
Just over 10 minutes are left on the clock - Arsenal will be looking for a PSG-style turnaround!
Nineties nostalgia in Germany 😍
More bad news for Arsenal - Laca's injured 🤕
Alexandre Lacazette has done his hamstring and has been forced off. The France international's been replaced by Eddie Nketiah and Gunners fans will be hopeful that the 21-year-old can step up to the mark.
Here's a stat for you
That's just the 87 penalties.
87 - Josh Maja's penalty was the 87th to be scored in the Premier League this season, equalling the most in a single campaign in the competition's history (also 87 in 2006-07). Scrupulous.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) April 18, 2021
FULHAM TAKE THE LEAD!
Josh Maja has fired Fulham in front from the penalty spot!
A bit of controversy in the decision, with the referee not sure about the foul, but it was given after a VAR check.
That's a major blow to Mikel Arteta's side, but what a boost for the Cottagers, who are fighting for their survival in the Premier League.
Half-time: Atalanta 0-0 Juventus
OFF THE LINE!
Juventus have missed a chance to take the lead!
Alvaro Morata did well to win the ball in the box, but the execution of the finish - an attempted chip - was far too weak and Atalanta managed to clear it off the line to safety.
Still 0-0 in Bergamo with 10 minutes to go in the first half.
Right call? 😬
Can Juve make it a happy 400th for Chiellini?
Half-time: Arsenal 0-0 Fulham
VAR says 'no goal' for Arsenal ❌
The Gunners get the ball in the back of the net, but it's ruled out.
We've just had the ball in the net... but a VAR review disallows it for an offside against Saka— Arsenal (@Arsenal) April 18, 2021
Bellerin's cross to the far post had found Ceballos, who headed home - but a VAR check rules it out
🔴 0-0 ⚪️ (42)#ARSFUL pic.twitter.com/edWELCTUZz
Rangers vs Celtic - Teams are in!
We have an Old Firm (or Glasgow Derby, depending on who you ask!) to look forward to today too.
Here are the teams for the Scottish Cup fourth round.
Rangers XI: McGregor, Patterson, Goldson, Helander, Barisic, Davis, Kamara, Arfield, Aribo, Kent, Morelos.
Celtic XI: Bain, Kenny, Welsh, Ajer, Laxalt, Brown, Turnbull, McGregor Christie, Elyounoussi, Edouard.
Kick-off at 3pm.
Patience key for Gunners ⏳
It's 0-0 at the Emirates approaching half-time and Goal's Arsenal correspondent Charles Watts believes the Gunners just need to remain focused.
"Arsenal just need to stay a little patient here. They’ve been well on top and they will feel they should be in front after Martinelli’s early chances," Watts says. "It feels like they are starting to get a bit frustrated and that has allowed to Fulham to get themselves back into the game a little.
"Martinelli looks lively whenever he gets on the ball, but not having a full-back behind him who is willing to go on the overlap is leaving him a little isolated at times, he’s having to do most of his work on his own over there.
"That’s always going to be the issue of having Granit Xhaka at left-back. He does a job for Arsenal there, but it really does limit them in an attacking sense on the left flank. Kieran Tierney can’t return soon enough."
Mbappe: People think it's easy to win
Kylian Mbappe was furious when it looked like PSG might drop points after his goalscoring heroics, but was relieved when Mauro Icardi's goal secured victory.
"People think it's easy to win, it isn't," the World Cup winner told Canal+ after the 3-2 win against Saint-Etienne. "This season there is a tough race for the title. We must continue to give our all."
Full-time: PSG 3-2 Saint-Etienne
An absolutely INCREDIBLE end to the game at Parc des Princes, with five goals scored in the final 15 minutes of the game. Saint-Etienne took the lead on 77 minutes thanks to Denis Bouanga, but Kylian Mbappe hit back immediately to restore parity. The France international found the net again soon afterwards from the penalty spot and looked to have wrapped up maximum points before Romain Hamouma struck three minutes into added time.
Staring into the possibility of two dropped points at home, PSG were saved by Mauro Icardi. The Argentine's goal means that there is only a point between the Parisians and Lille. It could well be a massive moment in the race for the title! 🏆
78’ PSG 0-1 Saint-Etienne— Goal (@goal) April 18, 2021
79’ PSG 1-1 Saint-Etienne
87’ PSG 2-1 Saint-Etienne
92’ PSG 2-2 Saint-Etienne
95' PSG 3-2 Saint-Etienne
PSG mood. pic.twitter.com/If1a2D9D3Q
ANOTHER GOAL IN PARIS! 👀
Penalty to PSG!
Scored by Kylian Mbappe! His second goal of the game ⚽️ ⚽️
After going behind just before the 80th minutes PSG are leading 2-1 heading into the final stages of the game. Incredible turnaround.
Saint-Etienne take the lead!
The visitors go in front in Paris! Bouanga fires Saint-Etienne ahead.
Game on at the Emirates! 🤩
Full-time: AC Milan 2-1 Genoa
AC Milan survive a late scare to close the gap to Inter to eight points. It's a big win for Stefano Piolo's side and keeps some distance between them and Juventus as well. Ante Rebic fired the Rossoneri ahead with a wonderful half-volley, but Mattia Destro - a player who seems to love scoring against Milan - hauled Genoa level before half-time. A slice of luck came to the hosts 20 minutes before the end of the game when Gianluca Scamacca turned the ball past his own 'keeper.
Mbappe goes close!
TWO SHOTS OFF THE LINE!
Simon Kjaer and Fikayo Tomori keep Genoa out! A brilliant display of defending from the AC Milan duo to make sure Milan stay in front. First Kjaer cleared a rasping shot off the line and Tomori was on hand to blast the follow-up away.
It remains 2-1 with 2 minutes left on the clock.
The Juventus team is in ⚪️ ⚫️
Cristiano Ronaldo is, of course, out of the game with a thigh issue.
Juventus XI: Szczesny, Cuadrado, De Ligt, Chiellini, Alex Sandro, McKennie, Bentancur, Rabiot, Chiesa, Dybala, Morata.
Atalanta XI: Gollini, Toloi, Palomino, Djimsiti, Maehle, Freuler, De Roon, Gosens, Pessina, Muriel, Zapata.
AC Milan back in front! ⚽️
Gooooaaal for AC Milan!
And it's a fortunate one for the hosts as a corner kick bounces off Gianluca Scamacca's back and past his own goalkeeper.
It's 2-1 with 20 minutes left on the clock.
Juve have arrived in Bergamo ⚪️ ⚫️
Half-time: PSG 0-0 Saint-Etienne
Frustration for Paris Saint-Germain at Parc des Princes as they fail to break the deadlock against Saint-Etienne. Pablo Sarabia crashed the ball off the woodwork around the half-hour mark from a wonderfully struck free kick, but it remains 0-0.
What about Neymar's coat? 😎
Little to report other than frustration for PSG in their game against Saint-Etienne, but Neymar is cheering on from the stands...and looking stylish while doing so.
Neymar is watching on from the stands as PSG host Saint-Etienne 🇫🇷— Goal (@goal) April 18, 2021
Thoughts on his outfit choice? 👀 pic.twitter.com/4r12TTCwTL
Arsenal team is in 👀
Arsenal XI: Ryan, Bellerin, Holding, Gabriel, Xhaka, Elneny, Ceballos, Saka, Smith Rowe, Martinelli, Lacazette.
Fulham XI: Areola, Andersen, De Cordova-Reid, Adarabioyo, Cavaleiro, Lemina, Lookman, Maja, Anguissa, Robinson, Aina.
Half-time: AC Milan 1-1 Genoa
Well... AC Milan won't be happy after forfeiting the lead just before the break. With Juventus and Atalanta breathing down their necks, they desperately need to continue winning matches.
It's been a bright enough performance for the Rossoneri though and Ante Rebic's opener was simply spectacular, but Fikayo Tomori might be disappointed with his marking after losing Mattia Destro for the equaliser. Big 45 minutes coming up at San Siro.
Mattia Destro continues his great record against AC Milan by heading an equaliser past Gianluigi Donnarumma. He's got four goals in his last five games against the Rossoneri now. It's 1-1.
Scenes from the Emirates 🏟 ☀️
Should be one of those late season games when fans start ditching the winter coats. Stands should be full of red and white shirts, Holloway Road should be rammed, pints flowing. Such a shame. But we’re getting there. Hopefully not long now 🤞 pic.twitter.com/jkQ2lquqNt— Charles Watts (@charles_watts) April 18, 2021
Under way in Paris! 🇫🇷
Big task ahead for Fulham
Arsenal take on Fulham later (1:30pm kick-off) and a win for the Gunners would serve to compound the Cottagers' woes as they fight against relegation.
Sheffield United became the first team to be relegated from the Premier League this season following their loss to Wolves yesterday and Fulham are desperate to avoid following them down to the Championship. There is huge gap to bridge though - seven points heading into today's match - so they really need to start winning. Unfortunately for them, the form table is not pretty as they've lost their last four games on the bounce.
It's also a crucial game for Arsenal, with the Gunners' hopes of securing continental football looking increasingly slim as they languish in ninth. They've scored seven goals in their last two outings though, so Mikel Arteta's side will be full of confidence.
Things are heating up in Serie A 🔥
AC Milan are 11 points behind Serie A leaders Inter, but they are only a point ahead of Juventus and will be desperate to secure three points as they fight for Champions League qualification. The Rossoneri won 3-1 last time out, overcoming Parma, while Genoa - who find themselves at the other end of the table - suffered a 3-1 loss against Juventus.
Of course, Milan are without the talismanic force of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who received a red card in the previous match, but they will be hoping that Rafael Leao can fill the Swede's considerably sized boots!
PSG team for Saint-Etienne clash
PSG XI: Rico, Bakker, Kimpembe, Kehrer, Florenzi, Herrera, Danilo, Kean, Rafinha, Sarabia, Mbappe.
Saint-Etienne XI: Green, Debucy, Cisse, Moukoudi, Trauco, Camara, Youssouf, Neyou, Hamouma, Monnet-Paquet, Khazri.
Paris Saint-Germain may be flying in the Champions League, but things have been a little off-pace on the domestic front. Maurcio Pochettino's side are second in Ligue 1 and they trail Lille by four points. That gap can be reduced to just one point with a win today.
AC Milan team is in!
AC Milan XI: G. Donnarumma, Kalulu, Kjaer, Tomori, Hernandez, Bennacer, Kessie, Saelemaekers, Calhanoglu, Rebic, Leao.
Genoa XI: Perin, Masiello, Radovanovic, Goldaniga, Cassata, Strootman, Badelj, Sajc, Ghiglione, Destro, Scamacca.
Game kicks off at 11:30am UK time.
Which games are on today? 📅
There's action from the Premier League, La Liga & more!
Here's a handy run-down of the biggest games to look forward to with us today.
⚽️ 11:30am - AC Milan vs Genoa
⚽️ 12 noon - PSG vs Saint-Etienne
⚽️ 1:30pm - Arsenal vs Fulham
⚽️ 2pm - Atalanta vs Juventus
⚽️ 3pm - Celtic vs Rangers
⚽️ 3:15pm - Atletico Madrid vs Eibar
⚽️ 4pm - Manchester United vs Burnley
⚽️ 6:30pm - Leicester City vs Southampton
⚽️ 7:45pm - Napoli vs Inter
⚽️ 8pm - Getafe vs Real Madrid
All times BST
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