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  1. Ligue 1 Start Date: 10th August 2019 Favourites: PSG 1/10, Lyon 10/1, Marseille 20/1 Live on: BT Sport La Liga Start Date: 18th August 2019 Favourites: Barcelona 4/6, Real Madrid 11/8, Atletico Madrid 14/1 Live on: Eleven Sports / ITV4 / Premier Sports Seria A Start Date: 24th August 2019 Favourites: Juventus 4/9, Inter 5/1, Napoli 11/2 Live on: Premier Sports & Free Sports Bundesliga Start Date: 16ht August 2019 Favourites: Bayern Munich 1/4, Borussia Dortmund 4/1, RB Leipzig 14/1 Live on: BT Sport Eredivisie Start Date: 2nd August 2019 Favourites: Ajax, PSV Live on: Premier Sports & Free Sports Supa Liga Start Date: 9th August 2019 Favourites: Benfica 1/1, Porto 11/10, Sporting Lisbon 9/1 Live on: Free Sports
  2. League A Group A1: Germany, France, Netherlands Group A2: Belgium, Switzerland, Iceland Group A3: Portugal, Italy, Poland Group A4: Spain, England, Croatia League B Group B1: Slovakia, Ukraine, Czech Republic Group B2: Russia, Sweden, Turkey Group B3: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Northern Ireland Group B4: Wales, Republic of Ireland, Denmark League C Group C1: Scotland, Albania, Israel Group C2: Hungary, Greece, Finland, Estonia Group C3: Slovenia, Norway, Bulgaria, Cyprus Group C4: Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Lithuania League D Group D1: Georgia, Latvia, Kazakhstan, Andorra Group D2: Belarus, Luxembourg, Moldova, San Marino Group D3: Azerbaijan, Faroe Islands, Malta, Kosovo Group D4: FYR Macedonia, Armenia, Liechtenstein, Gibraltar Full fixture list.....
  3. The new Sky Bet Championship season kicks off this weekend but who will be the teams and players to watch in 2019/20? From promotion hopefuls and potential top scorers to dark horses and likely strugglers, get the lowdown ahead of the new term with our comprehensive guide... Title challengers They stuttered in the automatic promotion race and were left shattered by their play-off semi-final defeat, but after revitalising Leeds last season, boss Marcelo Bielsa is widely expected to mastermind a successful challenge this term. The maverick Argentine, whose side are , has opted to stay at Elland Road "to complete unfinished business" and the signing of Helder Costa from Wolves, as well as the return of Jack Clarke on loan and Jack Harrison on a permanent deal, has raised supporters' optimism again. Will Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds go better this term? Of the three clubs relegated from the Premier League last season, Fulham() appear best placed to bounce straight back. Fans' favourite Scott Parker was appointed permanent manager during the summer and star striker Aleksandar Mitrovic has signed a new long-term deal, while Ivan Cavaleiro and Anthony Knockaert are two arrivals with recent promotion experience. Continuity could well work in Cardiff's favour. Neil Warnock has decided to remain for another season and towering centre-back Aden Flint looks a shrewd acquisition for a whose tough streak, as well as Warnock's second-tier nous, should see them compete at the top end. Slaven Bilic is expected to steer West Brom () into the promotion shake-up after last season's play-off disappointment - striker Kenneth Zohore has arrived for £8m and Romaine Sawyers is a snip at £3m but the Baggies have lost the 46-goal partnership of Dwight Gayle and Jay Rodriguez. Brentford are also among the bookmakers' favourites () after recruiting heavily. Sweden defender Pontus Jansson is a notable arrival from Leeds but the Bees' chances could rest on retaining key attacking players like Neal Maupay and Said Benrahma. Play-off hopefuls After last season's ignominious 16th-placed finish, Stoke look set to be a different proposition under ambitious boss Nathan Jones. The Welshman has dramatically reshaped his squad, prizing Championship credentials, but time will tell whether a new-look side can gel sufficiently for a play-off push - or better. Nathan Jones has continued remodelling Stoke this summer Huddersfield were demoted alongside Cardiff and Fulham and while Jan Siewert's task seems stiffer than his counterparts - consolidation key under a new owner - a squad boasting the likes of Aaron Mooy, Alex Pritchard and promising forward Karlan Grant should not be underestimated. Derby, beaten play-off finalists in May, must regroup under new manager Phillip Cocu following Frank Lampard's departure to Chelsea. The Rams pipped Middlesbrough to the last play-off spot last season before losing out to Aston Villa at Wembley, and while their new Dutch boss has acknowledged a top-six target, he has placed greater emphasis on the "bigger picture" of turning academy players into first-team regulars. Bristol City finished eighth last season and Lee Johnson's progressive side look well placed to go significantly better after the smart permanent recruits of Jay Dasilva and Tomas Kalas from Chelsea, as well as goalkeeper Dan Bentley. Blackburn, too, appear to have traded well and could be dark horses, having lured the likes of Sam Gallagher and Bradley Johnson. Sheffield Wednesday ended last season strongly under Steve Bruce but are still looking for a new manager as financial problems continue to bite, while Sabri Lamouchi and Jonathan Woodgate are new men in the dugout at Nottingham Forest and Middlesbrough respectively; both traditional heavyweights remain ambitious but are once again in transition. Potential strugglers Luton - promoted as League One champions and bolstered by several astute-looking signings - may fancy their chances of a Sheffield United-style bounce but the sides they came up with Barnsley and Charlton () - are the bookies' favourites to go straight back down. Off-field problems persist at the Addicks, whose small squad may be exposed in the second tier, but don't put it past Daniel Stendel's high-pressing Tykes to surprise. Charlton won the League One play-off final but are tipped by the bookmakers to struggle Millwall () have lost the familiar faces of Lee Gregory and Steve Morison up front, yet the signing of 6 ft 6 striker Matt Smith indicates little change to an approach that had some fans questioning Neil Harris' future at the end of last term. QPR have lost playmaker Luke Freeman as well as Smith and seem likely to struggle again (), though there will be hopes Jordan Hugill can kickstart his career, while Birmingham () - under the stewardship of Pep Clotet after Garry Monk's controversial sacking - have lost key players in Che Adams, Jota and former captain Michael Morrison. A tough season seems ahead for Wigan too (), who are shorn of Reece James and Nick Powell. New in the dugout for 2019/20 Birmingham Pep Clotet Derby Phillip Cocu Hull Grant McCann Luton Graeme Jones Middlesbrough Jonathan Woodgate Nottm Forest Sabri Lamouchi QPR Mark Warburton Sheff Wed TBC Swansea Steve Cooper West Brom Slaven Bilic Top scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic is to be top in the 2019/20 goalscoring stakes. The Serbia striker netted 12 times in 20 appearances on loan to help Fulham to the Premier League in 2017/18 and bagged 11 top-flight goals the following term despite their relegation. Aleksandar Mitrovic is the favourite to finish top scorer Neal Maupay netted 25 goals from Brentford in 2018/19, finishing behind only Teemu Pukki and Tammy Abraham, and is a to lead the way this time - providing he stays at Griffin Park amid Premier League interest. Leeds duo Kemar Roofe and Patrick Bamford - like Huddersfield's promising young forward Karlan Grant - are , while Swansea's Oli McBurnie, another with top-flight suitors, is deemed an . Britt Assombalonga, a player expected to be afforded more support in Jonathan Woodgate's new Middlesbrough side, , with Jack Marriott - who impressed in Derby's ultimately disappointing play-off campaign - given the same odds. Britt Assombalonga will hope to be part of a new-look Middlesbrough attack Three players to watch Ivan Caveleiro: Fulham look to have done good business in signing Ivan Cavaleiro from Wolves. The Portugal international was a popular man at Molineux, having been a key figure in the club's promotion-winning campaign, before continuing to play his part in the Premier League too. With Cavaleiro now 25, Fulham are getting a gifted winger in his prime who is accustomed to life in the Championship. Last time around in the competition, he ranked third for clear-cut chances created and was one of the top dribblers too. Expect him to entertain. Helder Costa: Leeds supporters are entitled to be excited about the acquisition of Costa given his impact at Wolves. As recently as October, he was scoring his first goal for Portugal and also found the net at Wembley in Wolves' 3-1 win over Tottenham in December. This is a coup. Helder Costa is one of two Wolves loanees who could make a splash in the second tier Costa needs game time having found himself on the bench at Molineux, following a change of formation, but if he can rediscover the form that saw him top score for Wolves during his first season in England, then then this be could be the buy that gets Leeds over the line. Marcus Tavernier: New Middlesbrough boss Woodgate has given youth a chance in pre-season and one player hoping to profit this term is 20-year-old Marcus Tavernier. The winger - younger brother of Rangers' James - was largely restricted to substitute appearances last season but boasts the technique and turn of pace to play a key role in 2019/20. "He's going to be a top player. He'll eventually play in the Premier League," former boss Tony Pulis said. "He's still a little bit...some days he comes in and he's brilliant, some days he's a bit lackadaisical." Opportunities should come in a side expected to be more expansive under Woodgate; consistency will be Tavernier's target when he gets them.
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Fixtures AFC Bournemouth 20 July v Girona (A) Details 26 July v West Brom (A) Details 27 July v Brentford (A) Details 2 August v Lazio (H) Details 3 August v Lyon (H) Details Arsenal 6 July Boreham Wood 3-3 Arsenal XI Report 15 July v Colorado Rapids (A) Details 17 July v Bayern Munich (Dignity Health Sports Park, Los Angeles) Details 20 July v Fiorentina (Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte) Details 23 July v Real Madrid (FedExField, Washington DC) Details 28 July v Lyon (H) Details 31 July v Angers (A) Details 4 August v Barcelona (A) Details Aston Villa 17 July v Minnesota United (A) Details 21 July v Shrewsbury (A) Details 24 July v Walsall (A) Details 27 July v Charlton (A) Details 3 August v RB Leipzig (A) Details Brighton & Hove Albion 13 July v Liefering (Sportplatz Bischofshofen, Austria) Details 19 July v Crawley Town (A) Details 20 July v Fulham (EBB Stadium, Aldershot) Details 27 July v Birmingham City (A) Details 2 August v Valencia (H) Details Burnley 20 July v Crewe Alexandra (A) Details 20 July v Port Vale (A) Details 23 July v Fleetwood Town (A) Details 27 July v Wigan Athletic (A) Details 30 July v Nice (H) Details 3 August v Parma (H) Details Chelsea 10 July Bohemians 1-1 Chelsea Report 13 July v St Patrick's Athletic (A) Details 19 July v Kawasaki Frontale (Nissan Stadium, Yokohama) Details 23 July v Barcelona (Saitama Stadium) Details 28 July v Reading (A) Details 31 July v RB Salzburg (A) Details 3 August v B Monchengladbach (A) Details Crystal Palace 9 July Luzern 1-1 Crystal Palace (5-6 on pens) Report 13 July v Young Boys (A) Details 16 July v Barnet (A) Details 19 July v Nottingham Forest (A) Details 20 July v Bromley (A) Details 27 July v Bristol City (A) Details 30 July v AFC Wimbledon (A) Details 3 August v Hertha Berlin (H) Details Everton 7 July Kariobangi Sharks 1-1 (4-3 pens) Everton Highlights 14 July v Sion (Bagnes, Switzerland) Details 19 July v Monaco (Bagnes, Switzerland) Details 24 July v Wigan (A) Details 27 July v Mainz (A) Details 27 July v Sevilla (Opel Arena, Mainz) Details 3 August v Werder Bremen (A) Details Leicester City 16 July v Scunthorpe United (A) Details 20 July v Cheltenham Town (A) Details 23 July v Cambridge United (A) Details 27 July v Rotherham United (A) Details 27 July v Stoke City (A) Details 2 August v Atalanta (H) Details Liverpool 11 July Tranmere Rovers 0-6 Liverpool Report 14 July v Bradford City (A) Details 19 July v Borussia Dortmund (Notre Dame Stadium, Indiana) Details 21 July v Sevilla (Fenway Park, Boston) Details 24 July v Sporting (Yankee Stadium, New York) Details 28 July v Napoli (Murrayfield) Details 31 July v Lyon (Stade de Geneve, Switzerland) Details 4 August v Man City (Wembley) (FA Community Shield) Details Manchester City 17 July v West Ham (Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre) Details 20 July v Newcastle United/Wolves (Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) Details 27 July v Yokohama F. Marinos (A) Details 4 August v Liverpool (Wembley Stadium) Community Shield Details Manchester United 13 July v Perth Glory (A) Details 17 July v Leeds United (Optus Stadium, Perth) Details 20 July v Inter Milan (National Stadium Singapore) Details 25 July v Spurs (Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) Details 30 July v Kristiansund (Ullevaal Stadium, Oslo) Details 3 August v AC Milan (Principality Stadium, Cardiff) Details Newcastle United 17 July v Wolves (Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre) Details 20 July v Man City/West Ham (Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) Details 30 July v Hibernian (A) Details 3 August v Saint Etienne (H) Details Norwich City 14 July v Arminia Bielefeld (A) Details 19 July v Schalke (Frimo Stadion, Lotte) Details 24 July v Brentford (Colney Training Centre) Details 27 July v Luton Town (A) Details 30 July v Atalanta (H) Details 3 August v Toulouse (H) Details Sheffield United 12 July v Real Betis (Algarve Stadium, Portugal) Details 16 July v Burton Albion (A) Details 20 July v Northampton Town (A) Details 23 July v Chesterfield (A) Details 27 July v Barnsley (A) Details Southampton 14 July v Altach (A) Details 20 July v Preston North End (A) Details 23 July v Guangzhou R&F (Estadio Campo Desportivo, Macau) Details 28 July v Feyenoord (A) Details 3 August v Koln (H) Details Tottenham Hotspur 21 July v Juventus (National Stadium Singapore) Details 25 July v Man Utd (Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) Details 4 August v Inter Milan (H) Details Watford 18 July v Ajax (Lichtenbergstrasse, Austria) Details 20 July v Bayer Leverkusen (Sportplatzstrasse, Austria) Details 27 July v Queens Park Rangers (A) Details 3 August v Real Sociedad (H) Details West Ham United 11 July Altach 2-3 West Ham Report 17 July v Man City (Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre) Details 20 July v Newcastle United/Wolves (Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) Details 27 July v Fulham (A) Details 3 August v Athletic Bilbao (H) Betway Cup Details Wolverhampton Wanderers 17 July v Newcastle United (Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre) Details 20 July v Man City/West Ham (Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai) Details 25 July v Crusaders/B36 Torshavn (H) (UEFA Europa League second qualifying round, first leg) Details 1 August v Crusaders/B36 Torshavn (A) (UEFA Europa League second qualifying round, second leg) Details
  5. Pmsl Copa America has started horrible for Messi. Copa America >>>>> Pure counter chaos.
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Friday, 9 August 2019 20:00 Liverpool v Norwich City Saturday, 10 August 2019 12:30 West Ham v Man City AFC Bournemouth v Sheffield United Burnley v Southampton Crystal Palace v Everton Leicester City v Wolves Watford v Brighton 17:30 Spurs v Aston Villa Sunday, 11 August 2019 14:00 Newcastle United v Arsenal 16:30 Man Utd v Chelsea Saturday, 17 August 2019 Arsenal v Burnley Aston Villa v AFC Bournemouth Brighton v West Ham Chelsea v Leicester City Everton v Watford Man City v Spurs Norwich City v Newcastle United Sheffield United v Crystal Palace Southampton v Liverpool Wolves v Man Utd Saturday, 24 August 2019 AFC Bournemouth v Man City Aston Villa v Everton Brighton v Southampton Liverpool v Arsenal Man Utd v Crystal Palace Norwich City v Chelsea Sheffield United v Leicester City Spurs v Newcastle United Watford v West Ham Wolves v Burnley Saturday, 31 August 2019 Arsenal v Spurs Burnley v Liverpool Chelsea v Sheffield United Crystal Palace v Aston Villa Everton v Wolves Leicester City v AFC Bournemouth Man City v Brighton Newcastle United v Watford Southampton v Man Utd West Ham v Norwich City Saturday, 14 September 2019 AFC Bournemouth v Everton Aston Villa v West Ham Brighton v Burnley Liverpool v Newcastle United Man Utd v Leicester City Norwich City v Man City Sheffield United v Southampton Spurs v Crystal Palace Watford v Arsenal Wolves v Chelsea Saturday, 21 September 2019 Arsenal v Aston Villa Burnley v Norwich City Chelsea v Liverpool Crystal Palace v Wolves Everton v Sheffield United Leicester City v Spurs Man City v Watford Newcastle United v Brighton Southampton v AFC Bournemouth West Ham v Man Utd Saturday, 28 September 2019 AFC Bournemouth v West Ham Aston Villa v Burnley Chelsea v Brighton Crystal Palace v Norwich City Everton v Man City Leicester City v Newcastle United Man Utd v Arsenal Sheffield United v Liverpool Spurs v Southampton Wolves v Watford Saturday, 5 October 2019 Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth Brighton v Spurs Burnley v Everton Liverpool v Leicester City Man City v Wolves Newcastle United v Man Utd Norwich City v Aston Villa Southampton v Chelsea Watford v Sheffield United West Ham v Crystal Palace Saturday, 19 October 2019 AFC Bournemouth v Norwich City Aston Villa v Brighton Chelsea v Newcastle United Crystal Palace v Man City Everton v West Ham Leicester City v Burnley Man Utd v Liverpool Sheffield United v Arsenal Spurs v Watford Wolves v Southampton Saturday, 26 October 2019 Arsenal v Crystal Palace Brighton v Everton Burnley v Chelsea Liverpool v Spurs Man City v Aston Villa Newcastle United v Wolves Norwich City v Man Utd Southampton v Leicester City Watford v AFC Bournemouth West Ham v Sheffield United Saturday, 2 November 2019 AFC Bournemouth v Man Utd Arsenal v Wolves Aston Villa v Liverpool Brighton v Norwich City Crystal Palace v Leicester City Everton v Spurs Man City v Southampton Sheffield United v Burnley Watford v Chelsea West Ham v Newcastle United Saturday, 9 November 2019 Burnley v West Ham Chelsea v Crystal Palace Leicester City v Arsenal Liverpool v Man City Man Utd v Brighton Newcastle United v AFC Bournemouth Norwich City v Watford Southampton v Everton Spurs v Sheffield United Wolves v Aston Villa Saturday, 23 November 2019 AFC Bournemouth v Wolves Arsenal v Southampton Aston Villa v Newcastle United Brighton v Leicester City Crystal Palace v Liverpool Everton v Norwich City Man City v Chelsea Sheffield United v Man Utd Watford v Burnley West Ham v Spurs Saturday, 30 November 2019 Burnley v Crystal Palace Chelsea v West Ham Leicester City v Everton Liverpool v Brighton Man Utd v Aston Villa Newcastle United v Man City Norwich City v Arsenal Southampton v Watford Spurs v AFC Bournemouth Wolves v Sheffield United Tuesday, 3 December 2019 19:45 Arsenal v Brighton 19:45 Burnley v Man City 19:45 Leicester City v Watford 19:45 Sheffield United v Newcastle United 19:45 Wolves v West Ham 20:00 Man Utd v Spurs Wednesday, 4 December 2019 19:45 Chelsea v Aston Villa 19:45 Southampton v Norwich City 20:00 Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth 20:00 Liverpool v Everton Saturday, 7 December 2019 AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool Aston Villa v Leicester City Brighton v Wolves Everton v Chelsea Man City v Man Utd Newcastle United v Southampton Norwich City v Sheffield United Spurs v Burnley Watford v Crystal Palace West Ham v Arsenal Saturday, 14 December 2019 Arsenal v Man City Burnley v Newcastle United Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth Crystal Palace v Brighton Leicester City v Norwich City Liverpool v Watford Man Utd v Everton Sheffield United v Aston Villa Southampton v West Ham Wolves v Spurs Saturday, 21 December 2019 AFC Bournemouth v Burnley Aston Villa v Southampton Brighton v Sheffield United Everton v Arsenal Man City v Leicester City Newcastle United v Crystal Palace Norwich City v Wolves Spurs v Chelsea Watford v Man Utd West Ham v Liverpool Thursday, 26 December 2019 AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal Aston Villa v Norwich City Chelsea v Southampton Crystal Palace v West Ham Everton v Burnley Leicester City v Liverpool Man Utd v Newcastle United Sheffield United v Watford Spurs v Brighton Wolves v Man City Saturday, 28 December 2019 Arsenal v Chelsea Brighton v AFC Bournemouth Burnley v Man Utd Liverpool v Wolves Man City v Sheffield United Newcastle United v Everton Norwich City v Spurs Southampton v Crystal Palace Watford v Aston Villa West Ham v Leicester City Wednesday, 1 January 2020 Arsenal v Man Utd Brighton v Chelsea Burnley v Aston Villa Liverpool v Sheffield United Man City v Everton Newcastle United v Leicester City Norwich City v Crystal Palace Southampton v Spurs Watford v Wolves West Ham v AFC Bournemouth Saturday, 11 January 2020 AFC Bournemouth v Watford Aston Villa v Man City Chelsea v Burnley Crystal Palace v Arsenal Everton v Brighton Leicester City v Southampton Man Utd v Norwich City Sheffield United v West Ham Spurs v Liverpool Wolves v Newcastle United Saturday, 18 January 2020 Arsenal v Sheffield United Brighton v Aston Villa Burnley v Leicester City Liverpool v Man Utd Man City v Crystal Palace Newcastle United v Chelsea Norwich City v AFC Bournemouth Southampton v Wolves Watford v Spurs West Ham v Everton Tuesday, 21 January 2020 19:45 AFC Bournemouth v Brighton 19:45 Aston Villa v Watford 19:45 Everton v Newcastle United 19:45 Leicester City v West Ham 19:45 Sheffield United v Man City 19:45 Wolves v Liverpool 20:00 Man Utd v Burnley Wednesday, 22 January 2020 19:45 Chelsea v Arsenal 19:45 Spurs v Norwich City 20:00 Crystal Palace v Southampton Saturday, 1 February 2020 AFC Bournemouth v Aston Villa Burnley v Arsenal Crystal Palace v Sheffield United Leicester City v Chelsea Liverpool v Southampton Man Utd v Wolves Newcastle United v Norwich City Spurs v Man City Watford v Everton West Ham v Brighton Saturday, 8/15 February 2020* Arsenal v Newcastle United Aston Villa v Spurs Brighton v Watford Chelsea v Man Utd Everton v Crystal Palace Man City v West Ham Norwich City v Liverpool Sheffield United v AFC Bournemouth Southampton v Burnley Wolves v Leicester City *As part of the 2019/20 mid-season player break, five of the above matches will take place on the weekend commencing 8 February and five on the weekend commencing 15 February Saturday, 22 February 2020 Arsenal v Everton Burnley v AFC Bournemouth Chelsea v Spurs Crystal Palace v Newcastle United Leicester City v Man City Liverpool v West Ham Man Utd v Watford Sheffield United v Brighton Southampton v Aston Villa Wolves v Norwich City Saturday, 29 February 2020 AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea Aston Villa v Sheffield United Brighton v Crystal Palace Everton v Man Utd Man City v Arsenal Newcastle United v Burnley Norwich City v Leicester City Spurs v Wolves Watford v Liverpool West Ham v Southampton Saturday, 7 March 2020 Arsenal v West Ham Burnley v Spurs Chelsea v Everton Crystal Palace v Watford Leicester City v Aston Villa Liverpool v AFC Bournemouth Man Utd v Man City Sheffield United v Norwich City Southampton v Newcastle United Wolves v Brighton Saturday, 14 March 2020 AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace Aston Villa v Chelsea Brighton v Arsenal Everton v Liverpool Man City v Burnley Newcastle United v Sheffield United Norwich City v Southampton Spurs v Man Utd Watford v Leicester City West Ham v Wolves Saturday, 21 March 2020 Burnley v Watford Chelsea v Man City Leicester City v Brighton Liverpool v Crystal Palace Man Utd v Sheffield United Newcastle United v Aston Villa Norwich City v Everton Southampton v Arsenal Spurs v West Ham Wolves v AFC Bournemouth Saturday, 4 April 2020 AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle United Arsenal v Norwich City Aston Villa v Wolves Brighton v Man Utd Crystal Palace v Burnley Everton v Leicester City Man City v Liverpool Sheffield United v Spurs Watford v Southampton West Ham v Chelsea Saturday, 11 April 2020 Burnley v Sheffield United Chelsea v Watford Leicester City v Crystal Palace Liverpool v Aston Villa Man Utd v AFC Bournemouth Newcastle United v West Ham Norwich City v Brighton Southampton v Manchester City Spurs v Everton Wolves v Arsenal Saturday, 18 April 2020 AFC Bournemouth v Spurs Arsenal v Leicester City Aston Villa v Man Utd Brighton v Liverpool Crystal Palace v Chelsea Everton v Southampton Man City v Newcastle United Sheffield United v Wolves Watford v Norwich City West Ham v Burnley Saturday, 25 April 2020 AFC Bournemouth v Leicester City Aston Villa v Crystal Palace Brighton v Man City Liverpool v Burnley Man Utd v Southampton Norwich City v West Ham Sheffield United v Chelsea Spurs v Arsenal Watford v Newcastle United Wolves v Everton Saturday, 2 May 2020 Arsenal v Liverpool Burnley v Wolves Chelsea v Norwich City Crystal Palace v Man Utd Everton v Aston Villa Leicester City v Sheffield United Man City v AFC Bournemouth Newcastle United v Spurs Southampton v Brighton West Ham v Watford Saturday, 9 May 2020 AFC Bournemouth v Southampton Aston Villa v Arsenal Brighton v Newcastle United Liverpool v Chelsea Man Utd v West Ham Norwich City v Burnley Sheffield United v Everton Spurs v Leicester City Watford v Man City Wolves v Crystal Palace Sunday, 17 May 2020 Arsenal v Watford Burnley v Brighton Chelsea v Wolves Crystal Palace v Spurs Everton v AFC Bournemouth Leicester City v Man Utd Man City v Norwich City Newcastle United v Liverpool Southampton v Sheffield United West Ham v Aston Villa
  7. Saturday 18th May FA Cup Final Manchester City vs Watford - 17:00 Saturday 25th May Copa Del Rey Barcelona vs Valencia - 20:00 DFB Cup RB Leipzig vs Bayern Munich - 19:00 Taca de Portugal Sporting vs Porta - 17:15 Scottish Cup Final Hearts vs Celtic - 15:00 League Two Play-off Final Tranmere vs Newport County - 15:00 Sunday 26th May League One Play-off Final TBA vs TBA - 15:00 Monday 27th May Championship Play-off Final Aston Villa vs Derby County - 15:00 Wednesday 29th May Europa League Final Chelsea vs Arsenal - 20:00 --- Saturday 1st June Champions League Final Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool - 20:00 ---
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