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  1. Leicester vs Southampton The second FA Cup Semi-Final is coming up on Sunday evening at 6:30pm BST from Wembley Stadium where high-flying Premier League side Leicester will take on struggling division rivals Southampton for a lucrative place in the FA Cup Final against Chelsea next month. Fans will make a welcome return to watching football live at this game with 4,000 Brent locals and key workers in attendance so it's set to be a special one. Leicester have the potential to make this a real season to remember with the club in 3rd place in the Premier League and now just possibly 180
  2. Manchester United vs Burnley The second and final game in the Premier League on Sunday is a 4pm BST kick-off where Champions League chasing Manchester United host relegation outsiders Burnley at Old Trafford. There could be a huge amount of pressure on the away side if Fulham beat Arsenal in the earlier kick-off so it'll be interesting to see how both teams shape up coming into this one. Manchester United are enjoying a solid enough campaign that they can come away from it satisfied but still feeling there is progress to be made. The fact that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has guided them to
  3. Arsenal vs Fulham It's an all-London affair to start the Premier League action on Sunday afternoon with mid-table Arsenal looking to keep their fading European qualification chances alive when they take on relegation-threatened Fulham in a 1:30pm BST kick-off at the Emirates Stadium. Time is running out for both of these teams to achieve their goals so pressure will be huge for this encounter. Arsenal have endured a campaign that has been plagued by inconsistency. Mikel Arteta's side earned a morale-boosting win in midweek to eliminate Slavia Prague and progress to the Europa League
  4. Wolves vs Sheffield United The evening game in the Premier League on Saturday is a big one with Wolves playing Sheffield United at Molineux in an 8:15pm BST kick-off. The situation is simple. If the away side lose this game then they will have their relegation back to the Championship confirmed. It certainly feels that there is a sense of inevitability about it anyway but seeing it in black and white would make it a reality for United fans. Wolves plod on with their disappointing season with the club down in 12th place. Nuno Espirito Santo will be feeling his team have done enough to
  5. Chelsea vs Manchester City It's FA Cup Semi-Final weekend and that means a double header of Wembley Stadium action. The first tie coming up is a 5:30pm BST kick-off on Saturday afternoon between Chelsea and Manchester City. There may be no fans attending this epic clash but you can be certain that this game will be full of drama as the London club look to put a spanner in the works of the Premier League leaders' quadruple hunt. Chelsea enjoyed another brilliant European night in midweek as they eliminated Porto from the Champions League to reach the Semi-Finals of the competition. Th
  6. Colchester vs Walsall The League Two action is also split across two times due to the funeral on Saturday so here is a 5:30pm BST kick-off between two struggling sides in the division in the shape of Colchester and Walsall set to be played at the Colchester Community Stadium. Both sides have had disappointing campaigns and relegation is still a concern for these two teams as they go head-to-head. Colchester know that it's getting to the stage where they need to pick up the wins otherwise they face a humiliating drop back down to the National League. Once you fall through that trap do
  7. AFC Wimbledon vs Swindon The League One fixtures are a bit all over the place today due to being re-scheduled because of HRH Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip's funeral. Matches are either kicking off at 12:30pm BST or 5:30pm BST. This clash is between AFC Wimbledon and Swindon at 5:30pm BST on Saturday afternoon from Plough Lane. Who will prevail victorious from this encounter? AFC Wimbledon will simply be pleased to be keeping their heads above water at the moment. The Dons are in 19th place and 2 points above the relegation zone with two games in hand on 21st positioned Northampton.
  8. Newcastle vs West Ham The Premier League sees an early kick-off at 12:30pm BST on Saturday afternoon when relegation battling Newcastle host high-flying West Ham at St James' Park. The matches are spread over the whole week so this is only one of two league games being played today. Is a win for the away team already written in the stars or can the home team further ease their drop zone worries? Newcastle took a big step towards securing their safety this season with a 2-1 win away to Burnley last weekend. That victory made it just 1 defeat in their last 6 league games and the Magpie
  9. Reading vs Cardiff The Championship offers up two early games this weekend on a Friday night with Reading taking on Cardiff in a 6pm BST kick-off at the Madejski Stadium in front of the Sky Sports cameras. The home side are still in with a shout of pushing for a play-off place but hope really has faded into nothingness now for the away team who look set for another season in the second tier of English football. Reading were the early pace setters in the Championship this season with Veljko Paunovic's men adopting a fortuitous style of play. It was an approach that defied physics with
  10. Everton vs Tottenham The Premier League action starts early on the Friday night this week with an 8pm BST kick-off between European qualification chasing Everton and Tottenham at Goodison Park. Both of these teams started their respective campaigns so well but their seasons have tailed off. There is still a strong chance of European football next season if they can end on a high but can either team win here? Everton will feel it is now or never for them to get back to winning ways otherwise they could end up sinking into a mid-table finish without a fight. Carlo Ancelotti's men are i
  11. Check out the latest odds and ratings from the Turkish Super Lig this weekend. Post your predictions down below!
  12. Here are the latest odds for the Greek Super League matches coming up this weekend. The ratings aren't fully updated from our provider yet but we'll look to get that sorted asap. Give us your predictions down below!
  13. The next round of Dutch Eredivisie games might not be until next week but here are the odds and ratings for you to peruse before placing some bets down. Tell us what you're backing!
  14. Here are the odds and ratings for the upcoming games to be played in the Belgian First Division A this weekend. Take a look and give us your opinions on these matches!
  15. Check out the latest odds and ratings for the next round of Portuguese Primeira Liga matches scheduled. Give us your predictions and bets for these fixtures right here!
  16. Here are the odds and ratings for this weekend's matches in the German Bundesliga I and II. Have a read of them and give us your chosen bets for these upcoming fixtures!
  17. Check out the latest odds and ratings for the Italian Serie A and B matches scheduled to be played this weekend! Tell us your predictions down below and let's smash these bookies!
  18. Liverpool vs Real Madrid The second game I'm previewing from the Wednesday night batch of Champions League Quarter-Final second leg matches is the 8pm BST kick-off between reigning Premier League champions Liverpool and current La Liga champions Real Madrid that's set to take place at Anfield. The away side hold a 3-1 advantage from this first leg but can the home team make use of their own turf for this game? Liverpool have generally had a season to forget with their Premier League title defence in tatters, FA Cup and EFL Cup hopes dead, and now they are two goals down in the Champi
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