Chelsea v Tottenham, Kick-Off 1600hrs 01st April
Chelsea is currently at position five in the EPL table and is also five points behind Tottenham ahead of Sunday’s clash at Stamford Bridge. There are only eight games left this season, and Antonio Conte’s side is running out of time to securing a Champions League qualification spot. Thibaut Courtois (hamstring) and Andreas Christensen (fatigue) are doubtful, but they could be ready for Sunday’s clash.
As expected, Tottenham will be without their main man Harry Kane, which gives Heung-min Son the chance to lead their attack at Stamford Bridge. This also means that Erik Lamela is expected to come in to take Son's natural position on the left wing.
Sevilla v FC Barcelona, Kick-Off 1945hrs 31st March
Barcelona will be 14 points clear at the top of La Liga’s table if they get a sixth successive victory over Sevilla. This season Barcelona is in top form and has not lost a single league game. They have also won 11, drawing in four of their away games. Sevilla, on the other hand, has been impressive at home, losing just three league games at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan this season.
Sevilla’s record against Barcelona is poor as they have won only one of the last 20 meetings. The previous six games between them have yielded 39 yellow cards and four red cards. So you can bank on several yellow cards to be shown if you are live betting.
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Juventus v A.C. Milan, Kick-Off 1945hrs 31st March
Juventus will be looking to increase their two-point lead at the top of the table when AC Milan visits their stadium. Juve is unbeaten in their last three home games against AC Milan in all competitions and will see Alex Sandro (thigh injury), Bernardeschi (knee injury), Chiellini (thigh injury), Cuadrado (groin injury) miss this clash through injury.
AC Milan, on the other side, has enjoyed a great run of form having won all their last five games in the Serie A. AC Milan currently in position 6 in the Serie A table with 50 points to after 28 games. Romagnoli (muscle injury) will miss this game while Abate (calf injury), Calabria (groin injury), Conti (knee injury) are doubtful for this game.
Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund, Kick-Off 1730hrs 31st March
This clash at the Allianz Arena will be a highly contested Bundesliga derby. The mighty Bavarians have a 17 points lead in the league and are on track to bag the domestic trophy once again. They will be missing the services of Neuer (leg injury) and Coman (ankle injury). Boateng and Robben are also doubtful for this game.
Dortmund, on the other hand, is aiming to secure a top-four finish. Peter Stoger's men will face an uphill task against in-form Bayern Munich. Kagawa (ankle injury), Rode (groin injury), and Yarmolenko (foot injury) will not feature in this game.
Lille v Amiens, Kick-Off 1600hrs 01st April
Lille is in the relegation zone and has the chance to draw level with Amiens when the two clubs meet at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy. Lille has scored and conceded in their last five games, and when you look at their opponents, you will give Lille more praise for getting goals than conceding.
On the other side, Amiens is out of the relegation zone, and their last two matches have ended in 1-1 draws. At least one goal has been conceded in the six previous games between the two sides which mean that there probably will be goals in this tie. Both teams do not have pending injuries, but Lille will be looking to upset their visitors and move out of the relegation zone.