Arsenal v West Ham, Kick-Off 1330hrs 22nd April
This fixture may not have the intensity of Arsenal v Tottenham or West Ham v Chelsea, but there'll still be plenty at stake at the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal will be aiming to maintain their fading chances of a European place after yet another away loss, this time to Newcastle. Talismanic midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan remains on the sidelines with a knee injury. At the other end of the table, West Ham will want to cement their place in the Premier League for another season, though they will need to watch their disciplinary record – currently the worst in the division.
Athletic Bilbao v Levante, Kick-Off 2000hrs 23rd April
Athletic, marooned in mid-table, have little to play for except pride, though there's always plenty of that to be found in the Basque capital. Levante will be desperate to avoid being dragged back into the relegation mire – they sit just one place above the drop zone, after two wins on the trot for Deportivo La Coruña. Bilbao's dreadful home record this season will give their opponents heart, as will the potential absence of Xabier Etxeita with a knee injury. Levante will hope to draw on the spirit that saw them take a point from the clash with Girona earlier in the month.
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Juventus v Napoli, Kick-Off 1945hrs 22nd April
An effective title decider in Serie A: a fourth successive win for Juventus would see them go nine points clear with four games to play, and with a superior goal difference the Scudetto would be all but theirs. A Napoli victory would open up the title race once more, and Maurizio Sarri will be urging his men to forget the disappointment of the spectacular Gigio Donnarumma save that denied them a last-minute winner at AC Milan and take the game to the reigning champions. They will need to find a way to stop Juventus's Argentine playmaker Paulo Dybala, currently third-top scorer in Serie A with 21 goals.
RasenBallsport Leipzig v Hoffenheim, Kick-Off 1430hrs 21st April
With four games remaining in the Bundesliga season, Champions League football is not out of the question for either team, with fourth-placed Borussia Dortmund four points clear of Leipzig; Hoffenheim are a single point further behind but with a superior goal difference. Hoffenheim go into the game on the back of a seven-match unbeaten run, whereas Leipzig will still be smarting from a 4-1 home thrashing by Bayer Leverkusen a fortnight ago. Hoffenheim winger Serge Gnabry seems to have put his injury problems behind him and will be a key man for the visitors.
Marseille v Lille, Kick-Off 1600hrs 21st April
A crunch game for both sides, albeit for very different reasons. Marseille's inconsistent recent form has seen them overhauled by Lyon in the race for the final Champions League spot; they will need to put any thoughts of their Europa Cup run to one side if they want to avoid ending up in the same competition again next season. In-form winger Florian Thauvin is likely to be a key player for Olympique. Lille, without a win since January, must be grateful for the similarly dismal form of their main relegation rivals: of the bottom six, only rock-bottom Metz have won in the past four games.
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