On the Premier League closing weekend can Liverpool secure their champions league spot? Can Sevilla hang onto their spot in Europe? Two giants collide in Italy on Sunday with Roma v Juventus. With the race for Champions League coming down to the wire in Germany who will claim their place as Hoffenheim face Borussia Dortmund. In France it is winner takes all as Monaco look to clinch Champions League and Saint-Etienne look to clinch Europa League in this must-win match for both sides.
Liverpool v Brighton, Kick-Off 1500hrs 13th May
Sunday the 13th draws close to another year of Premiership football as all 20 teams kick off at 3:00 pm. Liverpool face Brighton & Hove Albion in a must win, with Chelsea hot on their tails looking to knock them off their Champions League spot. In Brighton earlier in the year, Liverpool breezed past the seagulls with a 5-1 win and with Mo Salah in his current player of the year form, the Scouse should have no problem securing the 3 points.
Real Betis v Sevilla, Kick-Off 1730hrs 12th May
Saturday the 12th brings another huge game in Europe. La Liga sides Real Betis and Sevilla go head to head as Sevilla aim to keep the distance from Getafe in an effort to secure their Europa League place. Real Betis are still not safe with 6 points still to play for as they too look to secure their spot in Europe next year and a loss on Saturday will definitely put the pressure on going into their final fixture of the season. When the two sides met in January Betis took the points in a 5-3 win away from home.
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Roma v Juventus, Kick-Off 1945hrs 13th May
With the Italian giants Juventus already wrapping up the league this year the pressure is off for them coming into the closing games of the 2017/2018 season. But that definitely isn't the case for the Italian giants Roma as they are still not registered for Champions League football next season. With such an impressive run from Roma this year their hopes are definitely high for Europe next year making their final two games critical but no one expects Juventus to just roll over. When the sides met last year Juventus took the points in a 1-0 win.
Hoffenheim v Borussia Dortmund, Kick-Off 1430hrs 12th May
Things heat up in Germany on Saturday as all 18 sides kick off at 2:30 pm with plenty left still to play for especially for two of the top 4 Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund. With Hoffenheim only holding their Champions League spot by goal difference and only 3 points behind Borussia Dortmund, a win on Saturday will secure their spot for next season. Borussia Dortmund can afford to draw but it will be a tough task for Hoffenheim to keep Marco Reus quiet. When the two sides met earlier in the season Dortmund took the points in a 1-0 win.
Monaco v Saint-Etienne, Kick-Off 2000hrs 12th May
Another crucial game in European football this weekend. Monaco look to keep their distance from Marseille, in an effort to hold their Champions League place, against Jean Louise Gasset's side who, after an impressive year, are on the verge of securing a place in the Europa League next season. When the two sides met earlier in the season Monaco beat them 4-0 but you can almost guarantee it will not be as easy this time around.