The iconic Wembley Stadium is set to host the first London derby of the season on Sunday, when defending champions Chelsea take on arch rivals Tottenham Hotspur
Portugal take on New Zealand in their final Group A match as they look to finish atop their group ahead of current leaders Mexico.
Before they can get their hands on the Premier League trophy, Chelsea host Championship-bound Sunderland AFC in their last League game of the season
League leaders Barcelona face a trip to the Canary Islands, where they will be hosted by Quique Setién's UD Las Palmas at the Estadio Gran Canaria on Sunday.
Chelsea play hosts to Steve Agnew's Middlesbrough on Monday, as they look to capitalise on Spur's defeat to move seven points clear at the summit of the League.
Chelsea travel to Staffordshire to face Mark Hughes’ Stoke City, who will look to be the first side to inflict a Premier League defeat on the Blues since January. The last time these two sides faced each other was in the final days of Chelsea’s amazing 13-match winning streak in the Premier League. Chelsea won 4-2, after a largely unconvincing display with goals from Willian, Cahill and Costa proving to be just enough for the hosts to get all 3 points. After that, Chelsea would suffer defeat at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur in their first game of 2017. They would, however, recover well and go on to win 9 of the 11 games in all competitions after that and have managed to make themselves a 10 point lead atop the Premier League table. Stoke would start their year off well with a victory against Watford, but would only win 3 games after that. The Ptters have only suffered Premier […]
After seeing off Napoli in the Champions League, Real Madrid will shift their attention to Real Betis, as they look to regain their place at the summit of the La Liga.
After having dropped points against Valencia and UD Las Palmas, Real Madrid travel to Gipuzkoa to face SD Eibar in what will be their most important League fixture of the season.
Arsenal host Bournemouth at The Emirates on Sunday afternoon, with Jack Wilshere set to watch on from the sidelines
While Karim Benzema has been included in the 19 man squad against Sevilla, Real Madrid will be without captain Sergio Ramos who has earned a suspension along with Pepe.