Eden Hazard and John Obi Mikel both face late fitness tests ahead of this one. Oriol Romeu is out for this season due to an ACL knee injury.
Aaron Lennon and Mousa Dembele are both suffering from muscle problems for Spurs. Scott Parker has a foot injury while Sandro Ranieri has an ACL knee injury. William Gallas will…
"We are in first place, and we are going to Porto and will be champions." These are the words of Benfica's Maxi Pereira, who showed his confidence after Benfica failed to defeat Estoril at the Estádio da Luz on Monday night. If drawing against Estoril at home was not bad enough, the Águias will now play at the Estádio do Dragão on Saturday with a slim two point lead.
Even if Benfica went into this match with a four point lead, this rivalry is much more than just a title match. Neither team wants to lose to their biggest rival, especially when they both have the possibility of claiming a domestic title.
I'm not exactly sure anyone could have scripted this finish any better.
The 26-year-old French striker made his move to the Premier League in January of 2013, but his stay with QPR could be cut short due to their already confirmed relegation.
Harry Redknapp was just one of many key figures brought into the London club to save the side from a potential relegation battle, but not even the former Tottenham Hotspur manager was able to save Tony Fernandes' club.
Heading into next season, Remy appears to be set to move on from his five month adventure with QPR. His move to London cost approximately 8 million pounds, but Arsene Wenger is confident that if he was to make a bid, he could sign the French international at a cheaper price.
The tension has been building in the Portuguese League for quite some time, but Benfica has done a good job to deal with it all in the right ways. A lead over their rivals in the domestic league already had their confidence sky high, but after their mid-week match against Fenerbahce, the Lisbon side will be even more focused.
A 3-1 victory over Fenerbahce put Jorge Jesus' side in the Europa League Final, somewhere the Aguias have not managed to be for 23 years. With that objective already checked off their list, Benfica now needs six points to guarantee a 33rd Portuguese League title.
On Monday night, 65,000 Benfica fans will fill the Estadio da Luz to show their support. After witnessing the atmosphere in the stadium on Thursday, Monday's match will certainly provide yet another day to remember.
Boca Juniors and River Plate, Argentina's two most successful and widely supported clubs, clash in what promises to be an action-packed Argentine Superclasico at the Bombonera stadium in Buenos Aires on Sunday.
Both teams head into the Superclasico in contrasting situations, as while Boca languish in 18th place, with just 9 points, River are in third place…
Not many people would have expected Barcelona to have gone out of the Champions League the way they did, but after watching those two very one sided matches, Tito Vilanova's side clearly has some weak spots.
Starting from the back, they have been struggling defensively for some time now, but with such a comfortable lead in La Liga, Puyol and Mascherano certainly will not be rushed back. Eric Abidal will likely get the start along side Pique, while Pinto should start in goal for Valdes who is out with a foot injury.
Keeping teams off the score-sheet has not been easy for the Blaugrana, and it could be very much of the same scenario on Sunday.
Juventus are just one point away from clinching the Serie A for a second successive season, and the Italian giants won't want to miss out on the opportunity when they battle with relegation-threatened Palermo at Juventus Stadium on Sunday.
With only four games left to play this season, Juventus are no less than 11 points clear of second-placed Napoli, but although…
AC Milan will be desperate to claim a much-needed victory over lowly Torino at the San Siro in order to remain in contention for Italy's third and final direct Champions League spot.
The Rossoneri lie in third place of the Serie A, with 62 points, just one position and one point ahead of Fiorentina, with 61 points. Fiorentina's home defeat to Roma on Saturday means…
Local bragging rights are up for grabs as local rivals Liverpool and Everton battle in the latest edition of the Merseyside derby, a fixture that has seen more red cards than any other in the English Premier League.
Liverpool, who sit in seventh position of the Premier League with 54 points, one position and five points below Everton, head into the clash with…
With just three games left in the season, a relegation fight is on the horizon.
After Queens Park Rangers and Reading were confirmed of their fate last week in a dull encounter which ended 0-0, it now remains to be seen which side will join them for life in the Championship.
As things stand, Norwich, Sunderland, Aston Villa, Newcastle United and Wigan Athletic are all in danger of a possible demotion.
Wigan enjoy the benefit of a game in hand and will be looking forward to take advantage of their fortune.
Miami Beach, Florida (May 4, 2013) – Live Soccer TV has gathered exclusive live stream and TV schedules information for football fans who want to watch Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich live. The hosts had a great week celebrating Champions League semi-final success on Real Madrid’s ground, the Santiago Bernabeu. The visitors, meanwhile, are fresh from recording the biggest ever margin of victory at this stage of the competition: a 7-0 dismantling of the mighty Barcelona on aggregate.
It is happening this Saturday, at 12:30pm EST/ 16:30 GMT / 18:30 CET. Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich is the big match on everyone’s mind in Germany. It is a glimpse of the UEFA Champions League final set to take place on Saturday, May 25, 2013.
Miami Beach, Florida (May 3, 2013) – Three big fixtures – two from the Spanish La Liga and one from the Italian Serie A – headline beIN Sports’ coverage this weekend. Real Madrid vs Real Valladolid, Juventus vs Palermo and Barcelona vs Real Betis will feature on both channels – beIN Sport USA and beIN Sport en Español. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) offers you a full view of beIN Sports’ live TV listings between May 3 and May 5, 2013.
A few days ago, the Santiago Bernabeu’s home supporters were on the brink of witness a momentous comeback of Real Madrid against Borussia Dortmund. Although it did not happen this way, Los Blancos showed tremendous zeal throughout the match and this is the kind of spirit they will want to maintain until the end of the campaign.
Miami Beach, Florida (May 3, 2013) – Another matchday in the English Premier League will see all 20 teams engage in interesting battles. Two fixtures, in particular, stand out: Liverpool vs Everton and Manchester United vs Chelsea are scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 5, 2013. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) gives you all the live stream and TV schedules information you could need.
Liverpool’s chances of achieving the top-four target they set at the beginning of the campaign is gone. Mathematically, there is no way the Merseyside Reds can afford a spot in next year’s UEFA Champions League competition.
Analysis: Real Madrid looking to push Barcelona all the way to the wall
Real Madrid can pride themselves in the way they crashed out from the 2012/13 UEFA Champions League semi-finals in midweek. They bottled their chances in the first leg by allowing Borussia Dortmund to press them hard throughout 90 minutes as Robert Lewandowski scored an incredible amount of four goals. From there, it was always going to be difficult for Los Blancos to stage a comeback.
However, as dramatic as it may sound, they came only a goal away from reaching Wembley this Tuesday. Two late strikes from Benzema and Ramos almost put Real Madrid in dreamland. The miraculous third goal never occurred and the Santiago Bernabeu became the ground of priceless scenes of celebration for visitors Dortmund.