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Chelsea-Arsenal-Tottenham battle for Champions League spots boils up; Jamie Carragher and Alex Ferguson feature in their last respective games; watch live games of EPL’s Week 38
Miami Beach, Florida (May 18, 2013) – Everything is set for the English Premier League’s very final week of the 2012/13 season. All ten matches will kick off simultaneously at 11:00am EST/15:00GMT/16:00 local time on Sunday, May 19, 2013. The fate of many teams has already been decided but there is still much to play for and the biggest sports networks across the planet are geared up for this mammoth day!
It is time to know where to watch every single match of your choice live online or on television come May 19. Finding answers to that can be a hard and time consuming task. Today, Live Soccer TV (@LiveSoccerTV) shows you all the information you need right in one place through a combination of TV channels lined up for the following fixtures:
The top four drama will finally reach its conclusion this Sunday as North London giants Arsenal and Tottenham battle one last time to guarantee a place in next season’s Champions League.
Arsenal pay a visit to St James’ Park where they face a Newcastle side who have something to celebrate for after they guaranteed their survival in England’s top tier football for another season. The Magpies however have had a very disappointing season especially considering their antics in last season’s edition of the Barclays Premier League, when they nearly broke in the top four and finished the season just five points shy of a top four finish.
The Newcastle side which was expected to grow from strength to strength instead suffered a peculiar decline and after repeatedly flirting with relegation this season, the Toons finally confirmed their stay in England’s top flight football by defeating Queens Park Rangers last week.
Tottenham knows their Champions League future lies in the hands of Arsenal; nothing but a win will do against a Sunderland side which escaped relegation by the thinnest of margins.
Sandro, Younes Kaboul and William Gallas are out for Spurs. Wes Brown, Lee Cattermole and Steven Fletcher are out for Sunderland. Craig Gardner and Stephan Sessegnon are both suspended. Danny Rose is ineligible due to Spurs connections.
Recent encounters between these two sides…
A top four finish is just three points away for North London side Arsenal, and a win on Sunday will guarantee the Gunners a Champions League spot next season.
For the eighth consecutive season Arsenal will end the season without any silverware in their trophy cabinet. However, with their upcoming encounter against Newcastle United at Saint James’ Park on the horizon, Arsenal know that they must register a win in order to guarantee themselves a place in the qualification round for next season’s edition of the UEFA Champions League.
The Gunners have been an ever-present side alongside Manchester United in the Champions League for the past 17 years and should they miss out on the competition, it will seal the final disappointment in a season that has already been filled with a lot of disappointments for Arsenal fans.
Tottenham, sitting one point behind Arsenal in the table in fifth, knows that their fate is now in the Gunner’s hands; they will be looking to beat Tony Pulis’ Stoke to take advantage of any slipups by Arsenal or Chelsea.
Glenn Whelan, Andy Wilkinson and Marc Wilson are all doubtful for Stoke City. Sandro, William Gallas and Younes Kaboul are all out for the North London side. Mousa Dembele could be set to return after missing the 2-2 draw against Chelsea.
Spurs will leap to fourth in the Premier League table with a win this week…
With the season rapidly coming to an end, both Tottenham and Chelsea know that they cannot afford any further slip-ups as they gear up to face each other at the Stamford Bridge later tonight
With just three games left to play for in the 2012/2013 Barclays Premier League campaign, Chelsea host Tottenham Hotspur in a Premier League encounter where a win would further clear the picture as to which two teams could possibly finish third and fourth.
As things stand, it is Chelsea who are occupying the third place in the league table with 68 points from 35 games, one ahead of fourth placed Arsenal and three ahead of Spurs who languish in fifth place.
Arsenal currently occupy the last Champions League berth and lead their north London rivals by just two points. However, with Spurs still with a game in hand, victory over the Blues in tonight’s encounter will see them overhaul Arsenal in fourth place.
London derby sees Chelsea host Spurs on Wednesday, May 8, 2013; More fire to the already-tense top-four race in the English Premier League; watch Chelsea-Spurs live
Miami Beach, Florida (May 6, 2013) – This Wednesday, where else to fix your eyes but at Stamford Bridge? The fight for UEFA Champions League tickets is as tense as ever. With only a few games left in the 2012/13 English Premier League season, the clash between Rafael Benitez’s Blues and AVB’s Spurs promises to create fireworks. LiveSoccerTV.com feeds you with information on where to watch Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur live on TV or online on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Kick-off time is at 14:45 EST / 18:45 GMT / 20:45 CET.
Only three points separate the Blues from Spurs. Both teams have a game in hand while close top-four race rivals Arsenal have played 36 matches already. Wednesday’s London derby is set to capture a wide audience as Chelsea and Tottenham enter the battle in top form.
Touted as the next “special one” Chelsea fans were aroused by the appointment of AVB in the summer of 2011, many predicted that Chelsea will once again embark on a golden age which was previously led by Jose Mourinho.
There were many reasons for Chelsea fans to be excited by his arrival, owing to the similarities he shared with Chelsea favorite Jose Mourinho. Both managers had led Porto to European titles, AVB had also previously served his compatriot as his assistant manager during his spell at Chelsea.
However eight months from his appointment, things looked bleak for the London side, not did they just miserably fail to challenge the Manchester clubs for the title, they even fell short of finishing in the top four and needed a dramatic Champions League victory to guarantee a spot in Europe’s most illustrious competition.
After a second half of the season peppered with inconsistency and over-reliance on Gareth Bale, Andre Villas-Boas must find a way to see his side work as a team for victories in the remaining games.
With just three games left in the 2012/2013 Barclays Premier League campaign, Tottenham Hotspur know that they hold their fate in their own hands. As things stand, Spurs lie in fifth place in the league standings with 65 points, two points behind fourth placed Arsenal and with a game in hand.
In their next game, Spurs make a short trip to take on Europa League finalists, Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge. In their last two games against Wigan Athletic and Southampton, Spurs have not impressed at all and had only star player Gareth Bale to thank for saving the manager’s blushes.
The battle for a top four spot is truly on in the Premier League; Chelsea will look to beat Spurs to consolidate their position in third place in the table.
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…
The top four battle takes centre stage this week, as all three London clubs continue their quest of a Champions League spot next season.
With the title race already sealed and the fate of two out of three clubs to be relegated to the second tier of English football already decided, it still remains to be seen as to which clubs will occupy the third and the fourth positions in the Barclays Premier League this season and in doing so earn a Champions League spot.
Out of the three London giants, it is the West London side Chelsea who have the most challenging fixtures. The Blues, for a second consecutive season secured a place in a European competition final, after they defeated Swiss Champions Basel 5-2 on aggregate in the semi-final of the Europa League yesterday.
Champions League chasing Tottenham Hotspur takes on a Southampton side which has impressed in its first season back following promotion last season.
Younes Kaboul, Sandro and William Gallas are out for Tottenham Hotspur. Mousa Dembele and Emmanuel Adebayor are doubtful for the North London side. Daniel Fox and Gaston Ramirez are both suspended for Southampton. James Ward-Prowse is doubtful for the side ranked thirteenth in the Premier League currently.
Tottenham Hotspur’s talismanic star won both the PFA Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year award which just goes on to show how highly he is rated by fellow professionals.
Though Tottenham Hotspur will have to wait a little longer for some piece of silverware, Gareth Bale will end the season with the satisfaction of having received recognition for everything good he has done this term.
The young Welshman beat the likes of Robin van Persie and Luis Suarez to become PFA Player of the Year for the second time in his career. It was always considered a three-way fight for the award once the list was announced and picking out one of these three amazing talents was always going to be a tough job.
Two matches from the EPL on Sunday; Liverpool vs Chelsea to close the day after Tottenham Hotspur’s home fixture against Manchester City
Miami Beach, Florida (April 18, 2013) – Make space for two exciting English Premier League games on Sunday, April 21, 2013. Four of England’s biggest clubs – Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur – will shake up the weekend. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) has live stream and TV schedules details for both matches – Spurs vs Man City and Liverpool vs Chelsea.
Manchester City are almost certain of finishing second behind soon-to-be English Premier League champions Manchester United. The pressure ahead of Saturday’s is mainly on Tottenham Hotspur. The hosts must work hard to avoid the disappointment of missing out on UEFA Champions League tickets.
With the Premier League season entering its climax phase, it is a “Now or Never” situation for most teams that are very close to achieving their goals, such is also the case of Champions League hopefuls Tottenham.
With things pretty much settled right at the top, Manchester United are inches away from yet another Premier League title, making Manchester City feeling forcibly content with a second place finish. At the other end of the table, Aston Villa is the only team that is dangerously close to the relegation zone, with other teams slowly having built a comfortable gap above the bottom three.
Perhaps the most absorbing contest left is the contest for the third and fourth spots, the three teams fighting from it all hailing from London. With Arsenal stepping on the gas peddle in the past few weeks, Chelsea and Tottenham will have to match the Gunners’ form to give equally inspiring performances. Spurs currently sit 5 points behind Arsenal with two games in hand.
City head into the clash knowing that if they lose to Tottenham and Manchester United beat Aston Villa their reign will come to an end.
English champions Manchester City travel to White Hart Lane to do battle with Tottenham Hotspur with no margin for error, as if they lose the game and arch-rivals Manchester United defeat Aston Villa at Old Trafford on Monday, United will put their reign to an abrupt end.
City, who beat Tottenham 2-1 in the reverse fixture earlier in the season, are fully aware…
With every passing week the battle for the top four takes a new turn, last night’s draw between Arsenal and Everton seemed to have benefited Chelsea who will aim to leapfrog their London counterparts in the table tonight.
With Manchester United needing just seven points to lift their 20th Premier League crown and Manchester City all but guaranteed second spot, focus in the Premier League in the coming weeks would be on the performances of Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Everton, four teams vying for a place in next season’s edition of the UEFA Champions League.
Last night, in a heated Premier League encounter, Arsenal and Everton played a goalless yet entertaining draw at Emirates Stadium. The result means that Everton’s chances of making a long-awaited return to the Champions League remain bleak, while Arsenal have given north London rivals Tottenham, a shadow of an opportunity to return to the top four.
Though it should never have come to this, Tottenham Hotspur fans would be hoping to see Everton do them a big favour by beating Arsenal in tonight’s Barclays Premier League encounter.
Today, Emirates Stadium will see Arsenal play host to high flying Everton in a Barclays Premier League encounter where victory for either side will go a long way in helping them towards sealing a top four finish.
Despite their notoriously tight budget, Everton have managed to keep alive their dream of returning to Champions League football while Arsenal, after some truly inconsistent performances during the first half of the campaign, have managed to spark life into their Champions League campaign.
Rubin Kazan vs Chelsea, Basel vs Tottenham Hotspur, Lazio vs Fenerbahçe and Newcastle United vs Benfica to receive live coverage through ESPN, Fox, Sportsnet World and other TV channels
Miami Beach, Florida (April 10, 2013) – Sportsnet World continue its 2012/13 UEFA Europa League coverage with two live fixtures on Thursday, April 11. ESPN UK, ESPN Deportes and ESPN3 will telecast a match each. BBC Radio 5 Live will have full live commentary for one game while Fox Soccer Channel and Fox Soccer 2Go will broadcast two games. As LiveSoccerTV.com prepares to offer you live scores this Thursday, find out where to watch the second legs of the Europa League’s quarter-final stage. Give us a follow on Twitter @LiveSoccerTV!
Rafael Benitez is gradually shaming his critics. Chelsea have been playing good football lately and £50M striker Fernando Torres is even finding back his rhythm in front of goal. The pressure ahead of Thursday’s UEFA Europa League encounter is firmly on the hosts. Rubin Kazan have it all to do after going down 3-1 at Stamford Bridge. Rubin Kazan vs Chelsea kicks off early – at 12:00pm EST / 16:00 GMT / 17:00 EST precisely.
As the Premier League campaign nears its closure, the race for the top four places is becoming as intense as ever. Apart from the three London giants, Liverpool also have an outside chance of qualifying for the Champions League next season.
Of the four sides competing for the top places, Arsenal are one team who seem comfortable and are pretty much in the driving seat. The Gunners have just lost once in their last eight Premier League fixtures, which was against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane.
Since then Arsene Wenger has taken a bold step by demoting some of his star players on the bench, and the strategy has worked so far with Arsenal earning two consecutive victories with relative ease.