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Top five games to watch on Apr. 13-14, 2019

Liverpool vs Chelsea, Fenerbahce vs Galatasaray feature in top five matches on TV for April 13-14, 2019 weekend

April 12, 2019 By Ali M.
Man United vs West Ham, AC Milan vs Lazio, Liverpool vs Chelsea, Lille vs PSG, and Fenerbahce vs Galatasaray comprise our list of must-watch games.

What to watch on Saturday, April 13, 2019

Man United vs West Ham at 12:30 ET/16:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: SiriusXM FC, NBC Sports, UNIVERSO, and Telemundo Deportes En Vivo in the USA; TalkSport Radio UK and BT Sport in the UK; Sportsnet in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia

Preview: Things are not going great for Man United at the moment. The Red Devils have lost four of their last five games in all competitions, two coming in the English top-flight and the most recent being their 1-0 loss to Barcelona. In that Champions League tie, Solskjaer's attack failed to impress and failed to register a shot on target against the Blaugrana.

Man United's attack failed to impress against Barca

Manchester United, Barcelona, Shots, UEFA Champions League

Next up for them is West Ham. The Red Devils currently are three points off the top four and will need to beat the Hammers to maintain pace. Will they? Tune in to find out.

Milan vs Lazio at 14:30 ET/18:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: ESPN+ and Rai Italia America in the USA; FreeSports TV UK in the UK; Rai Italia America, DAZN, and TLN in Canada; Rai Italia Australia, Kayo Sports, and beIN Sports in Australia; Lazio Style Channel and DAZN in Italy

Preview: AC Milan sits in fourth while Lazio is in seventh, but only three points separate the two sides. This is proof of how heated the top-four race in Serie A is, with Atalanta and Roma also fighting to qualify for the Champions League. This clash should thus be a thrilling showdown.

This is how tight the top-four race in Serie A is

AC Milan, Lazio, Serie A, Standings

What to watch on Sunday, April 14, 2019

Liverpool vs Chelsea at 11:30 ET/15:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: NBC Sports, SiriusXM FC, and Telemundo in the USA; Sky Sports and BBC Radio 5 Live in the UK; Sportsnet in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia

Preview: This is the game to watch this weekend. Two English giants will lock horns with two different targets in their radar. For Liverpool, it's the Premier League title. The Reds enjoy a two-point lead over Man City but have played an extra game. Furthermore, they would lose the title to Guardiola's men if the Citizens win all their remaining league games, which means Salah and Co. cannot afford to slip up.

Chelsea, on the other hand, is fighting to earn a Champions League spot. The Blues currently sit in third, but having played a game more than Man United, Arsenal, and Tottenham, that position is not secured. Despite their struggles under Sarri this term, Chelsea boasts a talented squad and will fancy their odds of coming away from Anfield with a positive result.

Chelsea is full of dribblers, but can they beat Liverpool at Anfield?

Eden Hazard, Willian, Roben Loftus-Cheek, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Chelsea, UEFA Europa League

Lille vs PSG at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: Fanatiz USA and beIN Sports in the USA; BT Sport in the UK; DAZN and beIN Sports in Canada; beIN Sports and Kayo Sports in Australia

Preview: This game could end the title race. While no one doubted PSG would defend their title, a win against Lille would crown them champion for a second straight season. Les Dogues will want to mathematically remain in the race and will throw everything to prevent that from happening. Don't miss this game.

Fenerbahçe vs Galatasaray at 12:00 ET/16:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: Kayo Sports and beIN Sports in Australia; Digiturk Play and beIN Sports in Turkey

Preview: The Intercontinental Derby is back and with it comes the excitement that surrounds every clash between Fenerbahce and Galatasaray. However, this will not be a battle between two sides battling it out for the title as the home side sits just five points above the relegation zone. The Lions, on the other hand, are trying to play catch up with league leader İstanbul Başakşehir.

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