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Top games to watch on Apr. 30-May 02, 2019

April 30-May 02, 2019 matches to watch featuring Barca vs Liverpool, Tottenham vs Ajax, Europa League semis

April 29, 2019 By Ali M.
Tottenham vs Ajax, Barcelona vs Liverpool, Arsenal vs Valencia, and Eintracht Frankfurt vs Chelsea comprise our list of must-watch games.

Tuesday, April 30, 2019: Tottenham vs Ajax at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: B/R Live, Turner Sports, and Univision in the USA; BT Sport and BBC Radio 5 Live in the UK; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia; Ziggo Sport in the Netherlands

Preview: A top-four finish appeared under threat for Tottenham, but now that they sit two points ahead of Chelsea and four ahead of fifth-placed Arsenal, Spurs look likely to earn a Champions League berth. They will thus have no distractions for their clash with Ajax.

However, the fact that Pochettino's men recently lost their unbeaten start in their new stadium is worrying. They were beaten 1-0 at home to West Ham over the weekend, and given that their Dutch opponent won away to both Real Madrid and Juventus, the Eredivisie giant could punish Son and Co.

Wednesday, May 01, 2019: Barcelona vs Liverpool at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: Turner Sports, B/R Live, Radio Barca, and Univision in the USA; BT Sport and BBC Radio 5 Live in the UK; DAZN and Radio Barca in Canada; Optus Sport and Radio Barca in Austalia; Movistar in Spain

Preview: This is the game everyone is eagerly anticipating. Barcelona host Liverpool straight after wrapping up the Liga race. Their 1-0 win over Levante over the weekend secured them the Spanish Primera Division title, and with the Copa del Rey crown likely to follow, the Champions League will be their toughest hurdle in their quest for another treble.

Messi has been deadly for Barca this season. Can Liverpool stop him?

Lionel Messi, Barcelona, La Liga

However, Liverpool stands in their way. The Premier League may be slipping away from them but the Champions League is attainable. In fact, the odds have the Reds as the favorite. Many believe that the winner of this fixture will likely go on to lift the trophy. Fresh off of his PFA Player of the Year win, Van Dijk will be tasked with stopping the deadly Lionel Messi while Salah and Mane will have to do damage on the other end of the pitch.

Introducing the PFA Player of the Year

Virgil Van Dijk, Liverpool, PFA Player of the Year

Thursday, May 02, 2019: Arsenal vs Valencia at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: UniMás, B/R Live, and Univision NOW in the USA; BT Sport and BBC Radio 5 Live in the UK; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia; Movistar in Spain

Preview: After three consecutive defeats, the Europa League looks to be Arsenal's only shot at making the Champions League. However, the Gunners must first lift the title if they wish to make it into Europe's top-tier competition via the back door.

Valencia holds similar aspirations, as their sixth spot paints a bleak picture of their top-four hopes in La Liga. The Spanish outfit is on a two-game losing streak but has won four of their last six ties. Who'll emerge victorious at the Emirates Stadium? Tune in to find out.

Thursday, May 02, 2019: Eintracht Frankfurt vs Chelsea at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: B/R Live and Univision Deportes in the USA; BT Sport in the UK; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia; SRF zwei, RTL Television, and DAZN in Germany

Preview: Another Europa League semi-final showdown between two top-four hopefuls. Ironically, both sides occupy the final Champions League spots in their respective leagues. Chelsea has failed to impress under Sarri despite their lovely start to the season while Frankfurt is a dark horse looking to upset a former European champion. A ticket to the final awaits the winner.

Today's top headlines

De Jong doesn't expect to walk straight into Barca's starting eleven

He may be a key force behind Ajax's excellent Champions League run, hence why Barcelona spent big on him, but Frenkie de Jong believes life at Camp Nou will start slowly. The Dutchman, speaking ahead of Tuesday's clash with Tottenham, made this admission: "I don't expect to be a starter at Barcelona."

Tuchel condemns Neymar after punching a fan

Neymar let his frustrations spill over in the cup defeat to Rennes, punching a fan. With claims the Brazilian could be slapped with an eight-game ban, Tuchel has gone public with his condemnation of the Selecao ace's actions.

Tuchel doesn't approve of Neymar punching a fan

Thomas Tuchel, Neymar, PSG, UEFA Champions League

 

 


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