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Top games to watch on May 03-05, 2019

May 03-05, 2019 matches to watch featuring Newcastle vs Liverpool, Chelsea vs Watford

May 3, 2019 By Ali M.
Juventus vs Torino, Newcastle vs Liverpool, Bournemouth vs Tottenham, Celta Vigo vs Barcelona, and Chelsea vs Watford are a few of our picks for must-watch games.

Friday's Derby

Juventus vs Torino at 14:30 ET/18:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: ESPN+ in the USA; Premier Sports 2 in the UK; TLN and DAZN in Canada; beIN Sports and Kayo Sports in Australia; Sky Italia in Italy

Preview: Juventus may have the league title wrapped up, but there is a lot to play for in this derby clash with Torino. Losing in Derby della Mole is something no Bianconeri fan will want. Furthermore, while their unbeaten run no longer stands, they are yet to lose a game at home and will be keen on maintaining this until the season ends.

Saturday showdowns

Bournemouth vs Tottenham at 07:30 ET/11:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo and NBC Sports in the USA; BBC Radio 5 Live and Sky Sports in the UK; TSN in Canada; Optus Sport and SBS in Australia; 

Preview: Tottenham has now lost their last two games. A 1-0 loss to West Ham was their first ever defeat at their new home ground, with the second one coming immediately after, this time against Ajax. Another stumble will make things complicated for Pochettino's men in the top-four race. A trip to Bournemouth, led by Wilson and Fraser, will not be easy, but it's a must-win tie nonetheless.

Newcastle vs Liverpool at 14:45 ET/18:45 ET

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

Preview: With only two games remaining, Liverpool knows a slip up at St. James' Park could be the final nail in the coffin for their title hopes. However, winning at Newcastle will not be a walk in the park. Rafael Benitez, the last Anfield boss to win the Champions League, also admitted he will not be doing his former side any favors in Saturday's clash.

Benitez will not be doing his former side any favors

Rafael Benitez, Newcastle, Liverpool, English Premier League

Klopp's men will need to bounce back after that disappointing 3-0 loss at Camp Nou. The Reds will be conflicted between resting a few names for the return league, which would be a huge risk for their Premier League title race, and going all out against the Magpies. Firmino could be deemed unfit to start once more, which would likely result in both Mane and Salah being named in the lineup again.

Celta Vigo vs Barcelona at 14:45 ET/18:45 GMT

Broadcast listings: Fanatiz USA, Radio Barca, and beIN Sports in the USA; Onefootball, Premier Sports 1, and Eleven Sports 1 UK in the UK; Radio Barca, DAZN, and beIN Sports in Canada; Radio Barca, beIN Sports, and Kayo Sports in Australia; Movistar in Spain

Preview: With the league title wrapped up, expect Barcelona to give their key men rest in this game. Their next match after this will be a trip to Anfield in the Champions League, which will be difficult despite their 3-0 first-leg advantage.

This means Messi and possibly Suarez will be given a breather. This will work in Celta Vigo's favor as they aim to put further distance between themselves and the relegation zone.

Werder Bremen vs Dortmund at 12:30 ET/16:30 GMT

Preview: Univision Deportes and Fox Sports in the USA; BT Sport Extra in the UK; Sportsnet in Canada; beIN Sports Connect and Kayo Sports in Spain; Sky Sport in Germany

Preview: The gap between Dortmund and first-placed Bayern Munich is now at two points. After their disappointing loss to Schalke, Reus and Co. will need a response if they wish to keep their title hopes alive. The Bavarians will take bottom-placed Hannover at home in what should be an easy three points, meaning Favre's men cannot afford to lose further ground with only three rounds remaining.

Sunday's top-four showdown

Chelsea vs Watford at 09:00 ET/13:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: NBC Sports, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, and CNBC in the USA; Sportsnet in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia

Huddersfield vs Man United at 09:00 ET/13:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: NBC Sports in the USA; Sky Sports and BBC Radio 5 Live in the UK; TSN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia

Arsenal vs Brighton at 11:30 ET/15:30 GMT

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

Preview

Three games that could decide the top-four race will take place on Sunday. Chelsea, Man United, and Arsenal will take on Watford, Huddersfield, and Brighton.

Chelsea's showdown with Watford should be a tricky one and if the Blues are held, that will hand the Gunners and the Red Devils a lifeline. Emery's men will have to put an end to their three-game losing streak while Solskjaer's crew is without a win in their last three league games.

Today's big headlines

Chelsea not ready to let Hazard go for cheap

Despite entering the final year of his contract, Chelsea is not willing to budge when it comes to their asking fee. With Real Madrid eager to bring him to the Bernabeu, Marca reports that the Blues are holding out on a $157M fee.

Man City close to signing Bruno Fernandes 

Bruno Fernandes has enjoyed an excellent season in the Primeira Liga and could be in line for a huge move. According to reports out of Portugal, the Sporting CP midfielder is close to agreeing a deal with Man City.

Bruno Fernandes could be on his way to the Premier League

Bruno Fernandes, Manchester City, Sporting CP, English Premier League

 

 


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