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Top games to watch on May 11-12, 2019

May 11-12, 2019 games to watch featuring Premier League final round, RB Leipzig vs Bayern

May 10, 2019 By Ali M.
The Premier League title will be decided on Sunday while a Bundesliga champion could be crowned on Saturday.

Saturday, May 11, 2019: Bundesliga title to be decided?

RB Leipzig vs Bayern Munich at 09:30 ET/16:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: FOX Soccer Match Pass and Univision Deportes in the USA; BT Sport in the UK; Sportsnet in Canada; beIN Sports and Kayo Sports in Australia; Sky Sport in Germany

Preview: This game could decide the title race in the Bundesliga. Should Bayern Munich win, they will officially be crowned the champion regardless of Dortmund's weekend result as they would be four points ahead heading into the final round.

However, should RB Leipzig hold Lewandowski and Co, BVB could slash that lead to a single point. All of this will make for an interesting showdown.

Sunday, May 12, 2019: Final EPL round to decide title race

Brighton vs Man City at 10:00 ET/17:00 GMT

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

Preview: Man City knows that the title race is in their hands. A victory over Brighton would secure the Premier League crown. They only need to match or better Liverpool's result to defend their title due to their one-point lead. Will they overcome the final hurdle? Tune in to find out.

Will City overcome "the final hurdle" in the EPL?

Brighton, Manchester City, English Premier League

Liverpool vs Wolves at 10:00 ET/17:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: NBC Sports, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, and UNIVERSO; Sky Sports and BBC Radio 5 Live Extra; RDS and TSN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia

Preview: After that incredible Champions League comeback against Barcelona, spirits will be on a high at Anfield. Unfortunately, they will need a bit of luck in order to win the title. Only a win will suffice, but Man City will have to slip up at Brighton if the Reds wish to end their long wait for the Premier League title. Their fate does not rest solely in their hands. Tune in to find out how the title race will end.

Tottenham vs Everton at 10:00 ET/17:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: Syfy in the USA; Sportsnet in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia

Preview: Tottenham also heads into this tie on the back of a stellar comeback. After going 3-0 on aggregate against Ajax, the north London giant turned things around and drew 3-3, going through to the Champions League final on away goals.

They will now shift focus to the Premier League. A top-four finish is all but secured but they could miss out should a nightmare occur. They sit three points ahead of Arsenal and have they also lead in goal difference by eight over the Gunners. A draw would wrap things up but Everton has taken down a few top-six giants recently.

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

Broadcast listings: ESPN and Rai Italia America in the USA; Premier Sports 1 in the UK; Rai Italia America, TLN, and DAZN in Canada; Rai Italia Australia, beIN Sports, and Kayo Sports in Australia; Sky Italia and Roma TV in Italy

Preview: Roma's Champions League hopes will come under heavy threat when they host Juventus on Sunday. The Serie A champion will be eyeing a win at the Stadio Olimpico but with Giallorossi, currently on 59 points, trying to beat Atalanta (62 points) to a top-four finish, they will have to leave it all on the pitch to keep their hopes alive.

Other key weekend games

May 11, 2019: Dortmund vs Dusseldorf at 09:30 ET/13:30 GMT

May 12, 2019: Ajax vs Utrecht at 08:30 ET/12:30 GMT

May 12, 2019: AZ vs PSV at 08:30 ET/12:30 GMT

May 12, 2019: Nacional vs Porto at 12:30 ET/16:30 GMT

May 12, 2019: Rio Ave vs Benfica at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Ajax, Utrecht, AZ, PSV, Nacional, Porto, Rio Ave, Benfica, Bundesliga, Primeira Liga, Eredivisie

Today's big headlines

Arsenal admit Mkhitaryan concerns ahead of Europa League final

Arsenal will be heading to Baku for the Europa League final. However, the location could be a problem for Mkhitaryan given the tensions between Azerbaijan and his home country of Armenia.

In a statement, the Gunners revealed that they are yet to receive proper assurances over his safety from UEFA. "We are seeking guarantees from UEFA that it will be safe for Henrikh Mkhitaryan to travel to Baku for the Europa League Final, which both Arsenal and Micki require for him to be included within our squad.

"Acceptable guarantees have not been received yet, and we hope that UEFA will be able to supply these promptly."

Hazard admits Europa League final could be his last Chelsea game

Speaking after guiding Chelsea to the Europa League final, the Belgian admitted that the Baku clash with Arsenal could be his final game for the Blues. While he is uncertain about his future, he knows he'll give it his all to lift the title.

The Europa League final could be Hazard's last game for Chelsea

Eden Hazard, Chelsea, Arsenal, Europa League final




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