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Top games to watch on May 14-20, 2021

FA Cup final, Juventus vs Inter Milan headline top live matches to watch on May 14-20, 2021

May 14, 2021 By Ali M.
Chelsea vs Leicester, Juventus vs Inter Milan, Athletic Club vs Barcelona, and the Coppa Italia final comprise our list of must-watch games.

What are the must-watch games this week?

Juventus vs Inter Milan this Saturday at 12 p.m. ET live on ESPN+ and Rai Italia Nord America

Juventus take to the field in Serie A for their penultimate game of the 2020/21 season this Saturday, taking on Inter Milan in this weekend encounter. The Nerazzurri have already won the title, meaning little to nothing is on the line for Conte's side. However, a lot is at stake for the fifth-placed Old Lady as they look to beat the Scudetto holders in a bid to qualify for the UEFA Champions League. The way things look now, Cristiano and Co. are headed for the Europa League next season. Victory over Inter could change that fate.

Juventus, Inter Milan, Broadcast Listings, Serie A 

The Chelsea vs Leicester FA Cup final this Saturday at 12:30 p.m. ET live on ESPN+ and SiriusXM FC

The FA Cup season will come to a wrap this weekend with Saturday's highly-anticipated final between Chelsea and Leicester. Tuchel's high-flying side head into this tie on the back of a disappointing home defeat vs Arsenal while the Foxes boast a confidence-boosting victory over Man Utd under their belt. Brendan Rodgers' side will be on the hunt for silverware but will have to overcome one of Europe's most in-form teams.

FA Cup final, Chelsea, Leicester, Broadcast Listings

Athletic Club vs Real Madrid this Sunday at 12:30 p.m. ET live on beIN Sports, fuboTV, and Fanatiz USA

The Spanish Primera Division race will go down to the wire, with Real Madrid's penultimate game of the seas season, a trip to Athletic Club, being a decisive fixture in the title race. Injuries have been a huge problem for Zidane's men, and given that their Basque opposition are no side to underestimate, Los Blancos could be in for a tricky 90 minutes. Will the Merengues win this fixture? Tune in to find out.

Athletic Club, Real Madrid, La Liga, Broadcast Listings

The Coppa Italia final: Atalanta vs Juventus this Wednesday live on ESPN

The Coppa Italia will come to a wrap this midweek, with Atalanta taking on Juventus in the ultimate tie of the 2020/21 season. The two finalists, who are already doing battle in Serie A's top-four race, will face off at the Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore on Wednesday. The Bianconeri, who saw their Italian top-flight dominance come to an end after Inter Milan lifted the Scudetto, are keen on finishing the season with silverware. Unfortunately, form favors La Dea, having beaten Cristiano and Co. 1-0 about a month ago.

The UEFA Women's Champions League final, NWSL regular season kickoff and Liga MX Femenil headline a week filled with women's football action.

This week in women's football, May 14, 20, 2021, Barcelona, Chelsea, Racing Louisville, Kansas City, Atlas, Chivas Guadalajara, Tigres UANL, Monterrey, UEFA Women's Champions League final, NWSL, Liga MX Femenil

UEFA Women's Champions League final

English champions Chelsea will face Spanish champions Barcelona in the 2021 UEFA Champions League Final on Sunday, May 16. The game is set to kick off at 3 p.m. ET in Gothenburg.

Chelsea head coach Emma Hayes and the players hunt for the quadruple after winning three other competitions – the FA WSL, Women's FA Cup, FA Women's League Cup – in 2021. A win on Sunday would also be the first time the Blues lift a Champions League title. Barcelona Femeni are also looking for their first-ever Champions League final win after a flawless league campaign, triumphing in all 26 games.

The Women's Champions League final will be aired live on the US screens courtesy of Paramount+. Fans around the world can catch the action on YouTube or BarcaTV+.

  • Australia: The World Game, SBS

  • Denmark: Viaplay Denmark, TV3+ HD

  • Finland: V Sport Urheilu, Elisa Viihde Viaplay

  • Germany: Sport1

  • International: Barca TV+, YouTube

  • Ireland:, BT Sport App, BT Sport 2

  • Mexico: TVC Deportes

  • Portugal: Eleven Sports 6 Portugal

  • Spain: Barca TV

  • Switzerland: RTS Sport

  • United Kingdom: BT Sport App,, BT Sport 2

NWSL regular season kick-off

The 2021 NWSL regular season will kick off on Saturday at 5 p.m. ET, with Racing Louisville FC and Kansas City making their league debuts. CBS Sports Network will televise the league-opener in the USA and Canada. Twitch will stream the game internationally.

Liga MX Femenil Liguilla semifinals

The 2021 Liga MX Femenil Liguilla continues on Friday with two first-leg games.

Friday, May 14

  • Atlas vs. Chivas Guadalajara at 6 p.m. ET in Estadio Jalisco

  • Tigres UANL vs. Monterrey at 10:05 p.m. ET in Estadio BBVA 

Monday, May 17

  • Tigres UANL vs Monterrey at 8 p.m. ET in Estadio Universitario 

  • Chivas Guadalajara vs. Atlas at 10 p.m. ET in Estadio Akron 

High-profile transfers in women's football

  • French forward Eugenie Le Sommer joined OL Reign from Olympique Lyonnais on a six-month loan, starting in June. 

  • Chelsea acquired promising Dutch defender Aniek Nouwen from PSV Vrouwen.

  • FC Bayern signed Japanese defender Saki Kumagai from Olympique Lyon.

  • Portland Thorns head coach Mark Parsons is linked with a possible move to the Dutch women's national team, according to news outlet RTV Utrecht.

  • Kansas City signed Portuguese forward Jessica Silva after spending two seasons at Olympique Lyonnais.

  • VfL Wolfsburg announced the signing of Dutch midfielder Jill Roord from Arsenal.

  • West Ham United signed Australian midfielder Tameka Yallop from Klepp IL.

Biggest stories of the week

Official: Liverpool and Netherlands superstar Virgil Van Dijk ruled out for upcoming Euros

Liverpool superstar Virgil Van Dijk offered a positive update on his recovery, assuring fans of the Merseyside giants that he will be fit and ready to go for the upcoming 2021/22 Premier League campaign. However, the world-class center-back also dropped a bombshell, revealing that he will not be available for the upcoming Euros.

The 29-year-old "has taken the difficult decision to not be available for selection for the Netherlands at this summer's European Championships", Liverpool explained via their official website. Given the seriousness of his injury, and the length of his absence, the player opted for "adopting a longer-term outlook".

Van Dijk has made himself unavailable for Euro 2020

Virgil van Dijk,  Liverpool, Netherlands, Euro 2020

Man Utd lose massive sponsorship deal worth over $280 million due to fan protests

Turns out that Manchester United fans' protests had a lot more impact than just causing the delay of the clash between the Red Devils and Liverpool and Manchester United's withdrawal from the European Super League.

Rather, it's hit Manchester United where it really hurts: their wallet.

How much so? Well, according to new reports, to the tune of an eye-popping £200 million ($281.6 million).

According to English publication The Observer, United were in the process of negotiating a very lucrative ten-year contract with The Hut Group (THG), an e-commerce firm that owns the brand Myprotein.

Myprotein was set to become the new training kit sponsor for Manchester United, replacing Aon starting from July 1st, and this deal would have lasted for the next decade, bringing in hundreds of millions of pounds (or dollars) for the Red Devils.

But, following the massive fan protests on May 2nd, THG decided on May 7th that it wasn't best to go ahead with the deal.

Now, Man United will be scrambling to find a replacement for Aon, as their deal with the financial services firm is set to expire on June 30th.

Ronaldo, Dybala score 100th Juventus goal in Sassuolo win

Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala hit a century of goals each as Juventus players in Wednesday night's win over Sassuolo. The Old Lady secured a 3-1 victory over the Black and Greens as they hang onto their slim hopes of landing a Champions League spot for next season. 

For Ronaldo, the significance of his goal is that he is now the first player in history to score 100+ goals for three different clubs, having registered 118 and 450 goals for Manchester United and Real Madrid respectively. Additionally, the Portuguese superstar is also the first player to reach the century mark for the Bianconeri inside his first three seasons at the club.

On the contrary, Paulo Dybala became the first non-European player to have netted 100+ times in all competitions for Juventus (excluding those who have played for Italy).

CR7 and Dybala hit the 100-goal mark 

Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala, Juventus, Sassuolo, 100 goals, Serie A

Other key headlines from the world of football

Juve to be kicked out of Serie A next season if they don't withdraw from the Super League

Juventus are one of only three clubs left in the European Super League, but their steadfastness to this cause could cost them dearly next season as the president of the Italian Football Federation has threatened them with expulsion from Serie A should they fail to withdraw.

FIGC (the Italian Football Federation) president Gabriele Gravina told Naples radio station Kiss Kiss Napoli: "If Juventus insist on the Super League, they will be excluded from next Serie A." 

Gravina admitted that it would be sad for the fans to see the Bianconeri kicked out of the Italian top-flight, but the FIGC executive stressed that "rules are rules: they apply to everyone".

Gianluigi Buffon announces he's leaving Juventus at end of season

Gianluigi Buffon has announced that his partnership with Juventus will come to a conclusion at the end of the current campaign. The 43-year-old shot-stopper, who is back for a second spell with the Turin giants, will be saying arrivederci to his current club where he has set numerous records, including recently becoming the second oldest player ever to appear in Serie A. He's also still the third most expensive goalkeeper of all time, as Juventus paid €52 million to purchase him from Parma back in 2001.

It will also be quite interesting to see where Buffon will end up next, as he said earlier this year that he wasn't quite ready to hang up his gloves. The veteran did spend a year at PSG during the 2018/2019 term, so another spell abroad isn't out of the realm of possibility.

Dortmund's Haaland becomes investor in recovery technology company

The Borussia Dortmund striker, who's been linked with a host of other big clubs, was unveiled as the first footballer to become a brand ambassador for Hyperice. For those not familiar with Hyperice, it's a muscle recovery equipment manufacturer that is used by athletes worldwide - and not just footballers.

Other brand ambassadors who've invested in the company include the NFL's Patrick Mahomes, who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs as a quarterback, the NBA's Temetrius "Ja" Morant, who plays for the Memphis Grizzlies as a point guard, and tennis player Naomi Osaka. This will be Haaland's first time participating as an investor in a company, and reports indicate he signed a multi-year deal with the organization. The Norwegian will be responsible for helping Hyperice produce original content to help both fans and athletes better understand the concept of proper post-workout recovery.

Top games to watch this week

Friday, May 14

Newcastle vs Man City (EPL)

Saturday, May 15

Freiburg vs Bayern München (Bundesliga)

Juventus vs Internazionale (Serie A)

Chelsea vs Leicester City (FA Cup final)

Benfica vs Sporting CP (Primeira Liga)

Roma vs Lazio (Serie A)

Brighton & Hove Albion vs West Ham United (EPL)

Rio Ave vs Porto (Primeira Liga)

Puebla vs Atlas (Liga MX)

Cruz Azul vs Toluca (Liga MX)

Sunday, May 16

Fiorentina vs Napoli (Serie A)

Tottenham vs Wolves (EPL)

West Brom vs Liverpool (EPL)

Mainz 05 vs Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga)

Barcelona vs Celta de Vigo (La Liga)

Atletico Madrid vs Osasuna (La Liga)

Athletic Club vs Real Madrid (La Liga)

AC Milan vs Cagliari (Serie A)

PSG vs Reims (Ligue 1)

Lille vs Saint-Etienne (Ligue 1)

Chelsea vs Barcelona (UEFA Women's Champions League final)

Monterrey vs Santos Laguna (Liga MX)

Club América vs Pachuca (Liga MX)

Boca Juniors vs River Plate (Argentine Primera División)

Tuesday, May 18

Man United vs Fulham (EPL)

Brighton vs Man City (EPL)

Chelsea vs Leicester City (EPL)

Palmeiras vs Defensa y Justicia (Copa Libertadores)

Sao Paulo vs Racing Club (Copa Libertadores)

Wednesday, May 19

Atalanta vs Juventus (Coppa Italia Final)

Porto vs Belenenses (Primeira Liga)

Sporting CP vs Marítimo (Primeira Liga)

Vitória Guimarães vs Benfica (Primeira Liga)

Tottenham vs Aston Villa (EPL)

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal (EPL)

Burnley vs Liverpool (EPL)

Flamengo vs LDU Quito (Copa Libertadores)

River Plate vs Santa Fe (Copa Libertadores)

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