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With championships all around Europe reaching their climax, it a massive weekend in the world of football in the next few days. And in England one of the most important matches arrives on Sunday lunchtime as Liverpool entertain Chelsea at Anfield.
The Scousers have experienced a torrid season, capped by Thursday night’s extra-time Europa League defeat to Atletico Madrid. Rafa Benitez’s have only a wafer thin chance of claiming a top four place this season too, and it feels slightly long in the tooth to think that the Reds will now be able to produce their best football after such a long season of disappointment.
With Chelsea motoring towards the title, with their last six outings bringing 23 goals and five wins, the Pensioners will believe they have more than enough quality to pick up the three points on Merseyside.
Sunday in Holland will be massive too as the Eredivisie season enters its final round. Leading the way, former wally with the brolly Steve McClaren has worked miracles at FC Twente, and should the league leaders win away at NAC Breda then the club will secure their first Dutch league title in their 45-year history.
But waiting in the wings for any slip-up are local powerhouse Ajax. Martin Jol’s side, who have scored 102 goals at an average of three per game, and have won 13 games in a row, travel to lowly NEC where the three points for the Amsterdammers seems a highly likely outcome.
Over in Portugal on Sunday night, second-placed Braga, who are six points off Benfica with just two matches to go, host mid-table Pacos Ferreira. While the championship is now just a pipe dream for Braga, the Portuguese minnows have every intention of finishing the season on a high, as well as closing out an unbelievable season at home in which they’ve won 13 and drawn just once in 14 league home matches this term.
Finally, Real Madrid welcome lowly Osasuna to the Bernabeu on Sunday night (full match preview here) in a match that Los Blancos have to win if they have any hope of catching Barcelona at the top of La Liga.