The La Liga title race comes down to this weekend's matchups as Real Madrid and Barcelona both remain in the hunt for the trophy.
Los Blancos leaped into top spot midweek after winning, 4-1, over Celta Vigo in their game in hand. All Real Madrid needs is a point at Malaga, and they will clinch their 33rd La Liga crown.
Even with a few weeks remaining across Europe's top domestic leagues, that doesn't see the mouth-watering fixtures come to an end.
In England, Tottenham welcomes Manchester United to White Hart Lane on Sunday. Mauricio Pochettino's side isstill look for a top-two finish and would like to continue their recent dominance at home.
As we head into the first weekend of May, means domestic action across Europe is slowly coming to end as races heat up.
In England, the top-four race continues as six teams fight for four places, and a spot in next year's UEFA Champions League. On Sunday, Arsenal welcomes Manchester United to the Emirates Stadium as both sides continue their fight for a top-four finish.
Following some important league and cup fixtures midweek, European action continues this weekend with some mouth-watering fixtures on display.
The premier fixture this weekend takes place in North London as Tottenham Hotspur host rivals Arsenal at White Hart Lane on Sunday. Mauricio Pochettino's side come into the weekend four points behind league leaders Chelsea, and will hope to shorten that gap with a win paired with a Chelsea defeat at Everton.
Following an entertaining first round of UEFA Champions League quarterfinal matches earlier this week, domestic action resumes across Europe's top five leagues.
The headlining match across Europe this weekend seesPremier League leaders Chelsea travelto Manchester United on Sunday. Chelsea holds a seven-point lead at the top of the EPL and would like to add to that margin.
Following midweek domestic action across Europe's top leagues, weekend coverage rolls on as some mouth-watering fixtures take centerstage.
In Spain, the Madrid Derby is the premier showdown of the weekend with Real Madrid hosting Atletico Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday. Zinedine Zidane's squad remain atop La Liga and are 10 points ahead of their local rivals in the standings.
Following World Cup Qualifiers the past two weeks, European domestic action resumes this weekend with some mouth-watering fixtures across the top five leagues.
Arsenal host Manchester City on Saturday in London as both sides look to keep a grasp on the top-four. Arsene Wenger's side are coming off back-to-back league defeats against Liverpool and West Bromwich Albion respectively, which has put the French manager on the hot seat.
In the final European domestic action for two weeks, there are some teasing matchescoming up this weekend across the top five leagues.
Manchester City host Liverpool in the English Premier League on Sunday as both sides try to inch closer to the fop-four. Pep Guardiola's side are coming off a Champions League exit midweek in Monaco, while Liverpool are coming off a 2-1 home league win against Burnley last Sunday.
After a thrilling week of UEFA Champions action, domestic leagues and cup fixtures look to continue the excitement this weekend across Europe.
The Bundesliga's top fixture this weekend sees third-place Borussia Dortmund traveling to fifth-place Hertha Berlin on Saturday. Six points separate the sides, as both look to advance their way up the table.
Withcup fixtures taking center stage across Europe midweek, the domestic leagues resume this weekend with some intriguing fixtures to keep an eye on.
In England, Liverpool welcome Arsenal to Anfieldon Saturday, as Jurgen Klopp's men look to bounce back from a disappointing performance at Leicester City on Monday.
With the English Premier League resuming this weekend, European Soccer sees itstop five domestic leagues all on the slate for some great action.
In Spain, the top-two teams face tough road tests in their battle at the top of the table. Second-place Barcelona travels to Atletico Madrid on Sunday who sit two places behind them, while sixth-place Villarreal hosts league leaders Real Madrid in the late match.
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It's another week that'll see all eyes on England in European football.
The clear headliner around the continent (plus the British Isles) is a top-two showdown in the Premier League between Tottenham and Manchester City. The only two unbeaten teams left in the EPL enter after midweek Champions League play, with Man City failing to winfor the first time under Pep Guardiola and Tottenham cruising to a victory.
All eyes are on England this weekend as the Premier League hosts some of the most high-profile matchups of the coming days.
Two titanic clashes take place in the EPL as Manchester United hosts Leicester City in the early Saturday match before Arsenal and Chelsea close the day out with a managerial showdown between Arsene Wenger and Antonio Conte.