#Fixtures La Liga and EPL

English Premier League

As Chelsea has maintained their lead in the Barclays English Premier League, its now certain that they will lift the cup (or not). Liverpool clash with Manchester City in a what will be a thriller. James Milner has already stirred the pot by claiming that the current Liverpool team is better than the Man City team played in that won the Premier League.

18 March 2017

West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal

Crystal Palace v Watford

Everton v Hull City

Stoke City v Chelsea

Sunderland v Burnley

West Ham United v Leicester City

Bournemouth v Swansea City








Sunday 19 March 2017

Middlesbrough v Manchester United 12:00
Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton 14:15
Manchester City v Liverpool 16:30


La Liga

With Real Madrid regaining the title race leading after dispatching Real Betis, Barcelona have a tall order against Valencia back into contention. Luis Enriques’s men suffered defeat in the hands of a struggling Deportivo la Coruna. With just two points separating the two contenders, its going to be a tight race.


Friday 17 March

Las Palmas v Villarreal Estadio de Gran Canaria 21:45

Saturday 18 March

Eibar v Espanyol Estadio Municipal de Ipurúa 14:00
Athletic Club v Real Madrid San Mamés Barria 17:15
Deportivo Alavés v Real Sociedad Estadio de Mendizorroza 19:30
Real Betis v Osasuna Estadio Benito Villamarín 21:45

Sunday 19 March

Leganés v Málaga Estadio Municipal de Butarque 13:00
Atlético Madrid v Sevilla Estadio Vicente Calderón 17:15
Sporting Gijón v Granada Estadio Municipal El Molinón 19:30
Deportivo La Coruña v Celta de Vigo Estadio Municipal de Riazor 19:30
Barcelona v Valencia Camp Nou 21:45


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