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    Juventus vs Inter Milan: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for huge Serie A clash

    JUVENTUS are up against Italian champions Inter Milan in their next Serie A game in Turin. Inter have nothing but pride to play for while Juve are still gunning for the Champions League spots as the season comes to a close.
    Juventus are still hoping to finish in the Serie A Champions League spotsCredit: Reuters
    What time does Juventus vs Inter Milan kick-off?

    Juve’s big Serie A clash with Inter will get underway from 5pm UK time on Saturday, May 15.
    The game will take place at the Juventus Stadium in Turin.
    There will be no fans in attendance because of coronavirus restrictions.

    What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

    Juventus vs Inter Milan will be shown live on Premier Sports 1.
    You can subscribe to Premier Sports for £11.99 a month by clicking HERE.
    The game is available for live streaming from the Premier Sports player, which can be downloaded onto your mobile device, tablet or Smart TV.

    Team news
    Juan Cuadrado is likely to start the game and take Danilo’s place for the huge game with Inter.
    Andrea Pirlo has pretty much a fully-fit squad to choose from so Cristiano Ronaldo will obviously start from the off.
    Aleksandr Kolarov is injured so will play no part, and the same can be said for former Juve midfielder Arturo Vidal.
    Alexis Sanchez has been injured himself with an ankle sprain but could be back while Romelu Lukaku starts up top.
    Odds

    Juventus – 11/10
    Draw – 13/5
    Inter Milan – 11/5

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    Newcastle vs Man City: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news for Premier League clash

    PREMIER LEAGUE champions Manchester City face Newcastle as Pep Guardiola’s side look to celebrate their title in style.Leicester’s win at Man Utd in midweek handed the Citizens their seventh top-flight title, wrapped up with three games to spare.

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    Guardiola has secured another Premier League titleCredit: PA
    Toon meanwhile are safe from the drop and purely playing for pride under Steve Bruce, winning three of their last five.
    When is Newcastle vs Man City?

    This Premier League clash is set for Friday, May 14.
    Kick-off is at 8pm GMT.
    When the sides met earlier in the campaign, City ran out comfortable 2-0 winners at the Etihad.

    Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
    You can catch this game live on Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League and Ultra HD.
    Coverage begins at 7pm.
    If you’re not a Sky subscriber, you can grab a NOW TV pass from £9.99 to stream on your mobile, tablet, PC or games console.

    What is the team news?
    City are expected to rest their side ahead of their huge Champions League quarter final with Chelsea at the end of the month.
    Gabriel Jesus could return to the XI, however, after City’s loss to the Blues last week in which Sergio Aguero missed a penalty.
    Ciaran Clark may start for Newcastle now that an injury he picked up has been shaken off while Joe Willock is almost guaranteed to start.
    Callum Wilson is out of the game with a hamstring issue.
    Match odds

    Newcastle to win – 10/1
    Draw – 9/2
    City to celebrate title with three points – 1/4

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    Man Utd 2 Liverpool 4 LIVE REACTION: Firmino brace secures vital three points in five-goal thriller – latest updates

    LIVERPOOL picked up a viral three points with a 3-2 win over rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford tonight.Roberto Firmino scored twice and Diogo Jota nabbed the other for Jurgen Klopp’s side, while Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford notched for the home side.

    RESULT: Man Utd 2-4 Liverpool
    Man Utd XI: 26 Henderson; 29 Wan-Bissaka, 3 Bailly, 2 Lindelof, 23 Shaw; 39 McTominay, 17 Fred; 10 Rashford, 18 Fernandes, 6 Pogba; 7 Cavani
    Liverpool XI: 1 Alisson; 66 Alexander-Arnold, 47 Phillips, 46 R Williams, 26 Robertson; 5 Wijnaldum, 3 Fabinho, 6 Thiago; 11 Salah, 9 Firmino, 20 Jota

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    FAREWELL FROM OLD TRAFFORD
    After so much drama in the build-up to this contest, you would have been forgiven for thinking that these two clubs would serve up another damp squib of a derby.
    Instead, what we got was a frantic, chaotic display of defensive mishaps and cool finishes, and a result that has Liverpool in the hunt for the top four finish that has long looked beyond them.
    With so many moments to recall, it’s perhaps best to consult Neil Custis’ match report to pick apart this six-goal thriller, an evening that began with flares, protests and arrests, and ended with Mohammed Salah celebrating on his knees in front of an empty East Stand.
    The sides won’t have long to wait until they’re in action again with the next weekend of Premier League football beginning less than 24 hours from now.
    Thanks for reading, and goodnight.
    OLE REACTION
    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer put a brave face on for the cameras after watching his side fall to a second home defeat in three days, and felt that yet again the key moments at key times were against them.
    [Liverpool] deserved the win. We conceded goals in key moments of the game, and neither built on our own momentum or broke up their momentum. We gave them two goals really, and when we scored again, we then missed a massive chance. Those key moments went against us.Ole Gunnar SolskjaerSky Sports
    🔸 ‘Liverpool deserved the win’🔸 Harry Maguire update🔸 Excited to welcome fans back Ole Gunnar Solskjær reflects on defeat to Liverpool and is looking forward to Old Trafford hosting Man Utd fans next week pic.twitter.com/PElVZPWdv4— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) May 13, 2021

    TRENT ON SONG
    In what has often been a difficult season, Trent Alexander-Arnold picked the perfect time to put in one of his best performances of the campaign.
    The right-back was assured in defence, and a constant menace when in possession and at set-pieces. A timely showing for his club, and a timely reminder to his country.
    If Gareth Southgate doesn’t select him this summer, I’m going to cup up all his favourite waistcoats.
    🥇 Man of the Match, #LFC’s Trent Alexander-Arnold:4 shots1 assist5 chances created*86 touches*9 passes played into box*14 times possession gained*(* Most in match)#MUNLIV pic.twitter.com/Ra9EGFPvcU— Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) May 13, 2021

    MAD-IO SANE
    The one sour note for Liverpool on a superb night was Sadio Mane’s reaction to Jurgen Klopp at full time.
    The Senegalese forward was clearly upset at being left out of the starting line-up, and let it show when shrugging off his manager’s fist bump at the final whistle.
    The Liverpool boss was adamant that there is no problem between the pair, but it may yet be a relationship to keep an eye on in the final weeks of the season.
    “There is no problem there…” 👀Jurgen Klopp explains why Sadio Mane refused to shake his hand at FT at Old Trafford pic.twitter.com/2v5ZTa9J1z— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) May 13, 2021

    KLOPP OF THE WORLD
    A delighted Jurgen Klopp has praised his players for their performance and timely victory, singling out ‘Man of the Match’ Trent Alexander-Arnold for a special mention.
    It was a great fight, a good game, intense, and just how a derby should be. Since I came to Liverpool, it’s our first win at Old Trafford and it’s good timing, I would say. We needed it, we fought hard for it, and we deserved it. I saw only good performances, to be honest. Trent [Alexander-Arnold] was in proper shape tonight, and played pretty much everything.Jurgen KloppSky Sports

    FIGHT FOR THE TOP FOUR
    Liverpool’s success this evening moves them up to fifth in the table, and four points behind fourth-placed Chelsea with a game in hand.
    And because Leicester and Chelsea still have each other to play, the Reds have their Champions League destiny in their own hands.
    LEICESTER CITY (66 points)

    Chelsea (a)
    Tottenham (h)

    CHELSEA (64 points)

    Leicester (h)
    Aston Villa (a)

    LIVERPOOL (60 points)

    West Brom (a)
    Burnley (a)
    Crystal Palace (h)

    FULL TIME STATS
    An impressive evening for Liverpool, who managed to register eight of their nine attempts on target.
    More impressively, Roberto Firmino appears to have scored his second goal before his first.

    FT: MAN UTD 2-4 LIVERPOOL
    A first Liverpool win at Old Trafford since 2014 has the Reds firmly in the fight for a top-four finish. Jurgen Klopp’s team fought back after falling behind to Bruno Fernandes’ goal to lead 3-1 through Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino’s brace. Marcus Rashford pulled one back to set up a grandstand finish, but Mohamed Salah sealed victory on the break in stoppage time. It’s the highest scoring match between these two at Old Trafford since 1962.
    PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!A THRILLING ENCOUNTER COMES TO AN END!
    MAN UTD 2-4 LIVERPOOL
    90. Mohamed Salah seals victory for Liverpool!
    As United committed numbers forward, there was always going to be the opportunity to catch them on the break – and so it proves.
    Salah has had a quiet night, but there isn’t any player you’d rather have latching on to Firmino’s poke forward to the halfway line; a simple pass made by the Brazilian after Thiago has swept up Nemanja Matic’s mess in midfield.
    With the entire United half to run into, Salah kept his composure as he sped into the box and steered comfortably beyond Dean Henderson.

    GOOOOOOAAAAAAALLL!!MO SALAH WRAPS IT UP!!
    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    87. Three minutes plus stoppage time remaining, and they could be huge in defining Liverpool’s season.
    United are searching for an equaliser. They are throwing men forward.
    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    85. Here’s the change.
    Nemanja Matic replaces Eric Bailly. The Serbian will play in midfield, and Scott McTominay will drop into defence for the final minutes.
    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    84. Cavani picks up a yellow card for a foul on Thiago.
    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    83. McTominay’s evening may not end up with an early bath, but it could finish with him playing in central defence.
    Eric Bailly is grimacing, and changes are being readied.
    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    80. McTominay gets away with one!
    Seconds after being booked, the midfielder is turned and caught the wrong side of Mane.
    The arm comes out to stop his opponent, and the slightest contact brings the Liverpool forward to ground.
    If it’s a foul, then a second yellow has to follow. Anthony Taylor takes a long look, and then waves play on.
    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    79. Scott McTominay goes into the book for catching Fabinho on the shin.
    The Scotland international was actually pulling out of the challenge when his studs connected, which is just as well for him otherwise he could have been in big trouble.
    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    78. Thiago is penalised for handball, and Manchester United have a free-kick in a very dangerous position just outside the box.
    It’s prime territory for Fernandes, and the United captain makes it clear that he’s taking charge.
    He takes a short run up, flicks over the wall…
    … and over the crossbar.

    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    76. Shaw and Rashford combine well down the left with the latter cutting back inside Phillips and on to his right foot.
    The angle is against him, and so it proves when he drags his shot into the side netting.
    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    74. Another wonderful Alexander-Arnold pass, over the top for Mane, has the substitute on the run but he is unable to bring it under control before Henderson arrives on the scene.
    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    72. Lindelof rises at the far post, Maguire-esque, to meet a corner, but can’t get any power in his connection.
    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    70. How has that stayed out?!
    Shaw’s centre causes chaos in the penalty area, has Cavani sniffing in the six-yard box and eventually falls for Greenwood at the far post.
    The substitute forces a shot past Alisson, but he can’t beat Phillips on the line. Liverpool survive!

    MAN UTD 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    68. Much, much better from Manchester United, and their best move of the night brings a second goal.
    Breaking at pace, Bruno Fernandes dummies and Edinson Cavani sends Marcus Rashford in on goal with a lovely through ball.
    The England forward remains calm despite the presence of Andy Robertson, and slips a shot past Alisson to find the bottom corner.
    Unlike 11 days ago, it’s game on!

    GOOOOOOAAAAAAALLL!!MARCUS RASHFORD PULLS ONE BACK!!
    MAN UTD 1-3 LIVERPOOL
    66. By the way, Mason Greenwood is on for Fred.
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    Newcastle vs Man City: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for Premier League clash

    PREMIER LEAGUE champions Manchester City face Newcastle as Pep Guardiola’s side look to celebrate their title in style.Leicester’s win at Man Utd in midweek handed the Citizens their seventh top-flight title, wrapped up with three games to spare.

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    Guardiola has secured another Premier League titleCredit: PA
    Toon meanwhile are safe from the drop and purely playing for pride under Steve Bruce, winning three of their last five.
    When is Newcastle vs Man City?

    This Premier League clash is set for Friday, May 14.
    Kick-off is at 8pm GMT.
    When the sides met earlier in the campaign, City ran out comfortable 2-0 winners at the Etihad.

    Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
    You can catch this game live on Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League and Ultra HD.
    Coverage begins at 7pm.
    If you’re not a Sky subscriber, you can grab a NOW TV pass from £9.99 to stream on your mobile, tablet, PC or games console.

    What is the team news?
    City are expected to rest their side ahead of their huge Champions League quarter final with Chelsea at the end of the month.
    Gabriel Jesus could return to the XI, however, after City’s loss to the Blues last week in which Sergio Aguero missed a penalty.
    Ciaran Clark may start for Newcastle now that an injury he picked up has been shaken off while Joe Willock is almost guaranteed to start.
    Callum Wilson is out of the game with a hamstring issue.
    Match odds

    Newcastle to win – 10/1
    Draw – 9/2
    City to celebrate title with three points – 1/4

    *All odds from Paddy Power and correct at time of publication. More

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    Chelsea vs Leicester FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for FA Cup final at Wembley

    CHELSEA face Leicester in an all-Premier League FA Cup final at Wembley.The Blues are chasing a first FA Cup triumph since 2018, when they saw off Manchester United in the final.

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    Chelsea have won the FA Cup six times since 2000Credit: PA
    Leicester meanwhile haven’t been in the showpiece of this competition since 1969 – and have never lifted the trophy.
    When is Chelsea vs Leicester?

    The 2021 FA Cup final will be held on Saturday, May 15.
    Kick-off at Wembley will be at 5.15pm BST.
    The two sides have met once so far this season in the Premier League, with Leicester running out 2-0 winners.

    Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
    You can catch this game live on free-to-air TV here in the UK.
    BBC ONE will be showing all the action from Wembley live, while you can also watch on BT Sport.
    If you want to stream, the BBC iPlayer and BT Sport apps will allow you to watch on your mobile, tablet or laptop.

    What is the team news?
    Chelsea are hoping that they can welcome Mateo Kovacic back into the side after his recent injury run out of the side.
    N’Golo Kante missed the Arsenal loss with an Achilles problem and is a doubt for the final but could come on from the bench.
    Hakim Ziyech will likely start the final after his heroics in the semi-final, with a view to giving Christian Pulisic a rest too.
    Timothy Castagne will likely start in place of Marc Labrighton with Ricardo Pereira also fit to start.
    James Maddison is also fit and should start, with Jamie Vardy starting up front.
    Jonny Evans has a foot injury but should just about make it intimidates for the final to start alongside Wesley Fofana.
    Match odds

    Leicester to win in 90 minutes – 3/1
    Draw – 5/2
    Chelsea victory – 20/23
    Foxes to lift trophy – 9/5
    Blues to win FA Cup – 4/9

    *All odds from Paddy Power and correct at time of publication. More

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    Man Utd vs Liverpool LIVE: Live stream, TV channel, team news, security ramped up with protests anticipated – updates

    MANCHESTER UNITED and Liverpool face off tonight in their huge rearranged clash.One of the great matches in world football gets underway following its postponement one week ago.

    Start time: 8.15pm GMT
    TV/Live stream: Sky Sports PL/Main Event
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    Man Utd vs Liverpool was postponed after fiery protests
    When is Man Utd vs Liverpool?

    Man Utd vs Liverpool takes place on Thursday, May 13.
    The match kicks off at 8.15pm.
    Old Trafford – with no fans in attendance – plays host to the match.

    What TV channel and live stream is Man Utd vs Liverpool on?
    Man Utd vs Liverpool takes place on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
    Sky begin their coverage at 8pm.
    What is the team news?
    Liverpool are set to be without defender Ozan Kabak.
    Boss Jurgen Klopp said before the Reds’ win over Southampton at the weekend: “With Ozan, we don’t know exactly, we have to wait and see a little bit. It’s a muscle thing, it happened without any real intensity but still serious enough for not being involved.”
    Solskjaer will be assessing his United squad after their match against Leicester 48 hours before.
    Captain Harry Maguire is set to miss out for United.
    Maguire suffered an ankle injury in the 3-1 victory at Aston Villa at the weekend, and is a major doubt for the Europa League final vs Villarreal next week.
    PICTURED
    Manchester United’s stars have already driven into the ground for tonight’s game, well in advance of any protests.
    The club have decided not to use their usual Lowry Hotel base, which they became trapped in last time out.
    Check out the snaps here.
    POLICE PRESENCE
    A ring of steel has been put up around Old Trafford ahead of fans making their voices heard.
    Credit: Reuters
    Credit: Reuters
    GOOD EVENING
    Let’s try this again, shall we?
    Eleven days ago Manchester United fans protested the club’s Glazer owners following years of taking money out of the club and, more recently, the European Super League debacle.
    Hundreds of supporters managed to rush the Old Trafford pitch and, with protesters also preventing the team from leaving its hotel, the game against Liverpool was called off.
    At 8.15pm tonight, the rearranged derby kicks off – but a fresh protest is planned beforehand.
    We’ll be keeping you to date with all the pre-game news, as well as the match itself, here.
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    Granada vs Real Madrid: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for big La Liga clash

    REAL MADRID face Granada as they look to keep up the pressure in a terrific La Liga title race.Zinedine Zidane’s side are right in the mix as they look to defend the title they won last season.

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    Benzema will be hoping to fire Madrid to title gloryCredit: AFP
    Lifting the trophy this campaign would be huge for the under-fire Frenchman, who saw his side crash out of the Champions League to Chelsea.
    When is Granada vs Real Madrid?

    Los Blancos will face Granada on Thursday, May 13.
    Kick-off is at 9pm BST.
    When the sides met earlier in the campaign, goals from Casemiro and Karim Benzema gave Madrid all three points on home soil.

    Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
    You can catch all of the action live on LaLigaTV.
    Coverage begins at 8.45pm, shortly before KO.
    If you want to stream, head to the Premier Player where you can also find a digital-only subscription to the channel for £6.99/month.

    What is the team news?
    Former Tottenham striker Roberto Soldado misses out for the hosts through suspension after a red card against Cadiz.
    Angel Montoro is a doubt due to a hamstring problem, while Yangel Herrera and Domingos Duarte are also injured.
    Madrid remain without defensive trio Dani Carvajal, Lucas Vazquez and Ferland Mendy.
    With a packed schedule, Isco could feature in place of Luka Modric.
    Match odds

    Granada victory – 7/1
    Draw – 15/4
    Real Madrid to win – 1/3

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    Man Utd vs Liverpool: Live stream, TV channel, team news, kick-off time for Premier League clash

    MANCHESTER UNITED and Liverpool face off this week in their huge rearranged clash.One of the great matches in world football gets underway following its postponement one week ago.
    Man Utd vs Liverpool was postponed after fiery protests
    When is Man Utd vs Liverpool?

    Man Utd vs Liverpool takes place on Thursday, May 13.
    The match kicks off at 8.15pm.
    Old Trafford – with no fans in attendance – plays host to the match.

    What TV channel and live stream is Man Utd vs Liverpool on?
    Man Utd vs Liverpool takes place on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
    Sky begin their coverage at 8pm.

    What is the team news?
    Liverpool are set to be without defender Ozan Kabak.
    Boss Jurgen Klopp said before the Reds’ win over Southampton at the weekend: “With Ozan, we don’t know exactly, we have to wait and see a little bit. It’s a muscle thing, it happened without any real intensity but still serious enough for not being involved.”
    Solskjaer will be assessing his United squad after their match against Leicester 48 hours before.
    Captain Harry Maguire is set to miss out for United.
    Maguire suffered an ankle injury in the 3-1 victory at Aston Villa at the weekend, and is a major doubt for the Europa League final vs Villarreal next week. More