AC Milan are close to a dream title with their trip to Sassuolo the only stumbling block, and how does Liverpool motivate Villa against Ma...
|AC Milan are close to a dream title with their trip to Sassuolo the only stumbling block, and how does Liverpool motivate Villa against Manchester City? (Photo credit: Sky Sports)|
Friday is here, a day that typically comes before a flurry of league games, but this one is different; the German Bundesliga is done with Bayern Munich winning again, as always, and almost all the leagues have their champions already, but for England and Italy, it goes down to the final day.
Just the way we want it, we’ll have a swing from ground to the ground as Arsenal hope for a catastrophic spell on Tottenham, an unlikely event of Antonio Conte’s men losing at Norwich while the Gunners do their own business against Everton.
Speaking of Everton, the Toffees are safe after a dramatic comeback win over Crystal Palace at Goodison Park on Thursday night. No one saw the comeback coming, but Frank Lampard’s men scored three times in the second half to hand Palace the defeat; you don’t want to see the drama with the fans storming the pitch to celebrate… We love to see it.
Inter Milan can stop AC Milan from winning their first league trophy in well over a decade. The Giant of San Siro have suffered years of disgrace and are now on the verge of what would be a dream title with their trip to Sassuolo standing in their way.
Inter Milan would hope Sassuolo pull off the unexpected and beats their city rivals while doing their job on Sampdoria at home. It’s a crazy situation in Serie A, but a draw might be enough for AC Milan, considering their superior head to head over their fiercest rivals.
England, the premier league, is fun. Liverpool hopes that Aston Villa will do them some favors and hold Manchester City to a draw at least while the Kops beat Wolves at Anfield, but Villa has a 15m GBP clause on Jack Grealish winning the title with City; how does that favor Liverpool’s bid?
Down below, Burnley is in trouble. The Clarets must beat Newcastle to fend off any resistance from Leeds United. The Latter need to beat Brentford at Elland Road and then hope Newcastle picks something against Burnley, the Clarets have a mammoth goal difference advantage, and that’s worth a point.
The weekend is here, and by the end of Sunday, all answers will be provided; the question is: Who will smile and who will cry when the curtain is closed on the European leagues? We can’t wait!