Milan vs. Cagliari Tips, Preview and Predictions

Milan and Cagliari club crests

Cagliari can confirm their participation in next season’s Serie A with a point at Milan. The Sardinians were destined for relegation before Leonardo Semplici replaced Eusebio Di Francesco in late February and a squad consisting of Diego Godin, Radja Nainggolan, Joao Pedro and Nahitan Nández should not be battling for survival. Where and when: San Siro, Milan – 16 May, kick-off 17:30 Where you can see Milan vs. Cagliari: Premier Sports 1 Last time: Zlatan Ibrahimovic hit a brace in the January contest. Milan v Cagliari Predictions and Preview It has…

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Athletic Club vs. Real Madrid Tips, Preview and Predictions

Athletic Bilbao and Real Madrid club crests as a preview of their La Liga fixture on July 5

Real Madrid must beat Athletic Club to keep their La Liga title hopes alive. Los Blancos are embroiled in a three-horse race alongside rivals Barcelona and bitter neighbours Atletico Madrid, who have led the league for a large chunk of the campaign. Elsewhere, Bilbao sit in ninth and have taken part in two cup finals this term. Where and when: San Mames, Bilbao – 16 May, kick-off 17:30 Where you can see Athletic Club vs. Real Madrid: Not televised  Last time: Los Blancos toppled Bilbao 3-1 in the capital.  Athletic…

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Mainz vs. Borussia Dortmund Tips, Preview and Predictions

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Borussia Dortmund go in search of what could prove a pivotal victory when they visit Mainz at the Opel Arena on Sunday. Three points for Die Schwarzgelben could be enough to secure their spot in the top four and next season’s Champions League, while defeat could be a disaster.  Where and when: Opel Arena – 16 May, kick-off 17:00 Where you can see Mainz vs. Borussia Dortmund: BT Sport, Bet365 live streaming Last time: Dortmund needed a late equaliser from Thomas Meunier to salvage a 1-1 draw when the teams…

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Barcelona vs. Celta Vigo Tips, Preview and Predictions

Barcelona vs. Celta Vigo, La Liga

Barcelona are looking for a big three points against Celta Vigo on Sunday, as the La Liga title race heads towards a thrilling climax. The Catalan giants simply have to win if they want to bring the famous trophy back to the Nou Camp.  Where and when: Nou Camp – 16 May, kick-off 17:30 Where you can see Barcelona vs. Celta Vigo: Premier Sports, Bet365 live streaming Last time: Ansu Fati opened the scoring as Barcelona beat Celta Vigo 3-0 at Balaidos in October.  Barcelona v Celta Vigo Predictions and…

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