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A place in the Premier League is up for grabs in the Championship play-off final

The Championship play-off final takes place on Saturday with both Aston Villa and Fulham desperate to secure a return to the Premier League.

The richest game in football is estimated to be worth upwards of £160 million to the winner, with Villa having overcome Middlesbrough to reach the final and Fulham battling past Derby.

Fulham have finally ended their long wait for a trip to Wembley – 43 years since they last played there in the FA Cup final, while Villa reached Wembley in the 2015 FA Cup final against Arsenal.

Fulham and Aston Villa’s head to head record could not be any closer in 68 games between the two sides as they have both won 23 whilst drawing 22 times. Dabblebet have Fulham as slight favourites at 13/10, whereas Aston Villa are 9/4, and the draw is 21/10.

It’s all or nothing for these two teams in their last game of the season.

Fulham will feel they deserve a place in the Premier League after enjoying a 23-game unbeaten and finishing in third place, five points ahead of Villa.

The future of the club could be at stake with the core of their squad set to be raided if they fail to gain promotion. Ryan Sessegnon, Tom Cairney and Ryan Fredericks won’t be short of suitors if they lose on Saturday, while loanees Aleksandar Mitrovic, Matt Targett, Tomas Kalas and Lucas Piazon would all return to their parent clubs.

Aston Villa are a team geared for big games, with players like John Terry, Glen Whelan and Mile Jedinak having all experienced the pressure before.

The game will be won or lost in the midfield. Fulham’s midfield three have been lauded as the best in the league whereas the experience that Villa have in the middle of the park will come in handy.

One man who could make all the difference is Aboubakar Kamara as he has changed games against both Derby and Sunderland in recent weeks and he is the perfect combination of pace and strength with his hurdling background.

Villa will be hoping the Championship’s top creator Robert Snodgrass’s talent shines through in this game, as his set-piece prowess and long-range strikes have served Villa well this season.

So much is at stake in this game and the Championship play-off final is always one of the greatest games of the season. For one set of supporters, there will be jubilation at full-time, but there will be heartbreak for the other. This year it is impossible to call.

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Liverpool and Real Madrid are being lifted by history – this Champions League final could be one-of-a-kind

As Jurgen Klopp walked into the cavernous Soviet-style press room at Kyiv’s Olympic Stadium, he was suddenly innocently struck by the huge number of people filling it. “Oh wow,” the Liverpool manager let out, with a smile and then a laugh.

There was none of that with the Real Madrid party. Zinedine Zidane, Marcelo and Sergio Ramos walked in like this is all completely normal to them, which of course it is. They are preparing for their fourth Champions League victory in five years, let alone their fourth final, as well as the challenge of becoming just the fourth team in 63 years to achieve the gold-standard feat of three European Cups in a row.

Amid such a rarefied atmosphere, these were little moments that don’t mean all that much, but do reflect one of a few differences between the clubs that could yet make the difference on the day in Kyiv.

Liverpool are endearingly excited about getting back to this stage – their eighth final but first in 11 years – and know that they are inferior to Madrid. They also know that such excitement – or, rather, the electrical charge that Klopp infuses his team with – is the core of their best quality and the ability to regularly best such sides. They have all the belief that comes from that.

This Madrid are meanwhile steadfast in their determination to stay on that stage, and know they are inherently better than Liverpool, as they also know victory here would make them the most successful side in the competition’s history other than their own 1955-60 predecessors. They have all the confidence – or, really, utter arrogance, that comes from that.

Indeed, sources say that key figures at the club believe it might well be the easiest big game they’ve had in this era. It was something partway revealed by former manager Vicente Del Bosque’s prediction that Madrid would win 4-1, even if Ramos, Marcelo and Zidane obviously spoke of “respect” and “taking nothing for granted”.

That genuinely isn’t the case for many around Madrid.

The Liverpool squad, however, are said to be “tuned in” to that. Klopp has his team ready to undercut any Real overconfidence, to fatally challenge any complacency.

The German spoke of how Liverpool will “adjust” to what Madrid do, and therein might lie the winning of this game.

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It is not just Liverpool that have adjusted, after all. The Champions League itself has changed in the last few years, and gradually evolved to a point where we are seeing more goals – 3.42 per game in the knock-out stages this season – than at any stage since Real first dominated. These two free-scoring sides have been central to that, and set to take it to a conclusion. And, if the Kyiv showpiece is to follow the sensationalist trend of the season, then, we could well be set up for something we haven’t seen since Liverpool’s last victory: a high-scoring, high-octane final where both sides score more than once. That last happened in 2005, when Liverpool defied all expectation to produce the exhilaration of a 3-3 draw with AC Milan before then producing a victory on penalties.

It really is something to get excited about, and could well be exacting.

Liverpool are said to have “a 2004-05 belief” about the squad, but the utter arrogance that emanates from Real’s quality and experience means that, if the game does become the kind of free-for-all shoot-out that has characterised this campaign, they would always fully back themselves to win it. It is why, all things being equal, they should of course be backed to win this final.

It wouldn’t take too much for this match to proceed exactly as Vicente Del Bosque predicted, and to end up as a 4-1 Madrid win.
Liverpool’s progress through the tournament has been relentless (Getty)

That justified arrogance is just another positive of possessing the quality of Cristiano Ronaldo, Toni Kroos and Luka Modric, as well as the recent experience and longer history of so many European Cups.

One potential negative is that such arrogance can almost blind them to possible problems. It brought Real right to the brink against both Juventus and Bayern Munich, in a way it never had before in the last half-decade.

Zidane’s side still came through those games, though, doing so on a knife-edge to further bolster their self-belief. That could mean that – as against Juventus and Bayern – they are too sure of themselves to specifically come up with a plan for what Liverpool can do to them, and the danger is that Klopp’s side pose a threat that will cause Zidane’s defence far greater problems before.

Back in the 2015-16 season at Roma, Mohamed Salah repeatedly found the gap between Sergio Ramos and Marcelo in their last-16 match and ferociously exploited it with his pace like no one else before to create multiple chances – but this was at a stage when he wasn’t yet taking such chances; when he wasn’t the relentless finisher he now is.
This tournament will be remembered for many standout moments (Getty)

He should have had about six goals. He instead had a nightmare, and everyone else seemed to have proof that he would always be a frustrating player.

That alone is how things can change, and it can change Saturday’s final.

Klopp spotted something extra in Salah and enhanced it. If he is in anything like this season’s form, Liverpool could actually make this Real’s most difficult final, especially since their wider attacking qualities seem almost designed to specifically hurt the Spanish side.

That form is another decisive factor, though, arguably much more so than with any other final.
Liverpool train at Anfield ahead of Champions League final

Klopp’s greatest quality is motivating players to momentous levels of performance. He also insisted that his side’s greatest strength is “100 per cent the spirit”.

That is why Real should be much more concerned than they are, since that is how the German’s sides have so often beaten notionally better teams.

Except, that is, in finals.

If Real are the competition’s great winners, always finding a way, Klopp is perceived as the great loser on such occasions, always ultimately losing his way. He has suffered defeat in five of his last six finals, and now comes up against a coach in Zinedine Zidane aiming for what would be a record fourth Champions League as a manager.
Real’s overwhelming arrogance has carried them through (AFP)

While there is a lot of discussion about how much that is down to the French great and how much down is down to the club he’s at, Klopp’s record is the type of thing that gets a lot of discussion when it involves games of such stratospheric stakes, but a more mundane explanation is it is merely coincidence and a consequence of facing wealthier sides.

Klopp also insisted that they are prepared for facing games like this, as he pointed to his own defeat with Borussia Dortmund to Bayern Munich in 2013, and this Liverpool’s defeat to Sevilla in the 2016 Europa League.

“After the game I knew I would want to have this opportunity again. It took a while, but I’m here again because my boys gave me that chance again. I’m really happy to be here with this group of players. They fought so unbelievably hard for this, I really think they deserve to be here. I’m really proud of them already. And now, let’s play football.”
Klopp must once again extract the most from his players (Getty)

Zidane, meanwhile, went for a Kloppian closing statement.

“Today we’re happy to be here and play another final. We’ll never live this again. We’ll live other moments but we’ll never have today and tomorrow again.”

The stage is set, and all might be set up for a game that causes a lot more “wow” moments.

These two sides have already offered so many, both in their past and throughout this season. It’s time for the one to win it.

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Recently crowned LaLiga champions Barcelona will hope to keep their unbeaten streak intact when Real Madrid visit for El Clasico tonight.

Barca have already won a domestic double and are bidding to finish the campaign without suffering a single league defeat, while Los Blancos are also on a high after booking their place in the Champions League final this week.

Real have an extra incentive to beat their great rivals, who are on the verge of completing the first 38-game unbeaten season in LaLiga history. Ernesto Valverde’s side merely need to avoid a loss in their final four fixtures – three of which are at home – and the most difficult of those is the visit of Real.

Zinedine Zidane’s side won at the Nou Camp in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup in August and have not lost there since March 2015.

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Zidane explains lack of guard of honour

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has defended the decision for his players not to form a guard of honour for LaLiga champions Barcelona.

Ernesto Valverde’s Barca clinched the title last weekend with a 4-2 victory at Deportivo La Coruna, and are four games away from going through the entire league campaign unbeaten.

But there will be no guard of honour on Sunday evening, with Zidane irked that the Catalan club did not see his side out onto the pitch after their Club World Cup triumph in December.

“They did not do it (for us) and we, with respect, are not going to do it because they did not do it,” Zidane said.

“We respect what Barcelona did, which is to win the league and is the most difficult thing for me, as I have always said. I congratulate them, and this is respect.

“I will clarify the subject. I’m not the one to decide that the guard of honour is not made. After the Club World Cup, I understand that for them it was not important to make it (for us). Some say they were not in the competition, but you have to win the Champions League to play the Club World Cup, and we are all in the Champions League.”

The deposed champions head to Barcelona 15 points adrift of their hosts and amid reports they may rest the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos with one eye on their Champions League final date with Liverpool later this month, but Zidane insists there will be no lack of motivation from the visitors.

“You do not have to think about the injuries, and have to play the match with intensity, which is the best way to prepare for the final,” said the Frenchman, whose side sit third but still have second-placed Atletico Madrid in their sights.

“It is true that this year LaLiga is decided and there is less expectation, but that is normal. Before the game it will be like that, but when it starts I do not think there will be little expectation.

“We have four games (left in the league) and we will prepare in the best way because we have to finish as high as possible.

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Arsenal take on Burnley on Sunday at the Emirates Stadium in what is bound to be an emotional affair as it is Arsene Wenger’s final home game in charge of the Gunners.

The Frenchman will step down at the end of the season after 22 years in charge and will hope to say goodbye to the home supporters with victory against Sean Dyche’s side.

Date: Sunday, May 6

Time: 4:30 p.m. BST/11:30 a.m. ET


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Team News

Burnley are still without several key players with Robbie Brady, Jonathan Walters, Steven Defour, Scott Arfield and Ben Mee still all sidelined, per Transfermarkt.

Arsenal lost captain Laurent Koscienly to a torn Achilles during Thursday’s UEFA Europa League defeat to Atletico Madrid, per Goal’s Chris Wheatley.

Calum Chambers replaced him at the Wanda Metropolitano and could keep his place alongside Shkodran Mustafi.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan should be available after featuring as a substitute against Atletico Madrid, while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang should come back into the team after being cup-tied on Thursday.

Farewell to Arsene Wenger

Arsenal’s Europa League exit means there will be no fairytale finish for Wenger, but the club are planning a guard of honour on Sunday, per Daniel Cutts at The Sun.

It’s a sad end to Wenger’s career at Arsenal, but he will hope his team can bounce back from their European disappointment and send him off with a victory.

Liam Twomey of ESPN FC did not have too much sympathy for Wenger:

The Frenchman’s departure does feel long overdue with Arsenal set to end the season with no silverware and no UEFA Champions League football once again.

Sports writer Ben Fairthorne said it might take a while for Arsenal to recover:

Meanwhile, former Arsenal defender Martin Keown does not expect Mesut Ozil to feature on Sunday, per James Benge at the Evening Standard:

Arsenal’s players will need to rouse themselves after a disappointing display in Madrid as they prepare to say goodbye to Wenger and welcome in a new era at the Emirates.

Burnley Heading into Europe

Burnley are virtually assured of a place in the Europa League next season and may even have confirmed qualification before kick-off if Everton do not beat Southampton on Saturday.

The Clarets are six points clear of the Toffees with two games left to play and also have a far superior goal difference.

Manager Sean Dyche’s exploits have seen him honoured in an unusual way, per BBC Sport:

Burnley head to the Emirates in good form, as they have lost just one of their last nine Premier League games.

However, they have lost their last three Premier League matches against Arsenal to injury-time winners and may feel they deserve a bit of luck this time around.

Burnley also have two forwards who are in good form and may be able to take advantage of any defensive vulnerability, per Opta:

There’s even a slim chance of Burnley pipping Arsenal for sixth place. Victory for the Clarets on Sunday would see them move level on points with the Gunners, although they have played a game more.

The focus will be on Wenger and Arsenal on Sunday, but Burnley have been one of the biggest success stories in the Premier League this season and could spoil the party.

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Barcelona v Real Madrid preview: Real to offer no guard of honour to rivals

Real Madrid will opt against giving La Liga champions Barcelona a guard of honour when they visit the Nou Camp on Sunday.

The newly crowned league winners are playing their first game since sealing the championship with a 4-2 win at Deportivo last weekend and Zinedine Zidane said last month his side would ignore convention and not clap their opponents onto the pitch

Barca are four games from completing the first unbeaten season in La Liga history, having already set the record for the longest run of games without defeat in the Spanish top flight.

In league meetings, the Catalan club have not been beaten by Real in the last three encounters, although they did lose both legs of the Spanish Super Cup in August 2017 to Zidane’s men.

History favours Real, who have won 95 of the 236 competitive games between the pair, although since the days of Pep Guardiola the tide has turned, and Barca have now won 92 times in this fixture.

Zidane’s side secured their place in a fourth Champions League final in five years with a 4-3 aggregate win over Bayern Munich on Tuesday, but are still fighting to finish second in La Liga following Atletico Madrid’s recent slip.

They have a game in hand over their city rivals and trail them by four points, and need to secure a second league win at the Nou Camp in the past three seasons.

Team news

Andres Iniesta, who announced last week he will leave the Nou Camp this summer, has been suffering with a minor calf problem – but should be fit to play.

For Real Madrid, Dani Carvajal, forced off in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final with Bayern, is expected to miss out while Isco and Rafael Varane are both doubts.

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Liverpool’s stunning first leg performance against Roma has put them in a commanding position for the return leg of their Champions League semifinal on Wednesday.

The Reds looked to be on the brink of booking their place in the final there when they raced into a 5-0 lead at Anfield with the likelihood of more goals to come, but they dropped their intensity after the substitution of Mohamed Salah and conceded two late goals to give Roma a flicker of hope.

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The Italians will have been mightily relieved to escape with just a three-goal deficit from a game in which they could easily have conceded double figures. Roma were shambolic on the night, and a rampant Liverpool ran all over them. Unless there is a drastic change in approach from Roma coach Eusebio Di Francesco, it’s difficult to see how Wednesday’s game will be much different.

Roma pulled off a miracle in overcoming a 4-1 first leg deficit to shock mighty Barcelona in the past round, but aside from the belief it may give their players and fans, it has little relevance for this game because Barcelona and Liverpool are vastly different beasts.

Jurgen Klopp alluded to it in his comments at full time after the first leg. Barcelona have been so successful for so long they probably didn’t believe it was possible for them to lose a 4-1 lead. Complacency undoubtedly played a part. Barca have gotten fat and lazy, whereas Liverpool should, should, be lean and hungry.

Liverpool have not earned the right to be complacent as they do not have that recent track record of being successful. They are still searching for their first trophy under Klopp, and given their habit of throwing away leads in recent years, they ought to be well on their guard in Rome.

The Merseysiders should not be complacent but they should be extremely confident as so far their performances in the knockout stages have been remarkable. Porto were beaten 5-0 over two legs, Manchester City were beaten 5-1 and they now have a 5-2 advantage over Roma going into the second leg. Klopp’s side have looked hungry, energetic, determined and powerful, and so far nobody has been able to live with them.

Liverpool’s style of play is vastly different to Barcelona’s and is ideally suited to playing with a lead. Barcelona won’t go from one penalty area to the other in three passes. Their approach is much more measured and that allowed Roma to play higher up the pitch and chase the game.
Liverpool have a commanding lead to take to Roma with a Champions League final place up for grabs. EPA/Peter Powell

If you play high against Liverpool you’d better be close to perfect in possession because as soon as you lose it, you’re in trouble. That was what happened in the first leg as the Reds completely bypassed the midfield and repeatedly played early balls into the acres of space behind the Roma backline. The Italians lack pace at the back and Liverpool’s forward players ran riot.

That is the fear Roma must live with as they chase the game. Liverpool can go from one penalty area to the other in the blink of an eye. Their second goal in the first leg came from a Roma attack. Virgil van Dijk cleared a cross, Salah produced a wonderful first time layoff to Roberto Firmino and suddenly Roma were in big trouble. Firmino carried the ball forward before giving it back to the Egyptian who finished expertly. Just like that, three passes, one penalty area to another, goal.

Roma know what they need to do and they know they have done it before, but the same is true for Liverpool. They went to Manchester City with a three-goal lead and now they go to Rome with the same advantage. It’s slightly different this time because they gave up two away goals in the first leg, but that is levelled out by the fact that Pep Guardiola’s side are vastly superior to Roma.

What happened at the Etihad has provided Liverpool’s players with the perfect experience for how to deal with this game. The last thing you want to do in that situation is concede an early goal, but that’s exactly what they did in Manchester. They came through that ordeal with flying colours so they know how to handle it. The key is not to panic and to keep playing football, because Liverpool know that should they score then it makes Roma’s job much more difficult, and if they score two then it becomes almost impossible.

It would surely take something dramatic for them to go out on Wednesday night, but dramatic things can happen. An early red card or an injury to a key player can turn any game on its head, so nothing should be taken for granted.

Roma will believe they can pull off another miracle, but if they do, it will say far more about Liverpool than it will the Italian side. A place in the final is in Liverpool’s own hands. As long as they keep their heads and play their football they should be fine.