It is a busy Friday ahead of a jam-packed weekend of football across the continent and we have got it all covered on LiveScore.
Everton and Tottenham kick off the Premier League weekend tonight, while there are key fixtures in the title races across Spain, Italy and Germany.
On top of that, we have news of Lionel Messi’s record-breaking boots and how much they are expected to fetch for charity.
Everton vs Tottenham (8pm, Sky Sports)
Everton and Tottenham meet at Goodison Park with both teams knowing defeat will be near fatal to their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League.
The Toffees would move four points behind West Ham with victory, having played the same number of games, while Spurs would have played one more and still have a three-point gap to overcome.
That gap has seen the pressure continue to build on Jose Mourinho, who has spoken of his desire to beef up Tottenham’s defence if they are to improve next campaign.
We take a look at the options available to them if they are to delve into the transfer market for a centre-back this summer.
Messi’s magic boots
Messi has broken many records in his incredible career — and now you can buy the boots he used to notch one of them in December.
Barcelona’s 3-0 victory over Real Valladolid saw the mercurial Argentinian score his 644th goal for the club, breaking the record previously set by Pele for most competitive goals scored for a single club.
Now his boots are being auctioned off to raise money for charity — and you can find out all the details, including the good cause the funds are headed to, right here.
Premier League action
While the FA Cup semi-finals headline the action on Saturday and Sunday, there are important games at both ends of the Premier League table to enjoy.
Newcastle can take a giant leap towards safety on Saturday and Sheffield United’s relegation to the Championship could be confirmed later in the day.
Read more: Premier League Saturday preview
On Sunday, a London derby between Arsenal and Fulham is followed by Burnley’s trip to Manchester United — and all four teams are in need of three points.
While Manchester City are miles ahead in England, the race for the LaLiga title is alive and well with Real Madrid and Barcelona hot on Atletico Madrid’s heels.
Bayern Munich are in pole position in the Bundesliga but RB Leipzig will not go away and have the chance to put some early pressure on the German giants tonight.
Inter Milan are set to break Juventus’ hold on the Serie A trophy this season but a trip to Napoli is not easy, with both AC Milan and Juve sure to be keen to take advantage of any slip-ups.
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