There is a footballing feast on the agenda over the next three days across Europe’s elite leagues — and we have got everything covered here at LiveScore.
Tonight’s action is headlined by Everton’s trip to the Emirates to face Arsenal, where Carlo Ancelotti’s men must surely take maximum points from if they are to inject life back into their faltering quest for a top-six finish.
Ahead of the game, we turn the spotlight on Toffees forward Richarlison, who could be on the move this summer if they fail to qualify for Europe.
Meanwhile, we have in-depth previews of both Saturday and Sunday’s Premier League games for you to savour, along with stats guides for the weekend action from LaLiga, Serie A and the Bundesliga.
Arsenal vs Everton (8pm, Sky Sports)
Two sides who entered the 2020-21 campaign with their eyes firmly set on European qualification face off in North London tonight.
For Mikel Arteta and his inconsistent Arsenal side, a seven-point gap to sixth place looks an insurmountable margin at this stage of the season.
As for Everton, they are are three points better off and have also played a game less than the Gunners.
But Ancelotti’s side have gone five games without a victory at the worst possible time, with hopes of a spot in Europe next term now dangling by a thread.
And that could prove damaging in more ways than one as Richarlison, 23, has made no secret in recent months of his desire to play Champions League football.
We run the rule over the Brazilian’s campaign and assess whether he is indeed ready for the step up to elite level.
Premier League lowdown
There is also a double dose of weekend Premier League preview content to enjoy ahead of another action-packed two days in England’s top flight.
On Saturday, Liverpool host resurgent Newcastle at Anfield, while West Ham and Chelsea meet in a game that could have huge implications in the race for the top four.
Sunday’s action is headlined by Manchester United’s trip to Elland Road, where Leeds will be desperate to inflict an away defeat on their old foes for the first time since January 2020.
All the stats from Europe
Looking for the key information ahead of this weekend’s Bundesliga, Serie A and LaLiga action? Well, you are in the right place.
Get all the facts and talking points from Europe’s top domestic leagues in our statistical guides.
Bayern Munich could be crowned German champions with a win at Mainz, while Borussia Dortmund face a must-win clash at Wolfsburg.
In Italy, Inter Milan will hope to take another step towards the Scudetto when Verona visit the San Siro.
Juventus also travel to Fiorentina as last season’s champions continue their push to finish as runners-up.
The LaLiga title race is set for yet more twists and turns this weekend.
Defending champs Real Madrid host Real Betis, Barcelona head to Villarreal and leaders Atletico Madrid travel to Athletic Bilbao.
And there’s more
Along with all of our preview content, we will keep you up to date with the latest news throughout the day — including regular updates from the European Super League fallout.
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