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Columbus Crew v Los Angeles FC

After a blistering start winning seven of their first nine games, LAFC (7-3-1) still find themselves as MLS points leaders, sitting atop of the Western Conference. With a mid-week victory, the Columbus Crew (5-6-1) broke one of the worse stretches in club history with five consecutive losses. Columbus Crew Columbus …

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FC Dallas v New York Red Bulls

FC Dallas put their undefeated home record on the line on Saturday when they host the New York Red Bulls. Both sides lost their last match, boosting the importance of this interconference MLS matchup. FC Dallas It’s been a decent start to the season for FC Dallas, who have grabbed …

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Chelsea v Eintracht Frankfurt

After securing a top four finish in the Premier League over the weekend, Chelsea have a chance to advance to the Europa League Finals on Thursday. The Blues host Eintracht Frankfurt, with the fixture tied 1-1 ahead of the second leg. Chelsea It’s been a progressive week for Chelsea football …

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Ajax v Tottenham

Ajax’s magical Champions League run continues on Wednesday, when they host Tottenham Hotspur in the second leg of their Semifinal matchup. Ajax left London with a 1-0 lead in the tie, and an ever-important away goal, putting all of the pressure on Spurs to come to Amsterdam and pull out …

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Liverpool v Barcelona

Barcelona head to Liverpool to play the Reds in the second leg of their Champions League Semifinal match up with the Premier League side. Barcelona have a 3-0 lead in the tie, and will fully expect to maintain this lead and earn a place in the UCL final. Liverpool Liverpool …

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Man City v Leicester City

With Liverpool winning over the weekend, it is up to Manchester City to pick up another big three points on Monday. This time, it’s Leicester City who visit the Etihad, as the Foxes look to play spoiler to City’s title chase. Man City Manchester City are back in action on …

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Chelsea

In 2003, Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich changed the course of Chelsea Football Club’s history. The London-based club had found limited success prior to Abramovich’s arrival winning just one First Division title in 1955. A clutch of FA Cups and League Cups were won pre-2003, but Chelsea never hit the same …

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