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Posted: Mon May 13, 2013 3:47 pm Post subject: Sports News
Hammers set for final Premier League clash
West Ham United looks forward to securing their final 3 points in the Premier League this season as they open Boleyn Ground to the relegation-threatened Reading FC.
The Hammers were defeated 1-0 by The Royals back in December last year.
Will Sam Allardyce's lads able to regain what the Royals have taken from them,
or will they suffer another defeat at the hands of Nigel Adkins' men? Kick-off on May 19 at 23:00(GMT+8).
Closing time for the champs
Bayern Munchen, this season Bundesliga champions will cap off their strong run going against Borussia Monchengladbach this May 18, 21:30(GMT+8) in Borussia Park.
A win would be much more important for the home squad to end their season with an upset compared to Bayern who'll play without pressure.
Will Coach Heynckes change line up and give his other players longer playing time?
Or will Bayern show no mercy to Monchegladbach?
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Posted: Mon May 13, 2013 4:52 pm Post subject:
Rivals clash in Copa del Rey final
Real Madrid failed to advance to the finals of Champions League by losing to a powerhouse German squad, Borussia Dortmund.
However, they managed to beat La Liga leaders Barcelona in semifinals of Spain Cup where they sealed a spot in the finals against one of their rivals, Atletico Madrid.
On May 18, 3:30(GMT+8), will be a head to head match up between the two decorated players, Ronaldo and Falcao.
Chelsea and Benfica vying for Europa League supremacy!
After lording over Fenerbahce, Benfica advanced in the finals of UEFA Europa League to face Benitez's Chelsea this May 16, 2:45(GMT+8) in Amsterdam Arena.
The Blues, who failed to defend their title in Champions League are very determined to wrap up their run with a title after finishing Basel at the semifinals.
Can Benfica stop the trio of Torres, Mata and Luiz? What should The Blues do to contain Cardozo and Lima?
Football world bids goodbye to Sir Alex
Premier League champions Manchester United are scheduled to end their campaign as they travel to The Hawthorns this May 19, 23:00(GMT+8) against West Bromwich Albion.
More importantly, this match will be the last time Sir Alex Ferguson serves as manager of The Red Devils.
For sure this will be emotional for the football world as Fergie retires after nearly 27 years in the squad with 38 trophies under his belt.
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