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Games across Europe's top Leagues this weekend

European Leagues
We’ve reached a crucial stage of the season across all of Europe’s top 5 leagues, a period when giants are fighting for glory and minnows are yearning for survival. Football will be happening across these leagues this weekend and all fingers are crossed as some important things might be happening in the English Premier League, Spanish La Liga and German Bundesliga, so we bring you the fixtures of these top 3 European Leagues.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE
This weekend, Leicester City will have the chance to make premier league’s history, they’ll automatically be crowned champions if they defeat Manchester United at the old trafford on Sunday irrespective of other results. Norwich City, Sunderland and Newcastle will battle it out for who will escape relegation. From now, all games in the premier league will be interesting to watch.
EPL Fixtures, Gameweek 36
SATURDAY, APRIL 30
Everton vs AFC Bournemouth – 3:00pm
Newcastle United vs Crystal Palace – 3:00pm
Stoke City vs Sunderland – 3:00pm
Watford vs Aston Villa – 3:00pm
West Bromwich Albion vs West Ham United – 3:00pm
Arsenal vs Norwich City – 5:30pm
SUNDAY, MAY 1
Swansea City vs Liverpool – 12:00pm
Manchester United vs Leicester City – 2:05pm
Southampton vs Manchester City – 4:30pm
MONDAY, MAY 2
Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur – 8:00pm
SPANISH LA LIGA
Right now, the Spanish La Liga is the most interesting when it comes to title race. Barça, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are all fighting for the title and will be in action today. Espanyol, Rayo Vallecano, Sporting Gijon, Granada, Getafe and Levante are all fighting for survival in the relegation zone although Sporting Gijon got themselves out after defeating Eibar 2-0 on Friday.
LA LIGA Fixtures, Gameweek 36
FRIDAY, APRIL 29
Sporting Gijon 2-0 Eibar – FT
SATURDAY, APRIL 30
Real Sociedad vs Real Madrid – 3:00pm
Atletico Madrid vsRayo Vallecano – 5:15pm
Real Betis vs Barcelona – 7:30pm
Granada vs Las Palmas – 9:05pm
SUNDAY, MAY 1
Athletic Bilbao vs Celta Vigo – 11:00am
Espanyol vs Sevilla – 3:00pm
Deportivo La Coruna vs Getafe – 5:15pm
Valencia vs Villarreal – 7:30pm
MONDAY, MAY 2
Malaga vs Levante – 7:30pm
GERMAN BUNDESLIGA
Bayern Munich will be seeking their fourth straight Bundesliga title and will be automatic champions if they get a win against Borussia Monchengladbach. The relegation battle is more interesting as five teams are battling for survival.
BUNDESLIGA, Gameweek 32
FRIDAY, APRIL 29
Augsburg 0-0 FC Cologne
SATURDAY, APRIL 30
Bayern Munich vs Borussia Moenchengladbach – 2:30pm
Borussia Dortmund vs Wolfsburg – 2:30pm
Darmstadt vs Eintracht Frankfurt – 2:30pm
Hannover 96 vs Schalke 04 – 2:30pm
Hoffenheim vs Ingolstadt – 2:30pm
Mainz 05 vs Hamburger SV – 2:30pm
Bayer Leverkusen vs Hertha Berlin – 5:30pm
MONDAY, MAY 2
Werder Bremen vs VfB Stuttgart – 7:15pm
These are fixtures from Europe’s top 3 leagues, all Nigerian time. The Italian Serie A and French Ligue 1 have been decided with Juventus and PSG already champions.

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