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What to watch: Champions League, EPL, Serie A streams for week of May 10

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The Premier League reigns supreme this year, as Manchester City and Chelsea punched their tickets to the Champions League final, while Manchester United earned their berth in the Europa League final, and Arsenal fell just short. This fluctuates from year-to-year of course, but it's been a wonderful year to date for English football. 

There are some key European races for next year still to be decided, so without further ado, here's what to watch for this upcoming week. 

Manchester United vs. Leicester City

Tuesday May 11 at 1:00 PM | Live stream

This has been the year that Manchester United has restored its status as a world power and though it has no chance of catching its neighbour atop the table, a win over a resilient Leicester City side would firmly cap off what's been their best season of the post-Alex Ferguson era. 

There are more immediate implications for Leicester in this one, and though the club has recently been prone to some erratic form, the strike partnership of Kelechi Iheanacho and Jamie Vardy has been among England's most consistent duos in 2021. Expect a ton of goals from two teams that are mainly looking to cement their Champions League bids for next year. 

Chelsea vs. Arsenal

Wednesday May 12 at 3:15 PM | Live stream

At one point in the season, this was a fair fight but Chelsea's campaign can truly be seen as a tale of two halves, and they've been on fire since Thomas Tuchel took over for Frank Lampard. With a Champions League spot firmly in its grasp, a win over its London rival would go a long way in ensuring that they're back in the big dance next year. Mason Mount has come alive as one of Europe's best players, and Chelsea is getting goals from everywhere, with Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Christian Pulisic and Kai Havertz all capable of making life hell for Arsenal's backline. 

Arsenal recently stumbled against Villareal in the Europa League semifinals, and they are now in grave danger of missing out on Europe entirely for 2022. It could be argued that the Gunners haven't beat a quality opponent in nearly two months since their March victory over Tottenham Hotspur. With pressure mounting on manager Mikel Arteta, what magic does he have up his sleeve, against a Chelsea side that has been white-hot during the same span? 

Manchester United vs. Liverpool

Thursday May 13 at 3:15 PM | Live stream

United fans are howling at their good fortune and their season, contrasted with their arch-rival's descent from the top of the table is the proverbial cherry on top. Bruno Fernandes, Edinson Cavani and Mason Greenwood are propelling a United attack that is scoring in bunches, as the club has recorded fewer than two goals just once since April. This is United's biggest game remaining ahead of the May 26 Europa League final and to put a beating on Liverpool while the Premier League winds down would be a fitting cap to a great 2021. 

Liverpool once looked unbeatable, prior to the pandemic but it reveals how fleeting glory often is. Riddled with injuries, combined with residual fatigue from playing their core players into the ground across several competitions, it has been a trying season for the Reds. The Europa League is clearly not what they were aiming for, but the defending champions still boast an attacking quartet of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Diego Jota that remains the envy of most clubs. Arguably the most ferocious rivalry in England, this ought to be one of the most competitive matches of the year with both sides on opposite trajectories. 

Juventus vs. Inter Milan

Saturday May 15 at 12:00 PM | Live stream

Inter has nothing to play for but pride after decisively winning the league, its best result since the magical 2010 treble. A rag tag groups of castoffs ran away with Serie A, and though Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez often grab the headlines, this is as solid a team effort in recent memory. If Inter plays their first team, this could be a really thrilling contest to watch but it's possible they just run the bench and put their feet up, so to speak. 

For Juventus, the consequences are far more dire. Cristiano Ronaldo's singular brilliance hasn't been enough to carry the 2020 champions, and now they are fighting for their Champions League lives, as a Europa League bid would simply be untenable for the Old Lady. Can Ronaldo submit another vintage performance against Inter? It's not his fault Juventus is in this position, but he'll need to play at the level that won him five Ballon d'Or awards. 

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