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Both the Premier League and Serie A races appear to be over, as Manchester City and Inter Milan's respective bids appear to be unassailable at this stage of the competition. It doesn't mean there's nothing to play for, however, as we look ahead to three hotly contested games with European implications for next year, and of course, pride.
Arsenal vs. Liverpool
Saturday April 3 at 3:00 p.m. | Live stream
Arsenal's topsy-turvy season has wrought plenty of complaints but it has played well against stronger competition as of late, with crucial victories over Tottenham and Leicester City. Martin Odegaard has shown flashes of why he was once considered the world's most promising teenager and at 22, has a chance to make an indelible mark on the Gunners after joining on loan from Real Madrid in January.
If it feels like the sky is falling for Liverpool, well, it sort of is! Gone is the aura of invincibility that briefly surrounded the Reds. Although advancing 4-0 on aggregate vs. RB Leipzig in the Champions League may assuage some fears, this is a vulnerable giant as Arsenal looks to close the gap and make a push for renewed European competition in 2022.
Leicester City vs. Manchester City
Saturday April 3 at 12:30 p.m. | Live stream
Manchester City is cruising to another Premier League title, but Leicester City is gamely looking to knock off The Citizens while battling for second place with Manchester United. Leicester's two-man strike partnership of Jamie Vardy and Kelechi Iheanacho is quietly among Europe's best. Iheanacho has been on fire as of late, with five goals combined in victories over Sheffield United and Manchester United. Keep an eye on the 24-year-old Nigerian international who faces his former team.
Torino vs. Juventus
Saturday, April 3 at 12:00 p.m. | Live stream
Inter Milan may be running away with Serie A, but that won't stop Juventus from attempting to make a last-ditch, if altogether improbable comeback. Juventus may be reeling from their Champions League knockout but Cristiano Ronaldo remains as prolific as ever, with a March 14 hat-trick against Caligari, and his partnership with Alvaro Morata (competition-best eight assists) is thriving.
Torino is toiling in 17th place and unlike their rival, have everything to play with the threat of relegation lingering. The Derby della Mole is more of a rivalry in spirit than actuality but few things could give Torino fans greater joy than knocking off its heated inter-city nemesis.
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