With the 2019/20 Premier League and LaLiga champions having been crowned, the title drama in Serie A continues, while we also have two high-profile FA Cup clashes and an interesting race for the EPL top four spots ahead of us.
While the stands are empty, the excitement is still palpable, with everyone glued to their screens at home as some fascinating league campaigns reach their conclusion.
Arsenal vs Manchester City – FA Cup
Saturday, 18 July, kick-off at 20:45 (CAT) | SS3 (SA) & SS5 (ROA)
The first FA Cup semi-final sees an inconsistent Arsenal take on a well-drilled Manchester City outfit. Since the Citizens' quarter-final win over Newcastle United, Pep Guardiola's men have scored 16 goals in five matches and registered four wins, while the Gunners have won three of their past five, with their latest defeat coming against arch-rivals, Tottenham Hotspur. However, their 2-1 victory over Premier League champions Liverpool on Wednesday will give them hope they can also upset City this weekend.
Manchester United vs Chelsea – FA Cup
Sunday, 19 July, kick-off 19:00 | SS3 (SA) & SS5 (ROA)
In the second FA Cup semi-final, a resurgent Manchester United are set to take on a stuttering Chelsea side. Despite needing a late Harry Maguire winner to send United into the last four at Norwich City in the previous round, the Red Devils have continued their impressive unbeaten run, which is now stands at 19 games after they beat Crystal Palace 2-0 on Thursday. Their semi-final opponents Chelsea will look to secure their place in the final despite their indifferent form since registering a hard-fought win over Leicester City in the previous round.
Roma vs Inter Milan
Sunday, 19 July, kick-off at 21:45 (CAT) | SS9
This high-profile clash in Rome could be an important opportunity for either team to boost their season, with Roma having fallen away in their challenge for a UEFA Champions League spot and Inter losing ground in the title race. Nothing has separated the sides in the recent past, with their past four encounters ending in draws.
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Liverpool vs Chelsea
Wednesday, 22 July, kick-off 21:15 (CAT) | SS3
While the fixture has painful memories for Liverpool as the scene of Steven Gerrard's infamous slip, the Reds can go into this meeting with Chelsea in a far more jovial mood as confirmed champions. The Blues have been in decent form since the season's resumption and are on the charge to secure a spot in the UEFA Champions League, which would be an impressive feat for Frank Lampard in his first season as manager of the club.
Juventus vs Lazio
Sunday, 26 July (TBC)
A blockbuster awaits us in Turin, in what could be a title decider between the defending champions and this season's impressive challengers. Lazio will be buoyed by their 3-1 victory over Juventus earlier in the season, which was the Bianconeri's first loss of the campaign. There could also be a memorable showdown up front between Cristiano Ronaldo and Ciro Immobile, with the latter currently in the lead in the battle for this season's Serie A Golden Boot.
Leicester City vs Manchester United
Sunday, 26 July, kick-off 17:00 (TBC)
The last matchday of the Premier League season sees a clash that could have huge ramifications in the hunt for the UEFA Champions League spots when the 2015/16 champions host the 13-time Premier League winners. Manchester United have been below Leicester for most of the season, but will be encouraged by their 11-game unbeaten run against the Foxes.