Borussia Dortmund are in top form and had an easy win last weekend. Away form was patchy earlier in the season but had been improved before the Bundesliga was suspended. With league leaders Bayern Munich likely to beat Eintracht Frankfurt, Dortmund can't afford to drop points at Wolfsburg. The home side are battling to get into the Europa League but haven't got the best of home form, go for an away victory here.
Mainz are likely to get on the scoresheet versus a Dortmund side who have kept just one clean sheet away from home this season in the Bundesliga. Dortmund have also scored at least two goals in two of their last three Bundesliga games. They are also likely to score versus a Mainz side who haven't kept a single clean sheet this season.
In the second German Bundesliga, it remains to play only 4 rounds and each match takes on special significance. Darmstadt receives Vechen on his field, if everything is very clear for the guests, if they don’t start scoring points right now, then they will have a flight. And given their recent results, the chances of this are extremely high. As for the hosts, they still have a theoretical option to try to cling to butt games, there are not many chances for this, but it's worth a try. Therefore, I think that Darmstadt should win today, but I really must score on my field
Posted at 90'+3' Attempt missed. Beñat Etxebarria (Athletic Club) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left. Assisted by Mikel Vesga. Posted at 90'+1' Foul by Nacho (Real Madrid). Posted at 90'+1' Asier Villalibre (Athletic Club) wins a free kick in the attacking half. Posted at 89' Corner, Real Madrid. Conceded by Dani García. Posted at 89' Daniel Carvajal (Real Madrid) wins a free kick on the right wing.
Wolves have lost just once in 14 outings since the second week of September. The Portuguese outfit have the technical quality in attack to cause Wolves headaches. Wolves went on to score in every single game they played since losing to Braga two months ago. Wolves need just one point from their remaining two Group K fixtures to qualify for the knock-out stage of the Europa League, and are presented with their first chance to secure that point on Thursday in a tricky-looking assignment at table-topping Sporting Braga.
What they have done is advance money we would get in next three months - we are getting that today - so that will get us through this payroll. As well as the EFL, the National League may need up to £20m of support to help survive the impact of the outbreak, according to Dagenham managing director Steve Thompson. Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk challenges Sergio Aguero of Manchester CityEarlier this week former Premier League manager Brian Laws said Premier League players could help lower league sides by donating a month’s wages.
The only negative for Manchester City on Wednesday was the loss of Aymeric Laporte to injury. The defender was playing in only his fourth match since recovering from a serious knee problem but limped off midway through the first half. He's had four or five months out and it's a problem when you come back,\" Guardiola said. He came back in this demanding game and we wanted him to be fit to the end. With John [Stones], Nico [Otamendi], Eric [Garcia], Fernandinho, we can get through.
Footballers \"have to give back\" to supporters in times of crisis such as the coronavirus pandemic, says Crystal Palace's Andros Townsend. The winger, 28, is among the Premier League players involved in the #FootballUnited campaign that launched on Wednesday. Players are urging people to donate to the initiative, which is aimed at supporting the elderly and vulnerable. Townsend said it is \"our role\" to assist in the community.
The Professional Footballers’ Association will also be present, and the league hopes for a huge pay cut in order to secure the financial viability of teams now that football is unlikely to start until the summer at the earliest, the Telegraph claims. Paper Round’s view: Clubs need to drive through pay cuts because it is not going to be easy to furlough players without testing both their loyalty and their contracts.
And they were eventually punished when Diop was caught slightly out of position to bring down Origi. From that moment it seemed unlikely that 56-year-old Moyes would avoid a 17th top-flight defeat to the Reds - with the Scot having now won just three times in 28 attempts. Media playback is not supported on this device West Ham 0-2 Liverpool: We didn't take our chances - Moyes Despite Moyes' generally concerned demeanour, there were bright spots for West Ham, who recently posted financial losses of £27.
In the past 3 matches, except for the draw with good luck against Austria Wien (St. Polten was 1-0 down until 74 minutes), St. Polten lost to the Trenkwalder Admira uniform (0-2) and Rheindorf Altach (0-3). As a result, St. Polten continued to stay in the last position on the chart (the same 12 points as Trenkwalder Admira but poor in sub-index).
The Cottagers may be favourites here, but they have struggled against the top teams. They’ve failed to win against any of the top nine in the Championship, with Saturday bringing a 2-1 home defeat to Bristol City. When you combine that return with a Preston side who were a minute shy of an unbeaten home record this term, we struggle to see why Fulham are so strongly fancied. We see Preston avoiding defeat here, with the division’s strongest home side well priced to not lose this week.
He will be down, and when an error costs the team points we have to lift him. He's done a really good job since he joined this football club and we have to respect that,\" he added. Arteta was evasive when asked whether he felt Chelsea midfielder Jorginho should have been given a second yellow card for bringing down Arsenal's Matteo Guendouzi.
There were also two red cards in the first half hour and both sides hit the woodwork twice in the second half while Lazio had two goals disallowed in a remarkable game. Insigne gave Napoli, who had lost their last three Serie A games, a much-needed boost when he collected the ball on the left, skipped past his marker and side-footed a low shot past Thomas Strakosha and into the far corner after two minutes.
But he admitted that \"a small number\" of countries, including Belgium, were now considering cancelling their campaigns. What should happen to the Premier League season?What is the state of play in Europe's major leagues?Football is suspended indefinitely across most of Europe because of the continued spread of Covid-19. Premier League clubs are scheduled to meet on Friday to discuss the situation, but there is unlikely to be a resumption any time soon to a top-flight season that still has nine rounds of fixtures to play.
With the poor quality of the squad, he will probably be able to hold down a first-team place as he looks to break into the England squad, which could be as soon as Euro 2020 following injuries to Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford. Read the full story How Ronaldo returned to Real Spanish newspaper Marca recounts how Cristiano Ronaldo was able to return to Real Madrid to watch their 2-0 victory over Barcelona at the start of the week.
Paris St-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe suffered a \"serious right ankle sprain\" in his side's French Cup final victory over Saint-Etienne on Friday. Mbappe, 21, left the pitch in tears after being fouled by Saint-Etienne defender Loic Perrin in the first half. PSG say the injury will be re-evaluated in 72 hours by a doctor. They face Lyon in the French League Cup final on 31 July and then Italian side Atalanta in the Champions League quarter-finals on 12 August.
He has been absolutely brilliant in the two games back. The point consolidated Leicester's hold on third place in the table, nine points clear of Manchester United in fifth, while Brighton moved six points away from the relegation zone. Follow live - Spurs v West HamOne to forgetThere have been question marks over the entertainment factor in some top-flight games since the restart and this fixture will not live long in the memory.
Billy is a very determined young lad, very smart. He'll understand it was a good game for him, but the hard work starts now. Lampard confirmed forward Callum Hudson-Odoi is likely to face an extended spell on the sidelines after suffering a another setback, re-injuring his hamstring on his return to training.
Southgate was expecting to meet up with his squad this weekend to prepare for internationals against Italy and Denmark at Wembley, key fixtures in preparation for Euro 2020. Instead, like everyone else in the country, his priorities have shifted to getting through the crisis which has so far killed 144 people in the UK and infected more than 3,000.