Manchester United
4:30 PM UTC
Game Details
Tottenham Hotspur
Stoke City
LIVE 57'
Game Details
Atletico Madrid
3:15 PM UTC
Game Details
Real Madrid
7:45 PM UTC
Game Details
Schalke 04
TSG Hoffenheim
4:30 PM UTC
Game Details
AC Milan
LIVE 44'
Game Details
AS Roma
7:45 PM UTC
Game Details
Paris Saint-Germain
8:00 PM UTC
Game Details

Transfer Rater: Calhanoglu to Chelsea

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man United meet Southampton in EFL final, Leicester need win vs. Liverpool

Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner predict the Premier League fixtures in week 26.
The Boys from Exploding Heads are here to assure you that the League Cup final is definitely not pointless.

Could the unthinkable happen? Could Leicester really go down? It's a huge game for the Foxes on Monday night as Liverpool come to the King Power and now they don't have a manager! The hosts are in real trouble, without a goal or a Premier League point so far in 2017 they sacked Claudio Ranieri and need to start firing on the pitch.

Elsewhere, the first silverware of the season is up for grabs in the EFL Cup final between Manchester United and Southampton.

Have your say on that and all the rest of...

 By Jamie Smith

Joey Barton must redeem himself against Hull after FA Cup meltdown

Joey Barton of Burnley reacts
Joey Barton has been doing well since returning to Burnley from Rangers.

Joey Barton's meltdown during Burnley's shock FA Cup exit to non-league side Lincoln City was embarrassing and the veteran midfielder has an immediate chance to put things right.

The Clarets head to Hull City on Saturday for the first of four successive away games in the Premier League -- they will not return to Turf Moor until April -- and all eyes will be on Barton.

After being dominated in the air by Lincoln's sturdy Matt Rhead during the 1-0 defeat, Barton resorted to trying to get the forward...

Heroes & Villains: Lincoln revive magic of the FA Cup, shame on Leicester

Has the FA Cup lost its magic? Shaka Hislop certainly feels that could be the case with how it's played out this season.
Nonleague Lincoln fully deserve their place in history after reaching the quarterfinals.

Another wild weekend in the FA Cup shows that English football's oldest cup competition is doing just fine. Iain Macintosh looks back at the best and worst performances.


They are the first nonleague team to reach the FA Cup sixth round since 1914, and they might just be responsible for the greatest shock in the history of the competition. On Saturday afternoon, Lincoln City of the National League went to the home of Premier League Burnley and beat them with a dramatic goal in the dying...

 By Jamie Smith

Barton loses his head as Burnley are booted by non-league Lincoln

Has the FA Cup lost its magic? Shaka Hislop certainly feels that could be the case with how it's played out this season.

Burnley suffered their second embarrassing cup exit of the season, missing a golden chance to reach the FA Cup quarterfinals after being deservedly dumped out 1-0 by non-league Lincoln City.

It was a dire game with neither side possessing much quality and the rugged Imps scored from their only chance of the second half, with the Clarets similarly lacking incision in the final third.

With a cluster of rotten individual performances, Burnley did not seem up for the physical battle waged by Lincoln...

 By Chris Wright

Burnley fan branded a hero after saving young supporter

A young boy look set to take a hit to the face from a wayward Ashley Barnes effort, until someone stepped in to save him.

As if to mirror his team's impressive performance in Sunday's 1-1 draw with Chelsea, one Burnley fan has been branded a hero after preventing a young supporter from getting smacked in the face.

After Ashley Barnes let fly with a wayward shot, the quick-thinking Clarets fan realised the ball was heading directly at the baby being held by...

 By Jamie Smith

Joey Barton and Michael Keane help Burnley to draw against Chelsea

Sean Dyche praises Antonio Conte's work at Chelsea and shrugs off his remarks about Burnley's advantage at Turf Moor.

Burnley held likely Premier League champions Chelsea to a 1-1 draw at Turf Moor on Sunday, collecting a deserved point to edge further away from the relegation zone after Robbie Brady's pearl of a free kick cancelled out Pedro's early opener.

The Clarets defended superbly in the second half to restrict the Blues to potshots and with 30 points already on the board, Sean Dyche's side are close to sealing Premier League survival for the first time.


Chelsea have been so rampant this season...