Manchester United and Brighton meet in the second FA Cup semi-final at Wembley. The winner plays Manchester City in the final on 3 June. United, who have already won the English League Cup this season, are looking to bounce back from their elimination from the Europa League in midweek.
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Brighton are a surprise package under Roberto De Zerbi, with the team in seventh place in the Premier League and aiming to appear in the FA Cup final for the first time since 1983.
The Premier League has two games, the highlight being Newcastle hosting Tottenham in a match between teams battling for Champions League qualification. Newcastle are in fourth, three points above fifth-placed Spurs. West Ham visited Bournemouth with both teams seeking to move further clear of the relegation zone.
Barcelona midfielders Pedri Gonzalez and Frankie de Jong have recovered from injury and are in the squad for their home game against third-placed Atletico Madrid.
Barcelona have a healthy eight-point lead over second-placed Real Madrid in the league but have been held to consecutive 0-0 draws. Pedri and De Jong, both first-choice players for Xavi Hernandez, have missed several matches due to injury.
Sevilla pounce on Villarreal after a 3-0 win that knocked Manchester United out of the Europa League.
Relegation-threatened Valencia will hope to end a run of 10 away games without a win at last-place Elche, while Getafe need to beat Mallorca to stay away from the drop zone.
Juventus can end a great week by beating runaway leader Napoli to move into second place. Juventus’ 15-point penalty was suspended on Thursday and it also reached the semi-finals of the Europa League.
The Bianconeri are two points behind second-placed Lazio, who were beaten by Torino on Saturday. Juventus have lost their last two league games, and were thrashed 5-1 at Naples in January.
AC Milan and Inter Milan have reached the semi-finals of the Champions League, where they will meet each other, and they will be looking to boost their chances of qualifying for next year’s competition, playing Lecce and Empoli respectively.
Relegation-threatened Cremonese visit Udinese and Fiorentina travel to Monza.
Third-placed Union Berlin, fourth-placed Leipzig and fifth-placed Freiburg played three games each.
Union goes to Borussia Moenchengladbach, Freiburg goes to host Schalke, and Leipzig travels to Bayer Leverkusen.
Marseille defends its proud record away from home when it travels to an improving Lyon side that has won its last three matches. Marseille’s only defeat so far was against Paris Saint-Germain on 16 October.
Coach Igor Tudor’s side will take second place and an automatic Champions League berth if it beats Lyon, who have been making a late push for a Europa League spot.
Rennes’ victory at Montpellier will take it above Lille and into fifth place on goal difference in the Europa League chase.
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