Another weekend is here again. But this one is quite different from the rest.
While some other club competitions have come and gone, this weekend will feature the grand finale of some of other club competitions. And you can as well benefit from these final games by putting your money where your mouth is.
Here’s a list of the final games that will be played this weekend.
FA Cup Final
After some giant slaying, surprise exits and shocking results, this season’s edition of one of the oldest football competitions in the world comes to a close this weekend.
Antonio Conte’s Chelsea will battle Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United in the final this Saturday.
It’s always a feisty affair when these two meet, and this game – with a trophy at stake – will be no different.
Although there have been 2 draws in their last 7 meetings, Chelsea (3 wins) have dominated the recent meetings between both sides.
Throughout the campaign, both sides scored 12 goals, with Chelsea conceding just 2 goals and Manchester United conceding just one.
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NBA Playoffs (Western and Eastern Conference Finals)
Things are heating up in the NBA post season, with four franchises featuring in their respective conference finals.
In the East, the Boston Celtics have taken a 2-0 lead in their best-of-seven series against Cleveland Cavaliers. The chances of Lebron James appearing in yet another NBA Playoffs final is still very much alive, although getting slimmer with each game that the Cavs lose.
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It’s tighter in the West than in the East. Houston Rockets evened things up in their best-of-seven series against Golden State Warriors after losing the first game.
The last two games between the two teams had over 220 points respectively.
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Final La Liga and Serie A games
The Premier League, French Ligue 1 and Bundesliga may be gone, but the La Liga and the Serie A have yet to come to an end.
Just like the last days of the Premier League, there’s not much to fight for. In La Liga, the top four spots have been settled and three teams have confirmed their relegation status.
In the Serie A, the situation is a bit different.
While the top four spots have almost been confirmed (Inter Milan can still finish in the top four if they defeat Lazio by at least a 7-goal margin), at the bottom of the log, five teams still face the possibility of getting relegated.
We’re counting down to the start of Roland Garros.
The Italian Open is well underway and will see action wrapped up this weekend in both the Men’s Singles category and the Women’s Singles category; both categories featuring tennis players ranked top 10 in the world.
Which of these finals are you looking forward to? Leave us a comment and share your thoughts with us.