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Manchester Derby headlines This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

Manchester Derby headlines This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

With top domestic leagues around Europe coming to an end clubs gear up for their domestic league finals with dreams of glory and silverware.

After winning their second consecutive Premier League title, Pep Guardiola and his side will look to complete the league double at the weekend when the Manchester derby takes on Wembley Stadium in the FA Cup Final for this weekend’s headliner.

With the Citizens en route for the league double and set to play in the UEFA Champions League Final next week the possibility of a treble is on the on horizon for the Sky Blue.

However, before dreams become reality Pep Guardiola and his men face a massive test in their cross city rivals Manchester United. The Red Devils will look to collect their second domestic trophy of the season after winning the Carabo Cup.

In Germany, all eyes turn to Berlin when RB Leipzig and Eintracht Frankfurt go head-to-head in the DFB-Pokal Final.

RB Leipzig was lead by French international Christopher Nkunku who collected sixteen goals and four assist in only 25 appearances in the Bundesliga this season. The 25 year-old will look to continue his goal scoring form and end his tenure with RB Leipzig in trophy lifting fashion before joining English giants Chelsea.

In America, Los Angeles FC return home for their second-leg tie with Leon. After falling to Leon 2-1 in Mexico at the week The Black and Gold face an uphill battle in their second-leg tie.

Despite going down 2-0 before half-time a 96 minute goal from Denis Bouanga gives LAFC and it’s home crowd just enough hope for another trophy in just six months.

The Women’s UEFA Champions League resumes in the Netherlands with Barcelona and VfL Wolfsburg taking center stage in the final match. Both clubs are familiar with the UCL Final and come into the match in great form.

Barcelona saw themselves in the final just last year, where they fell to French giants Lyon. Despite last years loss, Barcelona will attempt to lift their second Champions League trophy in three years.

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Here is a look at This Week’s Top 5 Matches to Watch, as well as a full rundown of This Week’s Soccer on TV and Online:

This Week’s Top 5 Matches to Watch

1. Manchester City vs. Manchester United – All eyes turn to Wembley Stadium for the FA Cup Final Saturday morning.

2. RB Leipzig vs. Eintracht Frankfurt – In Germany, RB Leipzig and Eintracht Frankfurt go head-to-head in the German DFB-Pokal Final. Leipzig won the German tournament last season and will look to ride their current form to another trophy.

3. Los Angeles vs. Leon – After suffering a 2-1 defeat in the first leg, LAFC return home for its second leg match with Liga MX side Leon. A late goal from Denis Bouanga gives the Black and Gold just enough hope for a trophy.

4. Seattle Sounders vs. Portland Timbers – The Portland Timbers travel to Lumen Field to take on their most fierce rivals in the Seattle Sounders. Both sides are in desperate need of a win following poor form in recent weeks.

5. Barcelona vs. VfL Wolfsburg – Barcelona and VfL Wolfsburg travel to Phillips Stadion for their UEFA Women’s Champions League Final. Barcelona will look for their second UCL title after suffering a 3-1 to Lyon loss in last years final.

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