Published: Fri, May 10, 2019
Culture | By Margie Dunn

A full English to enjoy as Premier League clubs take over Europe

A full English to enjoy as Premier League clubs take over Europe

Chelsea will be in the Champions League in 2019/20 no matter what, but the prospect of winning the Europa League for a second time in seven seasons is still an important objective.

The dramatic victories come after both Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspurs booked their places in this year's Champions League final in two come-from-behind wins this week.

There seems to be a theme around the end of the major European soccer competitions.

Sarri's Chelsea will face London rivals Arsenal in Baku on May 29, not before Sunday's Premier League finale against Leicester City and a May 15 friendly against MLS side New England Revolution in MA.

The English side travels to Spain with a 3-1 first leg lead, but a 2-0 win in Mestalla would be enough to see Valencia through.

Arsenal and Chelsea booked their places in the Europa League final on Thursday night following the thrilling progress of Liverpool and Tottenham into the Champions League showpiece.

The two sides will now meet in the Europa League final on Wednesday May 29 at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan.

He played a big role for the Magpies who were able to retain their Premier League status with four league games to go.

The home side's lead lasted just six minutes later when Arsenal's strikers Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang combined for the latter to fire home from 18 meters.

Here is how the Blues could lineup against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League Semifinals. "We're so proud of him because he's scored three goals in a semi-final. The players did all they could and we can be proud of the whole club".

"We're going to the final, so we have to use this opportunity to win and go to the Champions League".

"Big players can be good strikers but when their commitment is like today, defensively also, to work to help us, it is incredible".

"I try not to look back, because I want to live in the present and make sure the present finishes as well as possible", he said, via the Mail. Unfortunately we have to go to the play a match.

Eintracht welcome back Ante Rebic to their team after he missed the first leg, a 1-1 draw in Frankfurt, due to suspension.

"Each match is different and I think today we showed everybody our character, and also our capacity to be together and struggle in some moments defensively, but also having good moments in attack".

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