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Chelsea and Everton will play their last match for the season in Premier League this coming May 19, 23:00(GMT+8) at the Stamford Bridge. This will also be the last appearance of manager David Moyes for Everton as he will be replacing Sir Alex Ferguson in Manchester United upcoming 13/14 season. Watch out for the midfielder Fellaini as he leads Everton together with Jelavic and Anichebe. For The Blues, can they make a powerful closing statement?
On May 19 at 23:00(GMT+8), W.B.A. will face Manchester United and the fact that this will be Sir Alex Ferguson's last match in his managerial career, added more fuel for his players to end his career gloriously. It may also be a challenge for W.B.A., but their fans still cling on to Steve Clarke's words when he said “Everyone will see a different team against United”. Can Steve Clarke follow through on his statement?
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West Ham United looks forward to securing their final 3 points in the Premier League this season as they open Boleyn Ground to the relegation-threatened Reading FC. The Hammers were defeated 1-0 by The Royals back in December last year. Will Sam Allardyce's lads able to regain what the Royals have taken from them, or will they suffer another defeat at the hands of Nigel Adkins' men? Kick-off on May 19 at 23:00(GMT+8).
For the first time in the history of the Champions League, two German squads will battle for the coveted title. This May 26 at 02:45(GMT+8), Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munchen and Borussia Dortmund will take the stage at Wembley to see through which side is the king on this continent. Their last league clash ended with a 1-1 draw, building up the tension to this much awaited conflict. Who will be proclaimed champions?
It's been twelve years since Hibernian FC and Celtic FC last battled for the Scotland Cup title. This May 26 at 22:00(GMT+8), the two clubs will collides once again for the same contested silverware. Back in their 2001 cup final, the Celts knocked out the Hibs 3-0, and in their last Premier League clash this season, Martin O'Neill's lads yielded the same convincing result. Can Hibernian topple down the towering Celtic and take home the title?