Live streaming highlights of the week: EuroLeague Final Four, Premier League Darts Semis and La Liga Title Race
There's no shortage of top class live streaming action to look forward to this week with the Euroleague Final Four, Premier League Darts semi-finals and La Liga title race just some of the upcoming events that grabbed our attention.
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EuroLeague Final Four
The 2017 EuroLeague Final Four takes place this weekend and boasts another stellar line up as Real Madrid, CSKA Moscow, Olympiacos and Fenerbahce prepare to compete for continental glory at Istanbul's Sinan Erdem Dome from May 19.
This year's semi-finals will pit defending champions CSKA Moscow against Olympiacos Piraeus in a re-match of their unforgettable 2012 championship game at the same venue, while Spanish giants Real Madrid tackle last season’s runners-up Fenerbahce Istanbul, who are aiming to become the first Turkish side to claim the prestigious title on home soil.
La Liga Title Race
The La Liga title race has once again gone down to the wire with both FC Barcelona and arch rivals Real Madrid battling for league glory. Real's 4-1 win at Celta Vigo on Wednesday night saw them move three points ahead of the Catalans and we are in for a thrilling finale on Sunday evening as the final round of league fixtures are concluded.
Real wrap up their campaign away to Malaga, who have held their own against the capital side in recent times, while Barca are at home to Basque minnows Eibar. Should Real lose at the weekend and Barca win, the Catalans would take the title due to their superior goal difference. A draw would be enough for Los Blancos to their first title since 2011-12.
Premier League Darts Semi-FinalsThe Premier League Darts roadshow hits The 02 Arena in London on Thursday evening where reigning champion Michael van Gerwen looks to maintain his unbeaten record in Premier League last four contests when he faces rival Gary Anderson.
The Dutchman has finished top of the table and gone on to reach the final in all four of his previous Premier League campaigns, and having secured top spot once again, he is now bidding to claim the crown for a third time.
Peter Wright will be out to destroy Phil Taylor's hopes of a superb seventh Premier League title in Thursday's other semi.
League One Promotion Play-Off Final
Bradford City and Millwall face off in the League One Promotion Play-Off final at Wembley on Sunday afternoon.
City have enjoyed a fine season under the tutelage of former player Stuart McCall. The Scottish coach has made his team a very difficult one to beat, as evidenced by the fact that they went the whole campaign undefeated at Valley Parade.
And after battling through to another home win in the first leg of their play-off semi-final against Fleetwood Town, the Bantams were able to hold onto their slender lead by earning a goalless draw in the second leg to set up this final with Millwall.
The Lions, meanwhile, came through an enthralling second leg to win 2-3 at Glanford Park against Scunthorpe to secure a second Wembley final in row. They were pipped to promotion by Barnsely last season so will be desperate to ensure that this time around they are the ones celebrating promotion on the hallowed turf.
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