Today on LiveScore

Today on LiveScore – Get set for a bumper weekend of football, Leicester host Newcastle tonight as the Premier League weekend kicks off the in the East Midlands.

Matters could be decided at both ends of the table in the English top flight in the next few days, while there are massive games to come in both Spain and Italy.

Leicester vs Newcastle (8pm, TrueTalk Sports)

The Foxes welcome Steve Bruce’s side to the King Power Stadium knowing seven points from their final four games should guarantee Champions League football thanks to their superior goal difference.

But it will not be an easy task against Newcastle, who lost 2-0 to Arsenal last time out after back-to-back wins had all but secured their Premier League safety.

That upturn in form vindicated Bruce, who has been under pressure from the Toon faithful throughout the campaign.

We look at the changes the 60-year-old manager has made in recent weeks to ensure the Magpies are still a top-flight club next season.

Manchester City will be crowned champions with victory over Chelsea

Matters at both ends of the Premier League table can be confirmed this weekend.

Top of the bill on Saturday is the Champions League final dress rehearsal between Manchester City and Chelsea, which will see Pep Guardiola’s men crowned champions if they win.

Tottenham and Liverpool are also in action, against Leeds and Southampton respectively, as they bid to remain in touch with the top four.

It could be a miserable Sunday for West Brom, who will be relegated if they lose at Arsenal.

That crunch clash and Everton’s showdown with top-four chasing West Ham are the standout fixtures to keep an eye on that day.

European weekender

The biggest game in Europe this weekend undoubtedly comes at the Camp Nou, where LaLiga leaders Atletico Madrid visit Barcelona with a slender two-point lead over their hosts and city rivals Real Madrid.

With four games left this season, victory for Atleti would put them within touching distance of their first title since 2013-14.

But any other result would hand the initiative to Real ahead of their clash with Sevilla on Sunday.

In Germany, Bayern Munich could be crowned champions before they kick off against Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday evening.

If RB Leipzig avoid defeat against Borussia Dortmund earlier in the day, Bayern will only need to match their result to confirm a ninth consecutive title.

Inter Milan secured the Serie A title last week, meaning the focus in Italy is now on the battle for the top four.

Juventus host AC Milan in a crucial game, with the two sides locked on 69 points alongside Atalanta, while Napoli sit on fifth-placed 67.

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