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There’s a great long weekend of football to look forward to with bet365 live streaming! German giants Borussia Dortmund host relegation contenders Ingolstadt in a must win game that should see them gain a further 3 points on 2nd placed RB Leipzig who are set for a tricky away day at Werder Bremen on Saturday. Bayern are now 16 points clear of Dortmund at the top of the Bundesliga, so whilst the league looks all but over – Dortmund must keep the pressure on!
La Liga continues to entertain and we have leaders Real Madrid facing an away day at Athletic Bilbao as they look to capitalise on their earlier kick off to potentially go 5 points clear of Barca with a further game in hand. Los Blancos captain Sergio Ramos delivered yet another vital winner in Real’s win over Betis last week and his goal scoring record for such essential winners is incredible! Since his injury-time equaliser against Atletico in the 2014 Champions League final which led to Los Blancos go on to win 4-1 in extra time, Ramos has notched 22 goals, with 19 of them hitting the back of the net when Real were either drawing or losing – phenomenal and certainly helping his side surge to their 33rd La Liga title.
Also from La Liga, we have current and respective 3rd and 4th placed Sevilla and Atletico Madrid lock horns in what could be another defining moment this season for those European positions. Sevilla were knocked out of the Champions League last night by the Premier League’s title holders Leicester, so they’ll be looking to avoid any further disappointment whilst on their travels. Atletico have won their last 2 but do host Bayer Leverkusen tonight at home, and they’ll be looking to wrap all 6 points to reinforce their campaign. Barca will be keeping a close eye on the results here before they take on Valencia but they’ll be desperate to improve on their 2-1 loss to Deportivo last week, which will have been hard to take following that incredible 6-5 qualification over PSG in the Champions League.
We’ll also look forward to a fierce battle between the English Championship’s midlands’ rivals Nottingham Forest and Derby County, along with top flight fixtures from wider European leagues.
Some key highlights are outlined below:
|23:30||Basketball||NBA||NO Pelicans @ MIA Heat|
|16/03/2017||19:00||Darts||Premier League Darts||Betway Premier League Darts – Rotterdam|
|17/03/2017||19:30||Soccer||GER German Bundesliga||Borussia Dortmund (DEU) v FC Ingolstadt 04 (DEU)|
|17/03/2017||19:45||Soccer||Ligue 1 (France)||Lille v Olympique Marseille|
|18/03/2017||13:00||Soccer||Championship (England)||Nottingham Forest v Derby County|
|18/03/2017||15:15||Soccer||Primera División (Spain)||Athletic Club v Real Madrid|
|18/03/2017||18:00||Soccer||MLS||New York City FC v Montreal Impact|
|19/03/2017||14:00||Soccer||Italian Serie A||Sampdoria v Juventus|
|19/03/2017||15:15||Soccer||Primera División (Spain)||Atlético Madrid v Sevilla|
|19/03/2017||19:45||Soccer||Primera División (Spain)||Barcelona v Valencia|
|19/03/2017||19:45||Soccer||Italian Serie A||AS Roma v Sassuolo|
|19/03/2017||20:00||Soccer||Ligue 1 (France)|
PSG v Olympique Lyonnais