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This week on the live streaming from bet365, we start with the two midweek cup Semi-finals in Germany and France. In Germany the two giants of the game Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund meet in the Cup for the sixth successive season. Bayern Munich slightly edge their rivals from the previous ties, winning 3 of the 5. However, the last 2 Cup encounters have been decided on penalties, and both teams have been victorious once. This suggests a close game could be on the cards and bet365’s Bore Draw Money Back offer could therefore be perfect to promote here (Country restrictions apply). Over to France, and Unai Emery will be hoping to lead Paris Saint-Germain to defend their Coupe de France title and claim the cup for the 11th time. They hammered Monaco 4-1 to claim their 4th successive French League Cup in early April and the two sides meet again to decide who progresses to the Coupe de France Final in the 100th edition of the tournament.

After Lionel Messi’s last-second dramatic winning goal in Sunday’s El Clásico, Barcelona are now level on points with Real Madrid in the league table. This has opened up the title race again despite Madrid still having a game in hand. Real will travel to the Estadio Riazor for a game against Deportivo de La Coruña tonight before they return back to Santiago Bernabéu for a clash with Valencia on Saturday. Los Blancos’ Captain Sergio Ramos will be suspended for 1 game after seeing red in El Clásico. This, together with Pepe being sidelined and Raphaël Varane lacking fitness, leaves Zinedine Zidane short of options to form a solid backline as they chase both league and European titles. Meanwhile, Barca are away to Espanyol in the Catalan Derby, a game which is usually a feisty affair.

Finally this Sunday in the Italian Capital the Rome Derby takes place in the Stadio Olimpico. This is often seen as the fiercest derby in the country, and Roma have bossed it in recent 4 years, winning 6 and drawing 2 of the last 9 encounters with Lazio. Interestingly, their only defeat to Lazio in the last 4 years was exactly 8 weeks ago in the Coppa Italia Semi-final 1st leg,  which resulted in their elimination from the Cup and ended their hopes of lifting the Coppa Italia in their home stadium. They’ll be keen to exact revenge this weekend.

In addition to above, we also have coverage of NBA, NRL, Barcelona Open available on bet365’s Live Streaming console.

Some key highlights are outlined below:

DateTimeSportLeagueMatch Details
26/04/201719:45SoccerDFB PokalFC Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund
26/04/201720:05SoccerCoupe de France (France)PSG v Monaco
26/04/201720:30SoccerPrimera División (Spain)Deportivo La Coruña v Real Madrid
27/04/2017TBCTennisBarcelona OpenCentre Court
27/04/201719:30SoccerPrimera División (Spain)Sevilla v Celta de Vigo
27/04/201720:10BaseballMLBWAS Nationals @ COL Rockies
28/04/201710:50Rugby LeagueNRLCowboys v Eels
28/04/2017TBCTennisBarcelona OpenCentre Court
28/04/201719:45SoccerItalian Serie AAtalanta v Juventus
29/04/201700:00BasketballNBABOS Celtics @ CHI Bulls
29/04/2017TBCTennisBarcelona OpenCourt 1
29/04/201712:00SoccerScottish PremiershipRangers v Celtic
29/04/201715:15SoccerPrimera División (Spain)Real Madrid v Valencia
29/04/201719:45SoccerPrimera División (Spain)Espanyol v Barcelona
30/04/201700:00BasketballNBAMEM Grizzlies @ SA Spurs
30/04/201707:00Rugby LeagueNRLDragons v Storm
30/04/201711:30SoccerItalian Serie AAS Roma v Lazio
30/04/201718:05BaseballMLBBAL Orioles @ NY Yankees
30/04/201719:45SoccerItalian Serie AInter v Napoli