Kenny Dalglish’s Liverpool will be keen to put their disappointing Premier League form to one side when they take on Chelsea at Wembley looking to make it a cup double this season. The Reds were victorious in February’s Carling Cup final, when they needed extra-time and penalties to beat Cardiff City. Meanwhile, Chelsea’s dramatic turnaround under Roberto Di Matteo has been nothing short of sensational. The Italian coach has led the Blues into the Champions League semi-finals and to 10 victories in his first 14 games since succeeding André Villas-Boas at the Stamford Bridge helm. The Londoners booked their place in the FA Cup final with a dramatic 5-1 thrashing of Tottenham, while Liverpool battled back from a goal down to beat Merseyside rivals Everton at Wembley. With the FA Cup showpiece set to be a thriller, why not book your seat at the FA Cup final at Wembley today?
The Premier League title race was blown wide open on Sunday, as United were dramatically pegged back and held to a 4-4 draw by Everton at Old Trafford, and Manchester City beat Wolves 2-0 to close the gap on their fierce rivals to three points ahead of next Monday’s all-important Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium. United’s last home game of this campaign is against Brendan Rodgers’ high-flying Swansea City, before Sir Alex Ferguson’s men travel to Sunderland on the final day of the season. Whilst the Manchester derby is likely to have a telling impact on the title race, United cannot afford any more slip-ups with three games to play. Why not book your place at United’s final home game of the season today?
Sandwiched in between testing trips to Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion, Arsenal’s last home game of the season has taken on added significance in the Gunners’ bid for a top-three finish. Arsène Wenger’s men looked set to all but cement their place in next season’s Champions League, but Wigan Athletic sprang a surprise at The Emirates, running out 2-1 winners, before Chelsea held their London rivals to a goalless draw. The importance of a top-three finish cannot be understated, as it provides a direct route into the group stage of Europe’s elite club competition. Should Chelsea knock out Barcelona and win the Champions League this season and finish outside the top four, the Blues would snatch the last spot in next season’s competition at the expense of whichever team finishes fourth. Book your seat at Arsenal’s last game at the Emirates this season now.
The climax to the European football’s season needs no introduction. With either Bayern Munich or Real Madrid set to take on holders Barcelona or Chelsea at Munich’s Allianz Arena, this term’s showdown will not disappoint. Tickets for the showpiece event are notoriously difficult to get hold of, but worldticketshop.com have plenty still available. Whichever teams make it to Munich, witnessing history unfolding on European football’s biggest stage is a unique opportunity, so book your place at the 2011-12 Champions League final in Munich today.
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