Premier League tickets: Chelsea host Spurs, Arsenal welcome Villa

We bring you our weekly selection of the top sporting tickets around, including Chelsea's Premier League clash with Tottenham

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
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Roberto Di Matteo's Chelsea host Tottenham on Saturday Photo: The Sport Review

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The Premier League fixtures are coming thick and fast as the business end of the season approaches.

And there are a host of enticing top-flight clashes this weekend, all with tickets still available. Here are our top five sporting tickets for this week.

Chelsea v Tottenham – 24 March 2012 – Tickets from £124.57

This Premier League clash with Spurs at Stamford Bridge will be Chelsea’s second sizeable domestic test in four days following the Blues’ trip to Eastlands to face Manchester City in midweek. Roberto Di Matteo appears to have reversed the Londoners’ fortunes, having guided his side to four wins from his first four games in charge. Spurs, meanwhile, will be desperate improve their league form following three successive defeats as Harry Redknapp’s men bid to cement a top-four finish. With both sides favouring an attacking approach, this London derby is sure to provide plenty of thrills, and with tickets available from just £124.57, why not book your spot at Stamford Bridge today?
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Arsenal v Aston Villa – 24 March 2012 – Tickets from £100

Arsène Wenger’s Arsenal may have suffered premature and disappointing exits from the cup competitions – but the Gunners still deserve credit for being able to turn around a disastrous start to the campaign to leave them with a healthy chance of a top-four finish. True, their recent impressive form is largely thanks to the goalmouth exploits of one man – Robin van Persie – but the Londoners are deserving of their current position in the league. As the business end of the season approaches and the race for the top four hots up – this clash with Aston Villa at The Emirates is not to be missed.
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Liverpool v Wigan – 24 March 2012 – Tickets from £90

It’s fair to say that Kenny Dalglish’s Liverpool have struggled at Anfield in the league this season. The Reds have won just five games, drawing eight and losing one. Should the Merseysiders miss out on a top-four finish, their stuttering home form will surely be to blame. However, the Reds have found respite in the cup competitions this term, lifting the Carling Cup in February, and reaching the FA Cup semi-finals at the weekend. If Liverpool are to keep their hopes of a top-four finish alive, Saturday’s clash against Wigan at Anfield is simply a must-win. Tickets are available from just £90, so book your seat today.
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Rome Masters men’s tennis final – 20 May 2012 – Tickets from £123.82

World No1 Novak Djokovic and world No2 Rafael Nadal are both previous champions at the Rome Masters – an indication of the importance of this tournament in the build-up to the second Grand Slam of the year in Paris. Held at the Foro Italico in the Italian capital, this clay-court tournament is a key stop en-route to the French Open. Djokovic downed Nadal in straight sets in last year’s final, and with the top men looking to ensure they are at the top of their game ahead of Roland Garros, a ticket for the final is great value with prices starting at just £123.82.
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Euro 2012: France v England – 11 June 2012 – Tickets from £91.41

England’s run-up to this summer’s European championships has been less-than-ideal, following the John Terry saga and Fabio Capello’s shock resignation earlier in the year. With Harry Redknapp still the heavy favourite to take over as England boss ahead of Euro 2012, he, or whoever takes charge, will face a tough task in implementing his plans in such a short space of time. And England start at the deep end in Group D, with a clash against former European champions France Donetsk in Ukraine. The magnitude of this match needs no introduction – and tickets are available from just £91.41.
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