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We have news available for all upcoming English Premier League and Champions League matches as well as limited coverage for French Ligue 1, German Bundesliga, Italy Serie A and Spanish La Liga.{ID}
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"data": [
"fixture_id": 16943186,
"introduction": "Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Manchester United kicks off at 16:00 (GMT+1) on Sunday, May 23 at the Molineux Stadium.",
"localteam": "Wolverhampton Wanderers lost to Everton on Wednesday the 19th of May at Goodison Park where they made their penultimate appearance of the season. With only one shot on target in the final 42 minutes, Wolves failed to find an equalizer to Richarlison’s goal (48’). The Brazilian had got on the end of Gylfi Sigurdsson’s cross minutes after the interval. Nuno’s men will be finishing outside the top-ten this season. After three defeats in five games: LDWLL (Premier League), Wolves remain in 12th place with 45 points from 12W, 9D & 16L. Over the last two seasons: 2018/19 & 2019/20, Wolves have finished inside the top-ten, 7th place on both occasions. However, they have failed to replicate last season’s form partly due to the loss of key personnel – most importantly, Raul Jimenez while the likes of Pedro Neto, Traore, and Daniel Podence have hit a rough patch of form. With 10 goals in total between the trio and a team goal ratio of only 0.95 goals per game, Wolves have struggled to pose any real threat to the opposition. Nuno Espirito Santo chose a 3—4—1—2 formation against Everton and will likely do so once again on Sunday. Rui Patricio was an unused substitute against the Toffees but could return to the starting lineup on Sunday.",
"visitorteam": "Manchester United were denied a win by relegated Fulham in their last home game of the season. The Red Devils were held to a 1-1 draw after Fulham’s Joe Bryan (76’) equalized with just over a quarter of an hour left to play. Bruno Fernandes' flick split Fulham’s defense and enabled Edinson Cavani (15’) to break away and chip the ball over goalkeeper Alphonse Areola from 40 yards. – A remarkable goal and contender for goal of the season from the man-of-the-match. The Uruguayan recently had his contract extended for a year (until June 22) after a stellar performance with the Red Devils. United are 2nd with 71 points after 20W, 11D & 6L. A goal ratio of 1.92 goals per game has seen them score 71 goals – the second highest in the league, behind Manchester City (78). With only one win in five games for the Red Devils: DWLLD (Premier League), they appear not to be in the best form ahead of the Europa League final against Villarreal on May 26. A 4—2—3—1 formation with Cavani in attack is expected to face Wolves on Sunday. Phil Jones and Anthony Martial are ruled out of this tie while Harry Maguire's availability remains in doubt.",
"type": "preview",
"created_at": "2021-05-21 14:12:15",
"updated_at": "2021-05-21 14:12:15"
"fixture_id": 16943185,
"introduction": "West Ham United vs. Southampton F.C. kicks off at 16:00 (GMT+1) on Sunday, May 23 at the London Stadium.",
"localteam": "West Ham defeated West Bromwich Albion, 3-1 in their penultimate fixture of the season on Wednesday, the 19th of May away from home. A goal from Tomas Soucek (45’) at the stroke of half-time coupled with goals from Angelo Obinze Ogbonna (82’) and Michail Antonio (88’) saw the Hammers outscore West Bromwich Albion whose only goal was scored by the Brazilian, Matheus Pareira (27’). The win leaves West Ham with a form that reads: LWLDW (Premier League) and in 6th place. Over the course of the season, West Ham have scored 59 goals (1.59 gpg) and conceded 47 - hence, they have a goal difference of +12 coupled with 62 points after 18W, 8D & 11L. David Moyes was hoping to play the UEFA Champions League with West Ham next season but it appears he would have to settle for the Europa League. On Sunday he would be looking for his 19th victory of the season with the Lions. His preferred 4—2—3—1 formation would be seen again on Sunday when he takes on Southampton. Michail Antonio who has 10 goals this season will likely be leading the attack once again. West Ham have no major injury worries ahead of this tie.",
"visitorteam": "Southampton remain in 14th place after 12W, 7D & 18L. On Tuesday, the 18th of May, they lost to Leeds United, 2-0 on home soil. The first half came to an end without any goal but Leeds’ top scorer, Patrick Bamford broke the deadlock in the 73rd minute for what would be his 16th goal of the season. The game would have finished at 1-0 but in the final moments, Tyler Roberts (90’+ET) found the back of the net for Leeds’ second goal – the final goal of the game. 2-0! It finished as the second defeat for Southampton in five games: DLWWL (Premier League). The Saints have scored 47 goals (1.27 gpg) over the course of the season and conceded 65. - Hence, have a G.D. of -18. Ralph Hasenhüttl’s Southampton could finish in 12th place if they win this tie and the other results go their way. However, they will be looking for at least a draw. A 4—4—2 formation with Danny Ings and Tella in attack is expected from Ralph Hasenhüttl when Southampton with 43 points make their final Premier League appearance of the season. William Smallbone, Oriol Romeu, and Ryan Bertrand are all ruled out of this tie. Martin Atkinson will officiate this tie while Craig Pawson will be the VAR. Peter Kirkup will be the assistant VAR for the game.",
"type": "preview",
"created_at": "2021-05-21 14:11:22",
"updated_at": "2021-05-21 14:11:22"
"fixture_id": 16943184,
"introduction": "Sheffield United vs. Burnley F.C. kicks off at 16:00 (GMT+1) on Sunday, May 23 at Bramall Lane.",
"localteam": "Relegated Sheffield United lost to Newcastle United on Wednesday the 19th of May when they visited Saint James’ Park. The game ended 1-0 but the score-line wasn’t a true reflection of the events in the game. Sheffield’s McGoldrick had a clear-cut chance to put the Blades ahead but pulled his shot wide – missing Newcastle’s goal by inches. Newcastle had their chance at the other end twenty minutes later, but goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale was called into action and produced a fantastic save to deny Jonjo Shelvey a goal. The Magpies eventually broke the deadlock after a fantastic header saw Joseph Willock (45’+ET) score his 6th successive goal in the Premier League. Aged 21, he became the youngest player to do so. 1-0! It finished as Sheffield United picked up their third defeat in five games: WLLWL (Premier League). The Blades would be joining Fulham and West Bromwich Albion in the Championship next season. They will remain in 20th place regardless of the result from this fixture. The Blades have scored only 19 goals (0.51 gpg) this season but conceded as many as 63. They have 20 points after 6W, 2D & 29L. Paul Heckingbottom will likely adopt a conventional 4—4—2 formation on Sunday in the final game of the season. The striking partnership between McGoldrick and Jebbison will likely be seen again. On availability, Jack O’Connell, Billy Sharp, Oliver Burke, and Oliver McBurnie are all ruled out while Ethan Ampadu remains doubtful.",
"visitorteam": "Burnley are 11 points above the bottom three in 17th place with 39 points after 10W, 9D & 18L. On Wednesday, they succumbed to another defeat, 3-0 in the hands of Liverpool. The Reds moved to 4th place on the league table after the win. Roberto Firmino (43’) had put Liverpool ahead two minutes before stoppage time in the first half before Nathaniel Phillips (52’) doubled the lead in the second. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (88’) dazzled Burnley’s defense and left three players in shock after he fired home for his first goal of the season. It was the 3rd Premier League defeat in five games: WLWLL for Burnley. The Clarets haven’t been impressive in front of goal – scoring only 33 goals (0.89 gpg) this season. Sean Dyche’s 4—4—2 formation will see the duo consisting of Vydra and Chris Wood working together up-front in search of goals for Burnley. Robbie Brady, Kevin Long and Ashley Barnes are all ruled out of this tie while Nick Pope remains doubtful. Kevin Friend will officiate this tie while Lee Mason will serve as VAR. Matthew Wilkes will be the assistant VAR.",
"type": "preview",
"created_at": "2021-05-21 14:10:47",
"updated_at": "2021-05-21 14:10:47"
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