Chelsea vs Burnley live

Burnley vs Chelsea live stream: Watch Premier League online

Chelsea turned their recent poor run of form around with a captivating come-from-behind victory against Southampton on Saturday. The Blues haven’t been good recently, and with the rumors always circling the club and manager, their form only became worse. The Blues are still able to find their way into the top four, as they sit only seven points behind Tottenham. It’s unlikely, but not impossible.

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A win against Burnley would be huge for Chelsea in their effort to earn Champions League qualification for next season. Chelsea need more from Alvaro Morata, who has been rather poor in the second half of the season. If he can find his form, and Eden Hazard continues to play like he can, the Blues can surely end the season on a winning run.


Burnley have been one of the best surprises of this season. Originally thought to be a relegation candidate after losing some key players, the Clarets sit in seventh place, only two points behind Arsenal in sixth. Being on the brink of earning Europa League qualification is huge for a club like Burnley. They have been terrific at home this season and will look to continue that trend against Chelsea in this fascinating midweek clash.

The Premier League match between Burnley and Chelsea will be broadcast live on NBC. Live streaming is available on NBC Sports, which you can access with your cable or satellite subscriptions, either online or through the NBC Sports app.

Date: Thursday, April 19
Start time: 2:45 p.m. ET
Location: Burnley, England
Stadium: Turf Moor
TV Info: NBC
Live Stream: NBC Sports, Fubo.TV

Leicester City vs Southampton

Premier League Preview: Leicester City vs. Southampton

Southampton is running out of time to save its Premier League status, and makes up its match-in-hand on several clubs with a visit to Leicester City at King Power Stadium on Wednesday (Watch live at 2:45 p.m. ET, online via NBC Sports Gold).


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Saints are five points back of 17th place Swansea City, though the Welsh side has also played 33 matches. They are six points behind Crystal Palace and seven back of Huddersfield Town and West Ham United.

Leicester is eighth after losing to Burnley, its Europa League hopes dashed with Everton and Newcastle nipping at their heels.

What they’re saying

Leicester City’s Claude Puel on finishing strong: “The right way, it is important to keep this momentum until the end and we will see when the players start in the game. [They must] give their best and maintain a good level in the team. We keep a serious ambition and we need to secure our place in the top half of the table. A lot of teams are close behind us so we need to continue.”

Saints’ Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg on life in the relegation fight: “The next few weeks is life-changing. Wherever our paths go, and wherever all our ways go, whether it’s short-term or long-term, this will all change our lives, this will all change our way of looking on football. I promise you, I promise to the fans, and I promise to the people standing outside, there is not one single person inside here who wants to be in this situation. There is not one person who actually thinks ‘Oh, this may be good for me in a way.’ Everyone is suffering.


Claude Puel will be further motivated to get over on his old side, but Saints have a lot of firepower for what should be a wide-open game against sometimes-dicey back lines (often dicey in the case of Southampton). 2-2.

Manchester United vs Bournemouth Live

Manchester United vs Bournemouth live stream info, TV channel, time: How to watch Premier League on TV, stream online

There are just five matches remaining in the Premier League season for Manchester United, and they are looking to hold on to second place in the table with Liverpool hot on their heels. United takes on Bournemouth on Wednesday as it looks for three much-needed points on the road.

Here’s how you can watch the match, what’s on the line and our prediction:

How to watch

When: Wednesday at 2:45 p.m. ET
Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Follow: CBS Sports App

What’s at stake?

For United (second place; 71 points), they need a win here. They have a game in hand over Liverpool and can go four clear with a victory. Anything short of a win will put the pressure on Jose Mourinho’s squad. As for Bournemouth (11th place; 38 points), another victory and they are probably safe from relegation. But in this one, they’ll probably be happy with a draw.


Manchester United slips up again, failing to get a victory on a late Bournemouth equalizer. Bournemouth 1, United 1. 

Real Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao Live

Real Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao 2018 live stream: Time, TV channels and how to watch La Liga online


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Date: 4/18/2018

Time: 21:30 CET, 03:30 EST, 12:30pm Pacific.

Venue: Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain.

Available TV: BeIN Sports (USA), BeIN La Liga (Spain).

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Real Madrid host Athletic Bilbao and it will be hard for Los Blancos not to think about the game they’ll be playing in just seven days when they visit Bayern Munich in the Champions League Semifinals.

Zidane’s men have nothing to play for in La Liga after their poor first half of the season. That means that Zidane will be able to manage his squad and prepare each and every player for the match against Bayern. Still, it seems that the French coach will play most of his starters against Bilbao, perhaps to gain some confidence and find who will be able to contribute the most in just a week.

This match will present an interesting storyline with goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, who was rumored to be on his way to Real Madrid until Zidane decided that he did not want to sign anyone during the winter transfer window. Kepa ended up signing a contract extension and will surely be willing to show Madrid the kind of keeper they refused to sign.

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When: Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.

Real Madrid’s most important match of the season comes against Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-final and there are several first-team players who are battling for their involvement in that tie, one such being Gareth Bale, who has one last chance to secure his spot.

The Welsh international played just 36 minutes against Paris-Saint Germain in the first knockout round and this was followed by only 45 minutes in the quarter-final against Juventus.

Despite Zinedine Zidane being a huge admirer of Bale’s abilities, he hasn’t been able to force his way into the team for the big matches of late and this is a huge concern for the club moving forward.

There are a multitude of options for the French coach in Bale’s position, and he’s tended to prefer Lucas Vazquez or Marco Asensio, even Isco has returned to favour since the international break.

At the moment, Bale’s only function is to play in LaLiga matches when the starters are handed a rest between continental fixtures, this is hardly a role befitting a 90 million euro player.

Los Blancos hoped that Bale would be able to work in tandem with Cristiano Ronaldo as well as eventually take his place and win the Ballon d’Or.

In 2018, this couldn’t seem like a more unrealistic possibility, the former Tottenham Hotspur forward’s career has stalled, although it’s hard to argue that his time in the Spanish capital hasn’t been incredibly successful.

Injuries have blighted the last two campaigns, so much so that it isn’t out of the realms of possibility that the current campaign proves to be his last at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.

The trio of Bale, Ronaldo and Karim Benzema has ceased to be untouchable for the coach, at one time he would trust the trio implicitly but now he can’t, the performances from Benzema and Bale haven’t been consistent enough and domestic results have dropped.

Bale didn’t play against Malaga, so he’s expected to start against Athletic Club on Wednesday evening, at least in accordance with how Zidane usually likes to rotate his players.

This stands as the 28-year-old’s final chance to impress and stake a claim for a place in the team which will take on the Bavarian giants on April 25.

There are no further matches in-between Wednesday’s clash and the European fixture, as such it’s likely that the whole starting line-up to face the Basque club will have Bayern Munich in mind.

Toni Kroos and Luka Modric will both likely be rested, Casemiro and Isco may also join them on the bench, although Ronaldo at this stage of the season needs to keep playing to remain in good form.

Whilst the LaLiga match doesn’t hold any real importance on a wider sense, the fact that the BBC trio will be reunited, Bale has a chance to put in a performance so impressive that he becomes a real option for Zidane at the Allianz Arena.

Isco was able to do it with his fine displays with the Spanish national team, and now the Welsh record goalscorer has to, it may well save his career in Madrid.