There’s some fantastic Soccer taking place this week with some high profile international friendlies and fixtures from the Confederations Cup to look forward to.
The curtain falls on the 2016/17 season on Sunday with important games at both ends of the table. Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal side welcome Everton to the Emirates, Chelsea are back in action as they meet Sunderland, Hull take on Tottenham, while Liverpool and Man Utd entertain Middlesbrough and Crystal Palace respectively.
All eyes will be on the Stade de France on Tuesday as Gareth Southgate’s England side take on Didier Deschamps’ Les Bleus. The Three Lions ran out 2-0 winners when the sides last met and will be looking to upset the home crowd in Saint-Denis.
Attention turns to the Confederations Cup on Saturday as hosts Russia welcome New Zealand to St. Petersburg. On Sunday, European champions Portugal clash with Mexico before Cameroon face Chile to wrap up the weekend’s games.
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