Here’s what to watch for over the next seven days as Aston Villa attempts to reach a European final, while the Premier League’s last Matchweek features a potential title-deciding match between Manchester United and Arsenal.

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Unai Emery, Villa’s head coach, will announce team to the media ahead of his side’s attempt to overcome a 4-2 deficit in their UEFA Europa Conference League semi-final second leg against Olympiacos.

Villa captain John McGinn admits their team faces a “mountain to climb” to overcome their first-leg loss to Olympiacos. They travel to Greece hoping to reach their first European final since 1982.

Back on home turf, numerous managers will hold press conferences ahead of their weekend Premier League games.


The award winners for April Player of the Month, Manager of the Month, Goal of the Month, Save of the Month, and Premier League 2 Player of the Month will be announced.

The remaining Premier League managers will hold pre-match press conferences to provide updates on the weekend’s matchups.


The Fantasy Premier League deadline for Double Gameweek 37 is 11:00 BST.

It’s a big day at both ends of the table, beginning with Manchester City, who will look to overtake Arsenal at the top with a win at Fulham in the first of eight Premier League games. The match at Craven Cottage begins at 12:30 BST.

There are six 15:00 BST kickoffs, including Burnley’s trip to Tottenham Hotspur and Luton Town’s visit to West Ham United. Anything less than a victory for the two relegation-threatened clubs would seal Burnley’s fate and put Luton on the verge of returning to the Championship.

Nottingham Forest host Chelsea in the day’s last match at 17:30 BST. A win for Forest, combined with defeats for Burnley and Luton, would move Nuno Espirito Santo’s team six points clear of the relegation zone with one game remaining.


On Sunday, Matchweek 37 will feature a high-profile match between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford. Mikel Arteta’s Gunners will be hoping for their fifth consecutive win to extend the Premier League title fight to the final day of the season.
Villa are back in Premier League action on Monday night, hosting Liverpool. If the hosts win, they will finish fourth and qualify for the UEFA Champions League next season.
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