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Barca and Inter look to clinch
May 13th, 2010 7:55PM

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[EUROPEAN RACES] Barcelona and Inter Milan head into the final weekend of play with the edge in their respective league races.

Barca will clinch with a win at home against Valladolid, while Inter must win at relegated Siena away to assure itself of its fifth straight Italian title.

(Second-place Roma, which is two points behind and is at Chievo Verona, has the edge in the Italian tiebreaker (head-to-head play).

For a look at the major European races and television viewing information ... 

FRANCE, Ligue 1
76 *Marseille (
Saturday: vs. Grenoble)
70 Lille (Saturday: at Lorient)
68 Auxerre (
Saturday: at Sochaux)
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69 (-1 game) Lyon (Wednesday, vs. Monaco, 3-0; Saturday: vs. Le Mans)
66 Montpellier (Saturday: at Paris SG)
*clinched title.
(games remaining: 1)

ITALY, Serie A
79 Inter Milan (Sunday: at Siena, Fox Soccer Channel, 9 am ET)
77 Roma (Sunday: at Chievo Verona, Fox Soccer Channel, delay, 11 am ET)
67 AC Milan (Sunday: vs. Juventus, Fox Soccer Channel, delay 8 pm ET)
64 Sampdoria (Sunday: vs. Napoli)
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62 Palermo (Sunday: vs. Atalanta)
(games remaining: 1)

SPAIN, La Liga
96 Barcelona (Sunday: vs. Valladolid, ESPN2, 1 pm ET)
95 Real Madrid (Sunday: at Malaga, Gol TV, 1 pm ET)
68 Valencia (Sunday: vs. Tenerife)
59 Real Mallorca (Saturday: vs. Espanyol, Gol TV, 4 pm ET)
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57 Sevilla (Saturday: at Almeria)
(games remaining: 1)



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