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Chelsea and Bayern Munich in driver's seat
May 6th, 2010 12:36AM
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[EUROPEAN RACES] The English and German leagues end this week. Chelsea and Bayern Munich, respectively, are in the driver's seat. Barcelona and Inter Milan take narrow leads in the penultimate days of play in Spain and Italy, respectively. For a look at the major European races and the weekend action, including television viewing information ...

ENGLAND 
83 Chelsea (Sunday: vs. Wigan, TV: Fox Sports Net, Fox Soccer Channel, 11 am ET)
82 Man. United (Sunday: vs. Stoke City, TV: Fox Soccer Plus, 11 am ET)
72 Arsenal (Monday: at Blackburn, 1-2; Sunday: vs. Fulham, Fox Soccer Plus, delay, 1 pm ET)
70 Tottenham (Wednesday: at Man. City, 1-0; Sunday: at Burnley, TV; Fox Soccer Channel, delay, 1 pm ET)
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 (games remaining: 1)

FRANCE
76 *Marseille (
Wednesday, Rennes, 3-1; Saturday: at Lille)
67
Auxerre (Wednesday, vs. Lyon, 1-2
Saturday: vs. Lens)
67 Lille (Wednesday, at Toulouse, 2-0; Saturday, vs. Marseille)
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65 (-1 game) Lyon (Wednesday, at Auxerre, 2-1; Saturday: at Valenciennes)
63 Montpellier (Wednesday, vs. Sochaux, 1-0 Saturday: vs. Lorient)
61 Bordeaux (Wednesday, vs. Nice, 1-1
Saturday: vs. Grenoble)
*clinched title.
(games remaining: 2)

GERMANY
67 Bayern Munich (Saturday: at Hertha Berlin)
64 Schalke 04 (Saturday: at Mainz)
60 Werder Bremen (Saturday: vs. Hamburg, Gol TV: 9:30 am ET)
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58 
Bayer Leverkusen (Saturday: at Bor. M'Gladbach)
57 Borussia Dortmund (Saturday: at Freiburg)
(games remaining: 1)

ITALY
76 Inter Milan (Sunday: vs. Chievo Verona, Fox Soccer Channel, 9 am ET)
74 Roma (Sunday: vs. Cagliari, Fox Soccer Plus, 9 am ET)
67 AC Milan (Sunday: at Genoa, Fox Soccer Plus, 3 pm ET)
63 Sampdoria (Sunday: at Palermo)
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61 Palermo (Sunday: vs. Sampdoria)
(games remaining: 2)

SPAIN
93 Barcelona (Tuesday: vs. Tenerife, 4-1; Saturday: at Sevilla, TV: Gol TV: 3 pm ET)
92 Real Madrid (Wednesday: at Real Mallorca, 4-1; Saturday: vs. Athletic Bilbao)
68 Valencia (Tuesday: vs. Xerez, 3-1; Saturday: at Villarreal, TV, Gol TV, delay Sunday, 1 pm ET)
59 Real Mallorca (Wednesday: vs. Real Madrid, 1-4; Saturday: at Dep. Coruna)
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57 Sevilla (Wednesday: at Racing Santander, 5-1; Saturday: vs. Barcelona, TV: Gol TV: 3 pm ET)
(games remaining: 2)



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