Easter Weekend’s Sports Diary

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Easter Football

Happy Easter good people? Another weekend, another story, another match. Where are you sports people? Easter holiday is here so is sports. Your Easter can never be any better if your favorite team tries to win and end up losing or you lose your voice cheering your losing team *sobs*.

Anyway a lot of sports is lined up for you across the globe.

School term one games national finals are already in progress at Shanzu Teachers College and Shimo la Tewa high school in Mombasa County.

Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th Kenyan version of USA’s LA, Nakuru County will host the Annual Top Fry Great Rift 10~Aside Rugby extravaganza with 24 teams grouped in six pools promising to be fireworks as KCB try to defend the title they won last year.

In volleyball Kenyan representatives Kenya prisons and Kenya pipelines arrived in Tunisia capital on Thursday for the qualification of world club championships.

In soccer,

Tusker premier league will take a break this weekend to allow the quarter finals of Top 8 and all roads will lead to new found city Kenyan version of Dubai, Machakos County where Gor mahia, Ulinzi, KCB and Thika United will be locking horns.

Europe,

Easter FootballIn EPL, title charge, Europe push and relegation battle is still on. Several tantalizing games are on the card that you can’t afford to miss. Will Everton outshine arsenal at top four? Will Liverpool keep moving? Will Chelsea keep the believe of winning? Will Manchester city forget about the title? Or will Sunderland accept willingly to drop to the championship? Be there to witness.

In Bubdesliga, Nothing more is expected apart from fighting for European places. Bayern Munich wrapped up the title earlier in March making it relegation battle in April and May but still very interesting to watch.

In La liga, it seems Barcelona is having a Manchester United season, they’re destined to win no trophy this season. On the other hand Atletico Madrid are having a dream season, being in UCL semi finals and leading La Liga with five games to go is remarkable. Will they keep the nerve and win la liga title and a decade plus? Or will barca bounce back and challenge for the title? You’ve to keep an eye glued on your screen.

In Italia serie A, ultimate winners to be Juventus are proving to be a force to reckon with in serie A. As Roma, Napoli, Udinese and Inter are all fighting for European football, who’ll make the cut?

In French league one run away leaders PSG are in course to defend their title they won last season. Kenya’s Oliechs’ Ajjacio is on the brink of relegation. Watch the drama unfolds in league one as the bottom teams fight for safety.

HERE ARE THE EASTER FIXTURES

Friday 18. April

Atletico Madrid – Elche 21:30 LIGA BBVA(Spain)

Saint Etienne – Rennes 21:30 Ligue 1 (France)

Saturday 19. April

Tottenham Hotspur – Fulham 14:45 EPL (England)

KCB – Ulinzi Stars 15:00 Top 8 Cup (Kenya)

Atalanta – Hellas Verona 16:00 Serie A (Italy)

Genoa – Cagliari 16:00 Serie A (Italy)

Udinese – SSC Napoli 16:00 Serie A (Italy)

Lazio – Torino 16:00 Serie A (Italy)

AC Milan – Livorno 16:00 Serie A (Italy)

ChievoVerona – Sassuolo 16:00 Serie A (Italy)

Parma – Inter 16:00 Serie A(Italy)

Catania – Sampdoria 16:00 Serie A (Italy)

Werder Bremen – Hoffenheim 16:30 1. Bundesliga (Germany)

Augsburg – Hertha Berlin 16:30 . Bundesliga (Germany)

Borussia Dortmund – Mainz 05 16:30 1. Bundesliga (Germany)

Freiburg – Borussia Monchengladbach 16:30 1. Bundesliga (Germany)

Braunschweig – Bayern Munich 16:30 1. Bundesliga (Germany)

Osasuna – Valencia 17:00 LIGA BBVA (Spain)

Newcastle United – Swansea City 17:00 EPL (England)

West Ham United – Crystal Palace 17:00 EPL (England)

Cardiff City – Stoke City 17:00 EPL (England)

Aston Villa – Southampton 17:00 EPL (England)

Levante – Getafe 19:00 LIGA BBVA (Spain)

Hamburger SV – Wolfsburg 19:30 1. Bundesliga (Germany)

Chelsea – Sunderland 19:30 EPL (England)

Juventus – Bologna 19:30 Serie A (Italy)

Real Sociedad – Espanyol 21:00 LIGA BBVA (Spain)

Fiorentina – Roma 22:00 Serie A (Italy)

Sunday 20. April

Almeria – Celta Vigo 13:00 LIGA BBVA 2013/2014 (Spain)

Norwich City – Liverpool 14:00 Premier League (England)

Gor Mahia – Thika United 15:00 Top 8 Cup (Kenya)

Monaco – Nice 15:00 Ligue 1 (France)

Hull City – Arsenal 16:05 EPL (England)

Nurnberg – Bayer Leverkusen 16:30 1. Bundesliga (Germany)

Bordeaux – Guingamp 18:00 Ligue 1 (France)

Valenciennes – Nantes 18:00 Ligue 1 (France)

Rayo Vallecano – Real Betis 18:00 LIGA BBVA (Spain)

Lorient – Montpellier 18:00 Ligue 1 (France)

Reims – Sochaux 18:00 Ligue 1 (France)

Bastia – Ajaccio 18:00 Ligue 1 (France)

Everton – Manchester United 18:10 Premier League (England)

VfB Stuttgart – Schalke 04 18:30 1. Bundesliga (Germany)

Sevilla – Granada 20:00 LIGA BBVA (Spain)

Marseille – Lille 22:00 Ligue 1 (France)

Barcelona – Athletic Bilbao 22:00 LIGA BBVA (Spain)

Monday 21. April

Manchester City – West Bromwich Albion 22:00 EPL (England)

Have a sporty Easter holidays

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