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2017 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP > Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2017 May 25, 27 & 28

Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2017

May 25, 27 & 28

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The Monaco Grand Prix is one of Formula 1's highlights. It takes place on the tortuous streets of the Principality, and the mix of glamour and history makes it one of the most prestigious races for drivers and teams to win. Overtaking is virtually impossible, which places extra importance on Saturday afternoon's qualifying session.

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The Emirates FA Cup > Final > Arsenal v Chelsea May 27

The Emirates FA Cup > Final – Arsenal v Chelsea

May 27 from 17:30

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The stage is now set for Arsenal and the Blues to contest an FA Cup final for the first time since 2002. Arsenal won 2-0 15 years ago, but Chelsea are likely to be fancied in 2017 when the two meet this Saturday.

After all, the Blues won the league, while the Gunners finished fifth, outside of the Champions League spot for the first time in 21 years.

Even so, Arsenal will be confident after surprising City with a cagey tactical approach, Arsene Wenger's tactical nous to guide the Gunners to a victory.

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Serie A > Round 38 > Last Round of the Season May 27 & May 28

Serie A > Round 38 > Last Round of the Season

May 27 & 28

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Empoli are still in the thick of a relegation battle and seek a victory away to already relegated Palermo.

After Crotone's surprising revival and Empoli's dreadful run of form, which saw them winning just two points in 10 games at one stage. Giovanni Martusciello's men are currently in 17th place with just a point separating them from the relegation zone. Considering Crotone's home game against Lazio, Empoli's travel to Sicily is a must-win fixture.

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UEFA Champions League > Final > Juventus v Real Madrid June 3

UEFA Champions League > Final > Juventus v Real Madrid 

June 3

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The 2017 final is a repeat of the 1998 showpiece, with holders Real Madrid aiming to be the first team to retain the UEFA Champions League title and Juventus seeking a third European crown.

Defending champions Madrid are in a third final in four years, having beaten city rivals. Atletico Madrid in both 2014 and 2016; Juventus, meanwhile, lost to FC Barcelona in the 2015 showpiece.

This match is a repeat of the 1998 final in Amsterdam, won 1-0 by Real Madrid against a Juventus side featuring current Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane.

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