Arsenal vs Valencia 2019 Live

Arsenal vs Valencia Europa League live stream watch online TV channel

Date: Thursday, May 9
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Estadio Mestalla
TV channel: UniMas

Arsenal goes to Valencia for the second leg of the Europa League semifinals on Thursday looking to salvage any chance of making the Champions League this season. The Gunners are out of contention for a top-four spot in the Premier League so they must be crowned Europa League champs in order to book a ticket into next season’s Champions League. The first leg at Emirates Stadium went to Arsenal, 3-1. The defense for the Gunners, just 90 minutes away from the final, has to step up with what can be a daunting task at Mestalla. Just one goal for Arsenal will force Valencia to score three after the first leg ended with the Gunners getting a 3-1 win.

Here’s how you can watch the match and what to know:
Europa League: Arsenal vs. Valencia

Arsenal: The Gunners have been awful on the road in this competition, and the key will be a composed start. Valencia has been able to compete with big clubs at home and the fans will be as loud as they have been in years, so it will all be about Arsenal handling the pressure and playing smart.

Valencia: This is a team that sometimes really struggles to score, but after putting six past Huesca last weekend, the goal-scoring confidence will be there. They better just hope they didn’t use up all of their goals and saved some for this one, where the team is forced to score at least two.

Canelo vs Jacobs 2019 Fight

Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs fight start time, live stream, how to Watch Online

The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada will be bubbling with anticipation on Saturday night ahead of boxing’s biggest bout so far in 2019. WBA and WBC middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez will put his belts on the line when he takes on IBF champion Daniel Jacobs in a unification fight on Cinco de Mayo weekend.

Canelo vs. Jacobs Live Stream

Date: Saturday, May 4
Time: 9 p.m. ET | Location: T-Mobile Arena — Las Vegas
Live stream: DAZN (Watch exclusively here)

Alvarez (51-1-2, 35 KOs) will be facing a formidable test in Jacobs (35-2, 29 KOs) as he makes his second appearance under the DAZN banner since signing a blockbuster 10-fight, $365 million deal with the upstart streaming service last fall. The two were so amped up for Saturday’s action that they nearly got into on Friday during the staredown after the weigh-in ceremony.

The winner of Saturday’s bout will likely get a chance at facing newly signed TV free agent Gennady Golovkin, who has faced off with both fighters in the last two years. Jacobs lost a close decision to GGG in 2017 while Canelo won a unanimous decision in their rematch after the first fight was declared a majority draw.

Billboard Music Awards 2019

Watch the 2019 Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet Live Stream

The 2019 Billboard Music Awards are almost here! But before the show begins, you can catch all the stars on the red carpet.

Sway Calloway, Sofia Reyes and Jaymes Vaughan will host the BBMAs Red Carpet Live today (May 1) beginning at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT, streaming exclusively on Twitter.

The two hour pre-ceremony festivities will feature the three hosts conducting exclusive interviews from the red carpet and discussing the night’s nominees, performers and presenters.

A general view of the 2014 Billboard Music Awards held at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 18, 2014 in Las Vegas.
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Kelly Clarkson will return as host of the BBMAs this year, which will air at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. The night will be one you don’t want to miss, featuring performances from the Jonas Brothers, Mariah Carey, BTS featuring Halsey, Ariana Grande and more.

Barcelona vs Liverpool 2019 Live

Barcelona and Liverpool meet Wednesday in one of the most highly anticipated Champions League semifinals in recent memory. The first leg is set for 3 p.m. ET at the Camp Nou between two teams that were viewed as contenders when the competition began in August. Barcelona enters this match fresh off of winning La Liga, while Liverpool has been dealing with a heated Premier League title race with favorite Manchester City.

The starting lineups are as follows:

Barcelona: Marc-Andre Ter Stegen; Sergi Roberto, Gerard Piqué, Clement Lenglet, Jordi Alba; Sergio Busquets, Ivan Rakitic, Arturo Vidal; Lionel Messi. Luis Suárez, Philippe Coutinho.

Liverpool: Alisson; Joe Gomez, Joel Matip, Virgil van Dijk, Andrew Robertson; Fabinho, James Milner, Georginio Wijnaldum, Naby Keita; Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah.

Here’s how you can watch the match and what to know:
Champions League: Barcelona vs. Liverpool

Date: Wednesday, May 1
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Camp Nou
TV channel: TNT and Univision
Streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
Odds: Barca -145 / Liverpool +350 / Draw +320

Bellator 220 Live

Bellator 220: Rory MacDonald on why he regrets taking champion vs. champion fight with Gegard Mousasi

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Rory MacDonald vs Jon Fitch Live

Last fall, everything appeared to be lining up perfectly for Bellator welterweight champion Rory MacDonald.

In the middle of September, MacDonald was going to be getting married and then two weeks later, he would get a chance to become the first person in the promotion’s history to become the “champ-champ” when he took on middleweight champion Gegard Mousasi. Due to the significance of the bout being considered the biggest in company history, it would be the first MMA card to air on DAZN as part of the multi-year partnership between Bellator and the global streaming service.

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The nuptials went off perfectly, and the honeymoon would come after the fight with the hope of MacDonald having two championships around his waist. Unfortunately, the latter didn’t go as planned as MacDonald lost via second-round TKO. For MacDonald, who defends his 170-pound title in the main event against Jon Fitch at Bellator 220 in the opening round of the welterweight grand prix, going through two life-changing moments and trying to balance getting everything set for the biggest day of his life while preparing for the most important fight of his career proved to be too much for him. After looking back and assessing what happened, MacDonald wishes he would have taken a step back, get married, go on his honeymoon and take on Mousasi at a later date.

“I regretted taking the fight when I did,” MacDonald admits to Sporting News. “I wish I would have done it differently. I would have taken more time and not made an emotional decision like that. When I got the opportunity, of course, I wanted to take it. But I think it’s important to take time, pray and let God speak to you before you go off of emotion and see an opportunity and taking it without giving it any thought. Sometimes it’s better to sit back and give it a little bit of time.

“I was dealing with a lot of distractions. I had my wedding ceremony and reception with my wife and all of my family coming in which was two weeks before the fight. It was a big wedding, not a small one which took a lot of energy, time and focus away from what was important. We knew the wedding date way ahead of time, but that was the only time I could accept the fight. So instead of postponing the fight, I decided to do both. I think that was the biggest distraction.”

MacDonald’s wedding day went perfectly, but stepping inside the cage with the vicious Dutch striker didn’t follow the same script. Mousasi made sure that the dream fight ended in a nightmare for MacDonald, as “The Dreamcatcher” made it look easy, running through and thoroughly outclassing MacDonald.

Having to relive the fight was something MacDonald wasn’t particularly keen on doing. He thought about moving on and putting his focus on defending the welterweight title. Once the battle with Fitch became official, MacDonald went back and rewatched what happened with Mousasi. Right away, MacDonald knew what went wrong and took one key thing away that he brought into his camp for Fitch.

“I watched it once and felt like I didn’t fight like myself,” MacDonald said. “I didn’t fight with any heart, focus or determination. And it exactly looked like that. There’s really nothing else to take from it except make better choices in training.”

When Bellator announced they would be running the welterweight grand prix, people were shocked to see not only MacDonald in the eight-man field but also the fact the belt would be on the line for the entire tournament. To MacDonald, he would be making title defenses anyway, so why not the enter and compete against some of the best welterweights on the planet.

“I was fine with being in the grand prix and the belt being at stake,” MacDonald said. “It didn’t bother me at all. Every fight I have at welterweight would be for the championship anyway. It might as well be in a tournament. I’m just going to take it one fight at a time.”

MacDonald-Fitch is the final contest in the opening round of the grand prix with the winner moving on to face Neiman Gracie on June 14. The first round featured Gracie looking impressive against Ed Ruth, Douglas Lima dominating Andrey Koreshkov and Michael “Venom” Page barely escaping Paul Daley.

When asked what he made of the proceedings thus far, “The Red King” didn’t hold back and predicted how things are going to shake out ultimately.

“I think Douglas Lima’s looked the best so far against Koreshkov,” MacDonald stated. “I think he’s made a lot of improvements since our fight. I wasn’t impressed by MVP or Gracie. I feel very confident with where I stand in the tournament. I think with the way things are right now, it would be Lima and me in the finals.”

Chelsea vs Burnley Live

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Chelsea host Burnley at Stamford Bridge on Monday night, as the race for the Premier League top four enters the final straight.

The Blues go into the game just one point behind Tottenham Hotspur in third, but with Arsenal and Manchester United playing on Sunday, Maurizio Sarri will need to take all three points if he is to keep hopes alive of a Champions League qualification spot.

​Burnley’s controversial win over ​Cardiff City last weekend looks to have secured their ​Premier League survival for another season, with the Clarets needing just a single draw to reach the fabled 40-point mark.

Sean Dyche’s side have caused a couple of problems against the ‘big six’ this season, drawing away at Old Trafford and beating ​Spurs at Turf Moor last month, which may be cause for concern for ​Chelsea.

European Champions Cup semi-final 2019

All You Need To Know: Leinster v Toulouse in Champions Cup semi-final 2019 Live Online

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LEINSTER: take on Toulouse this weekend as the semi-finals of the European Champions Cup take place. Kick off for the match takes place at 3.15 pm on Sunday April 21st at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. The match is being shown live on Virgin Media One with coverage starting at 2.30 pm. It can also be streamed live on Virgin TV Anywhere.

Channel 4 will also be showing the match live from 2.45 pm while BT Sport 2 will be showing it from 2.30 pm. This can be streamed live by Eir Sport customers on the Eir Sport app.

LEINSTER: Kearney; Larmour, Ringrose, Henshaw, Lowe; Sexton, McGrath, Healy, Cronin, Furlong, Toner, Ryan, Ruddock, O’Brien Conan.

Replacements: Tracy, E Byrne, Bent, Fardy, Deegan, O’Sullivan, R Byrne, O’Loughlin

TOULOUSE: Ramos, Huget, Guitoune, Ahki, Kolbe; Dupont, Bezy; Castets, Mauvaka, Faumuina, Arnold, Gray, Elstadt, Tekori, Kaino.

Replacements: Marchand, Baille, Van Dyk, Tolofua, Faasalele, Cros, Ntamack, Medard
Leinster are the favourites to advance to a second straight Champions Cup semi-final at the price of 4/11.

Toulouse are 23/10 underdogs to get the win on Sunday while the draw is priced at 20/1.
This will be the third time these two teams face off in this years European Champions Cup after they were paired together during the Pool Stage.