28/05/2022 Football – a huge day of footballing action. There are playoff games in the National League and Division Two and a small matter of the Champions League.
28/05/2022 Football – Liverpool v Real Madrid
- Fabinho trained fully on Wednesday and Jurgen Klopp says Thiago now has a good chance of making the final in a huge double boost for Liverpool.
- Mo Salah and Virgil van Dijk returned from injury in Liverpool’s last league game of the season at the weekend and will start here.
- Ibrahima Konate has got the nod over Joel Matip in five of Liverpool’s six Champions League knock-out games. Joe Gomez should be available but won’t start.
- Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota will most likely settle for a place on the bench.
- David Alaba has missed Real Madrid’s last six matches through injury, with Nacho on standby to start if required.
- Eduardo Camavinga has impressed off the bench in the knock-out stage of the competition but Toni Kroos is expected to get the nod.
- Rodrygo is one of the main reasons they have reached the final so he will battle Federico Valverde for a place on the right wing on Saturday.
28/05/2022 Football – Play-offs
- Matthew Longstaff could return to the side after sitting out the second leg win against Northampton, with Kieran Wallace likely to make way, while John Joe O’Toole could start alongside him at the heart of midfield.
- Ryan Edmondson is pushing for a start after coming off the bench in the semi-final second leg. Should he get the nod, Kian Harratt is likely to start drop out.
12:30pm UK / 7:30am ET
NATIONAL LEAGUE PLAYOFFS – Wrexham v Grimsby
UK – BT Sport 1
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