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Benfica v Juventus

Benfica v Juventus

Benfica will be in buoyant mood having secured their 33rd Liga Sagres title at the weekend and will be hoping to prove their mettle against the competition favourites, looking to go one better on their runner-up finish last season. The gap that they have attained at the top of Serie A, despite having not clinched the title just yet, will, however, allow Juventus to focus all of their attention on this game and field their strongest XI. Conte may well let the hosts dictate the tempo at the start but encourage his side to be aggressive in the first half. If the tie remains in the balance going into the second leg the visitors will be confident.

Sevilla v Valencia

Sevilla v Valencia

Sevilla have lost just the once at home in the Europa League this season and will be looking to continue their fine European form at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium. While the hosts go in hunt of a top-4 finish, Unai Emery is likely to challenge his side to secure silverware in his first full season at the helm. Valencia's progress to the semi-final stage has been far more tumultuous compared to their league counterparts having emphatically progressed to this stage following an exciting 5-3 aggregate win over Basel. Pizzi will be wary of Sevilla's, at times, fluid attack and may opt for a more defensive approach to take a positive result into the second leg next week.

ATP Barcelona - Nadal v Dodig

ATP Barcelona - Nadal v Dodig

Rafa’s lack of confidence and adjustment on a new court was evident during the early stages of his first match, as he would quickly fall 1-3 to Ramos in the opening stages of the match, before clawing his way back to level terms. Nadal eventually secured his own service game, and finished off by breaking Ramos to close out the match 7-6, 6-4. Ivan Dodig began his week in Barcelona with a three set win over Argentina’s Arguello before picking up the upset victory over local favourite Feliciano Lopez 6-1, 6-4. He holds a 7-9 singles record on the tour this season and has picked up back-to-back victories for the first time since reaching the quarter-final in Marseille in February. This marks the fourth time these two competitors will meet on the professional tour, and the second time on this particular surface.

World Championship Round 2

World Championship Round 2

Runner-up to John Higgins in Sheffield in 2011, Trump was well beaten in the semi-finals by Ronnie O’Sullivan last year and has endured a distinctly mediocre 2013-14 season, with a run to the German Masters final his best achievement by far. Welsh snooker ace Ryan Day will now face Trump who survived a test of nerve on a day his form deserted him to edge through to the second round of the World Championship. Elsewhere Hong Kong ace Marco Fu set up a second round clash with former world champion Shaun Murphy at this year's snooker world championships with a fine 10-7 win over Englishman Martin Gould. Fu, seeded seven, had lost to Gould on the previous two occasions they had met at the championships, bowing out in the first round in 2010 and 2011.

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