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Hull City v Arsenal

Hull City v Arsenal

In this FA Cup final dress rehearsal, Hull host Arsenal with both teams still needing points in the league but their seasons focused on silverware. Arsenal need to win all their remaining games as they look to hunt down Everton in 4th, while Hull are still not fully safe from relegation. Hull have found it difficult to motivate themselves in the Premier League run-in, and Arsenal, confident from their midweek win over West Ham, should be victorious here.

Everton v Man Utd

Everton v Man Utd

Everton's loss to Crystal Palace in midweek dealt a huge blow to their Champions League aspirations, and with a tough game coming up against Manchester City, they really need to beat United here. They do raise their game though against the bigger sides, having recently beaten Arsenal 3-0 at Goodison Park, and having won at Old Trafford earlier in the season. With United's injury problems, Everton will probably be favourites to win here. Manchester United have a slim chance of catching Everton and will hope that they can continue what is the best Premier League away record this season with another win here.

Barcelona v Ath Bilbao

Barcelona v Ath Bilbao

Barcelona suffered a major blow to their title hopes with their shock defeat away to Granada. Anything but a win - assuming Atletico win again - could officially end their hopes of retaining their title. The Catalans have been highly inconsistent of late, playing superbly one game only to effectively not show up for the next. Reports of rife at board-room level down through to the dressing room suggests that morale and harmony are not exactly in abundance in Catalunya. Much will depend on the form of Lionel Messi. His form has mirrored that of his team and it might not be a coincidence. If the real Messi shows up, at home Barca will probably win. Yet, their midweek exertions in the Copa del Rey could prove significant here against a highly energetic and intense Athletic Bilbao.

Marseille v Lille

Marseille v Lille

Marseille have only won half of their 16 games at the Stade Velodrome in Ligue 1 this season. The hosts have recently lost the support of their fans who are waiting for a new manager, staff and board. Marcelo Bielsa is now expected to take over next season. Mathieu Valbuena and his teammates don't seem too affected by the internal crisis going on in Marseille, having won two games in a row for the first time since November. As a result, they might still be aiming for a European place. Lille have only conceded 14 goals on the road this season and may be thankful to their impressive goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama.

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