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ESPN+, ESPN Deportes' coverage for April 15-18

ESPN+ and ESPN Deportes bringing the FA Cup, La Liga, Bundesliga and more

April 15, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
Some of the biggest tournaments are reaching their decisive dates, and fans living in the U.S. will be able to follow all the action via ESPN's different platforms.

The upcoming weekend will be one to keep an eye on for football fans in the United States, as some of the most popular competitions will give them quite a few talking points before, during, and after the games they will be able to watch on ESPN+, ESPN Deportes, and the ESPN App.

For starters, the final stages of the FA Cup will be available to watch both in English and Spanish, and as a special treat to ESPN fans, both the mens' and women's tournaments will be aired by the Worldwide Leader in Sports. The biggest of these games will undoubtedly be the one between Manchester City and Liverpool, who played each other to a 2-2 draw last week and will now fight for a spot in the title clash. Their rivals in the final will come from the Chelsea vs Crystal Palace match set to take place on Sunday.

Regarding the ladies, Manchester City Women will try to book their fourth ticket for the Women's FA Cup final in five years when they play West Ham Women this Saturday. The other fixture will feature the reigning Women's FA Cup champions, Chelsea, who will embark on a trip to beat Arsenal Women.

Spanish football fans will also be in for a treat this weekend -and even till Monday- with two of the most interesting matches of the season. For starters, Sevilla will host Real Madrid in a game that could be crucial for the hosts, since a loss here could end their title hopes. A victory for Los Blancos would get them closer to the title, especially if the end result in the other game we will mention does not favor one of their bitter rivals.

Monday's match in La Liga will feature Barcelona, who will enter this match fresh off their UEFA Europa League exit. Los Culés will try to make ammends with their fans -or those who don't sell or donate their tickets- when they host Cádiz, a team that is currently battling to avoid relegation but that has also managed to put together a three-game streak without a loss against Los Blaugranas. Needless to say, a win here for Cádiz would do wonders for their cause and would also be highly celebrated in Madrid regardless of Los Merengues' result against Sevilla.

Last, but not least, ESPN+'s coverage of the German Bundesliga will feature quite a few American footballers this weekend, with Ricardo Pepi and Augsburg facing Hertha Berlin, Tyler Adams and RB Leipzig making the trip to face Bayer Leverkusen, and Arminia Bielefeld with George Bello as part of the team hosting none others than league leaders Bayern München, who will try to improve from their previous outing, a one-all draw against Villarreal that ended eliminating them from the tournament.

For more details about all the games being available on ESPN Deportes, ESPN+, or the ESPN App, check your local listings.


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