Arsenal at Queens Park Rangers
12:30 p.m. Saturday (Fox Soccer Channel)
Arsenal is sitting in fourth place in the Premier League, and needs a win to hold on to a spot in next year's Champions League. The Gunners shouldn't have much trouble with a trip to London rivals QPR, who are doomed to relegation at the end of the season.
Willem II at Ajax Amsterdam
6:30 a.m. Sunday (ESPN3.com)
Ajax can clinch the Dutch championship with a win at home. Title rivals Feyenoord and PSV Eindhoven will be playing games at the same time, and ESPN3 will stream those too.
Everton at Liverpool
8:30 a.m. Sunday (Fox Soccer Channel)
There's nothing at stake beyond bragging rights in this classic intra-city rivalry game. But it's still a chance to watch Everton and U.S. national team goalkeeper Tim Howard face Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard.
Chelsea at Manchester United
10:30 a.m. Sunday (Fox Soccer Channel)
After scoring against Arsenal last week, United's Robin van Persie could do his old club a huge favor by denting third-place Chelsea's hopes of reaching next year's Champions League.
Real Betis at FC Barcelona
2:55 p.m. Sunday (beIN Sport)
Barcelona's reign as the world's best club came to a crashing halt in the Champions League on Wednesday. But they can still claim the title of Spanish champions with one more win at home.
Houston Dynamo at Los Angeles Galaxy
11:00 p.m. Sunday (ESPN2)
It's too bad that the season's only rematch of last year's MLS Cup final will kick off too late for much of the country to watch.
Stoke City at Sunderland
2:55 p.m. Monday (ESPN2)
After suffering a 6-1 blowout at Aston Villa, Sunderland can get back on track to avoid relegation by winning this game. Stoke's squad includes two Americans, Brek Shea and Geoff Cameron.