Liverpool view top spot, Leinster & Munster aim for Champions Cup semis
Liverpool have the chance to move to the top of the Premier League table tonight.
Jurgen Klopp’s Champions League finalists welcome Tottenham to Anfield at 7.45.
Watford’s relegation will be rubber-stamped with anything less than a win away to Crystal Palace at 3.
Burnley can pile the pressure on both Leeds and Everton with a win at home to Aston Villa.
Elsewhere, Brentford play Southampton, Chelsea take on Wolves, and at 5.30 Brighton entertain Manchester United.
Roman Abramovich's almost 20-year ownership of Chelsea looks to be coming to an end - with a deal in place to sell to a consortium led by the co-owner of the LA Dodgers.
American billionaire Todd Boehly heads the group, which would pay 2-and-a-half-billion-pounds into a frozen account - with the proceeds going to chairty.
Short of 2-billion pounds will be invested in the club.
Derry City dropped two vital points in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division title race last night.
The Candystripes were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Bohemians to see their lead trimmed to a single point.
Shamrock Rovers turned up the heat on Derry with a 3-1 win at home to Finn Harps.
St. Pat’s returned to third courtesy of a 4-nil thrashing of Drogheda United.
Colm Whelan scored twice for bottom side UCD, who came from 2-nil down to draw 2-2 with ten-man Dundalk.
Shelbourne returned to winning ways with a 2-1 victory at home to Sligo Rovers.
Cork City maintained their three-point lead at the top of the First Division, with Aaron Bolger’s injury time strike seeing them win 2-1 away to bottom side Athlone.
Galway kept the pressure on with a 4-nil win at Cobh, while Waterford’s fine streak continued with a 4-1 win at Bray.
The top two meet in the Women’s National League this afternoon, with Shelbourne playing host to Peamount.
Third placed Wexford Youths entertain DLR Waves this evening.
Elsewhere, Sligo Rovers play Galway, Cork City take on Athlone, and Treaty United face Bohemians.
Munster are hoping to reach the semi-finals of the Heineken Champions Cup for the first time in three-years this afternoon.
Johann van Graan’s side have taken up temporary residence at the Aviva Stadium for a meeting with Toulouse.
Kick-off at Lansdowne Road is at 3pm.
Then at 5.30, Leinster welcome back James Ryan for their meeting with Leicester at Welford Road.
At the same time, Ronan O’Gara’s La Rochelle play Montpellier.
After the fuss over the venue, Cork and Kerry get down to the business of playing their Munster football semi-final this evening.
They meet at Páirc Uí Rinn where throw-in is at 6.
The curtain-raiser there is the Munster Ladies Football semi-final meeting of Kerry and Tipperary.
Meanwhile, Dublin face Meath in the Leinster Ladies Football Championship at Parnell Park from 7.
There’s an eight-race card at Naas this afternoon, where the first is off at 1.40
And at Cork, a seven-race programme commences at 2pm.