Chelsea look to seal title

By Liam Coleman

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Celebration time? Chelsea could be champions by the end of Friday
Celebration time? Chelsea could be champions by the end of Friday

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Chelsea's chance to secure a second Premier League title in three years is the starting point for a varied and dramatic weekend of sport to show in the pub.

Football: West Brom v Chelsea (Friday, 8pm) - Sky Sports 1

Chelsea will have the title sewn up if they win at West Brom tonight (12 May). Customers don’t need much excuse to make the most of the pub on a Friday, but this match gives licensees a chance to have that extra bit of appeal at the start of the weekend.

Rugby union: Clermont v Saracens (Saturday, 5pm) - BT Sport 2

The final of rugby's equivalent of football's Champions League, the European Champions Cup, kicks off Saturday evening's sporting action. This match is a great chance for licensees to get rugby fans in early and go on to be the venue of choice for Saturday evening.

Boxing: Josh Warrington v Kiko Martinez (Saturday, 7.30pm) - BT Sport 1

Boxing action from Leeds is at the heart of Saturday night's sporting action. Josh Warrington will put his WBC International Featherweight title on the line against former world champion Kiko Martinez, while two-time Olympic gold medallist Nicola Adams has her second fight since turning professional. 

Football: West Ham v Liverpool (Sunday, 2.15pm) - Sky Sports 1

A critical match in the race to finish in the Premier League's top four takes place on Sunday. Liverpool will need to win to keep daylight between themselves and Arsenal and Manchester United, who are both close behind. West Ham will no doubt do their best to keep Liverpool in check.

Football: Roma v Juventus (Sunday, 8pm) - BT Sport 1

Sundays can often be a tough time for publicans trying to bring in customers, but a little bit of Italian help is at hand this weekend. The top two in Italy's Serie A play on Sunday with Juventus needing only a point to secure a sixth consecutive title.

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