At 5:30 PM EST/10:30 PM UK time, the BDSIR Network brings you another episode of No Foul Play. After a week of International fixtures, league play have resumed as the leagues are on the final stretch of the season. In Spain, Real Madrid resumed their winning ways by trashing lowly Granada 9-1. Cristiano Ronaldo was able to score five in his encounter, plus the return of James Rodriguez after a lengthy two month sideline from injury. Barcelona look to widen the gap as they take on Celta Vigo, Atletico Madrid win, and a tasty match between Valencia and Villarreal to add suspense for the final straight qualification in the UEFA Champions League next season.
Ligue 1 has title implications today as Marseille takes on PSG. Whom came out on top in this French match? Hugo lost a bet to Ric after Borussia Dortmund fell to Bayern Munich 1-0 from the Signal Iduna Park. However, did Bayern Munich's performance convince? Major League Soccer has impressed some of us in the show, as the Chicago Fire, MLS's perhaps worst team, have won two in a row by beating money powered Toronto FC as Ric and Andy will cover some MLS talk. Hugo will also talk a bit about football in South America.
Finally, in the Barclays Premier League, Sunderland were able to pull away from the relegation zone, as QPR, Leicester City, and Burnley were able to add points to their table, but Hull City and Aston Villa both fall. What about the top four? Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United all win, Manchester City as a game at hand, but both Southampton and Liverpool lose major ground in the top four spots. It seems that the top four are signed, sealed, and delivered, but how will it all pan out at the end of the season?
Jam packed show for you guys tonight. The number to call is (347) 637-3859 if you're in the U.S. or Canada, or you can Skype into the show by clicking on the live show link at the start of the show. You can also tweet us directly @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY!
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