Premier League: Chelsea at Swansea City, 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Ch. 11. Chelsea has rather dim hopes of making it into the top four, but the real excitement is at the other end of the standings. Swansea City is four points from the relegation zone with four to play. Can the Swans get a result — and move closer to safety?


Serie A: Juventus at Inter Milan, 1:45 p.m. Saturday, beIN. One late Napoli goal in Turin last week, and suddenly Juventus’s Serie A lead is down to one point. Inter, meanwhile, is locked in a fight for a top-four spot and a Champions League berth. It’s called Derby d’Italia, perhaps the biggest regional rivalry in Italy.

Liga MX: Tigres at Monterrey, 7 p.m. Saturday, Univision. It’s the last game of the spring regular season, but Clasico Regio doesn’t need playoff implications to be contentious. It’s perhaps the best rivalry in Mexican soccer and certainly it’s the biggest game of the season for both sides, which have already clinched playoff spots.


Premier League: Arsenal at Manchester United, 10:30 a.m. Sunday, NBCSN. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was never treated well at Manchester United, at first because he challenged United’s dominance but later because he was an easy target. His last visit to Old Trafford before leaving Arsenal will be a reminder of days gone by.