FA Cup Final: Chelsea vs. Manchester United, 11 a.m. Saturday, Ch. 9. Manchester United could take home its 13th FA Cup with a win, tying Arsenal for the most victories all-time. Chelsea, meanwhile, is looking to avenge its loss in last year’s final, in what could be manager Antonio Conte’s final game in charge — and claim its eighth FA Cup trophy.
MLS: Los Angeles FC at Portland, 2 p.m. Saturday, Ch. 9. Portland endured an ugly start to the year, going winless in its first five games, but with defensive midfielder Diego Chara healthy again, the Timbers have won four in a row. LAFC has been impressive on the road, but the expansion team hasn’t had to endure the Providence Park cauldron yet.
Serie A: Inter at Lazio, 1:40 p.m. Sunday, beIN. Simply put, Inter needs a win to qualify for next season’s Champions League. Anything else, and Lazio will be in the top four, and Inter will be stuck in the Europa League — where nobody at the club wants to be. The Italian title is already decided, but this game will feel like a playoff final.
Liga MX Final: Santos Laguna at Toluca, 6 p.m. Sunday, Univision. Toluca was the top seed in the postseason playoffs, so their appearance in the final is not a surprise, but few expected Santos to be the other side. Santos leads 2-1 after Thursday’s first leg, but Toluca is hard to handle at home — and probably was the better team Thursday, too.