Champions League

Edinson Cavani

Paris Saint-Germain are on an eight match winning streak in pursuit of domestic treble

Paris Saint-Germain have won eight consecutive matches across all competitions ever since their 6-1 loss to Barcelona in the Champions League round of 16. In Ligue 1, they're unbeaten in their last 15 outings, and haven't lost since mid December when they were defeated 2-1 by Guingamp. Four matches remain in the league and the Parisians are currently level on points with league leaders AS Monaco, who do still have a match in hand. This weekend's trip to OGC Nice will likely prove to be PSG's most difficult remaining test, but Unai Emery's men are firing on all cylinders at the moment and will have every bit of confidence as they press on to collect the domestic treble for the third consecutive season.
Borussia Dortmund

Can Borussia Dortmund salvage their season enough with the German Cup?

Borussia Dortmund have arguably had a relatively disappointing season, especially considering the fact that many were pegging them to be legitimate Bundesliga title contenders this year. Bayern Munich have won the past four Bundesliga titles and have once again asserted their domestic dominance after a bit of a slow start to their campaign - Carlo Ancelotti's men are eight points clear of RB Leipzig at the top of the table with four league matches still to go.
Marco Reus

Marco Reus on scoring streak for Borussia Dortmund since returning from injury

Marco Reus has scored in each of Borussia Dortmund's three matches across all competitions since returning from a muscle injury that had kept him sidelined for the past month and a half. He scored in their 3-1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt last weekend, the mid-week 3-1 loss to AS Monaco in the Champions League, and Saturday's narrow 3-2 victory over Borussia Monchengladbach. The goals against both Frankfurt and Monaco came from open play, whilst he hit the mark from the penalty spot against Monchengladbach, but Reus' reinsertion into Thomas Tuchel's lineup has certainly helped revamp Dortmund's spirits after a difficult two and half weeks.
Kylian Mbappe

Kylian Mbappe deserves every bit of the praises he’s getting

Kylian Mbappe has been absolutely sensational for AS Monaco this season - there's simply no disguising that. The 18-year old Frenchman has taken the world by storm over the past nine and a half months, and has been a pivotal part of Monaco's success across all fronts this season - they're currently at the top of the Ligue 1 table. In Ligue 1, Mbappe has racked up twelve goals and has provided five assists in a campaign that's seen Monaco score the second-most goals of any team across Europe's top five leagues; Barcelona are the only team who have out-scored them.
Marco Reus

Marco Reus returns from injury at a vital time for Borussia Dortmund

Marco Reus has spent the last month on the sidelines for Borussia Dortmund after sustaining a ruptured muscle fiber in his leg during the 6-2 thrashing of Bayer Leverkusen back in March. Thomas Tuchel has revealed that his star winger is set to make his much-anticipated return on Saturday when Dortmund play host to Eintracht Frankfurt in the league. His return will come as welcoming news for Dortmund fans as their side need to finish out the season strong to finish in a Champions League position.
Leicester City

Leicester City are still in a good position despite 1-0 loss to Atletico Madrid

Leicester City fared far better than most were anticipating on Wednesday evening in their 1-0 loss to Atletico Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League quarter finals. Leicester had shocked the world when they overturned a 2-1 aggregate deficit to knock out Sevilla in the round of 16, having won the second leg at the King Power Stadium 2-0 thanks to goals from Wes Morgan and Marc Albrighton. With those heroics in mind, Craig Shakespeare's men will certainly have every belief that they can overturn the 1-0 deficit when Atletico travel to the King Power Stadium for leg two next week - it's sure to be an absolutely electrifying atmosphere from the Leicester fans.
Borussia Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund have every right to be frustrated with UEFA

The Borussia Dortmund players and staff members have every right to be frustrated with UEFA's decision to only postpone their Champions' League tie against Monaco by 22 hours. The team's bus was specifically targeted just outside the hotel on the way to Signal Iduna Park by explosive devices that appear to have been remotely detonated. Spanish center back Marc Bartra sustained injuries to his arm and wrist from shattered glass as a result of one of three blasts that shook the bus - he's since taken to his social media accounts to let the fans know that he's okay after successful operations.
Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger owes it to Arsenal fans to reveal his decision to stay or leave

Arsene Wenger revealed last week that he's already made up his mind on if he's going to choose to stay, or step down as Arsenal manager. A week later, Wenger still hasn't announced whether he's going to stay or leave - a lot of Arsenal fans are growing restless. 'Wenger Out' signs have been seen at matches and outside grounds for the past four to five weeks, and opinions seem to be quite split amongst Arsenal supporters; some are more than ready for a change, but some want Wenger to stay for at least another year.
RB Leipzig

Will RB Leipzig retain their best talents over the summer transfer window?

RB Leipzig have been one of the surprise teams in the Bundesliga this season with how well they've done in their first top flight campaign. Despite a recent dip in form, Die Roten Bullen are still in second place in the standings with nine matches left to go and are still positioned to qualify for a place in next year's Champions League. Ralph Hasenhüttl's men looked to be serious title contenders in the first half of the season, where they were league leaders for a few weeks; an interval during which Bayern Munich were fluttering - the two sides still have a head to head match-up to come in May.

Will Monaco’s Champions League schedule benefit PSG in the Ligue 1 race?

The Ligue1 title race has been immensely close this season between Monaco, PSG (Paris Saint-Germain), and OGC Nice. Monaco are the current league leaders and are ahead of PSG by three points; Nice have had two consecutive draws and now find themselves seven points behind Monaco, and four behind PSG. The Parisians have claimed the Ligue 1 title for the past four seasons, but are in serious danger of surrendering their potential fifth consecutive trophy to Monaco, who have been so impressive this season, scoring 129 goals across all competitions.