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Serie A, LaLiga and Premier League action continues exclusively on beIN SPORTS
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Serie A, LaLiga and Premier League action continues exclusively on beIN SPORTS

beIN SPORTS, the global sports channel continues to broadcast the best European football matches with back to back Serie A, Premier League and LaLiga action live and exclusively in 24 countries across MENA. 
In the English Premier League, Liverpool were confirmed as champions after they defeated Crystal Palace 4-0 and second place Manchester City lost to Chelsea 2-1 in Stamford Bridge last Thursday.
The Reds had a remarkable 2019/20 season and fully deserved to win their 1st Premier League and 19th English league title. With seven games remaining for the men from Merseyside, Liverpool can now look to break Manchester City’s record set by Pep Guardiola two seasons ago – reaching over 100 points in a single season.
Liverpool’s Egyptian hero and star player Mohamed Salah became the first ever Egyptian to win the Premier League title. Salah has a remarkable record at Liverpool with 71 goals scored in 101 appearances. 
On Thursday 2 July, the Premier League champions travel to Manchester to face last season’s champions Manchester City in a heated fixture at 22:15 Mecca Time. Ironically, this year Liverpool will receive a ‘guard of honour’ at the Etihad Stadium. 
The Premier League is far from over, though – with seven match days remaining, the race for the remaining UEFA Champions League places are up for grabs as Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Leicester City, Manchester United, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Sheffield United and Arsenal all competing for a place in the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.
On Wednesday, Arsenal host 20th placed Norwich City as Leicester City take on Everton. Also, on Wednesday, 4th placed Chelsea travel to London rivals West Ham United in a crucial game for both teams. 
The fight for survival has also been one of the most exciting yet – with Norwich City, Aston Villa, AFC Bournemouth, Watford and Brighton and Hove Albion all flirting with relegation.
In Spain, the LaLiga season is one of the most exciting yet – with both Real Madrid and FC Barcelona competing for the title. The ‘Los Blancos’ currently lead the table with 71 points from 32 games and Barcelona second with 69 points from 32 games. 
Barcelona face 3rd place Atletico Madrid on Tuesday 30 June at 23:00 Mecca Time (GMT +3) as Real Madrid face Getafe on Thursday 2 July at 23:00 Mecca Time. 
Five teams in LaLiga are also fighting for a place in the top 4 – as Atletico Madrid, Getafe, Real Sociedad, Villareal and Sevilla compete for a UEFA Champions League spot. 
At the bottom of the table, Espanyol, Leganes, Mallorca and Celta Vigo fight for survival with 6 games left in the season.
In Italy, leaders Juventus are still competing with Lazio and Inter Milan for the Serie A title. With games coming in fast, teams need to be at their best shape and give their all on that football pitch. Lazio beat Fiorentina 2-1 as 7th placed AC Milan beat 5th placed AS Roma 2-0. Napoli got the 3 points on Sunday by defeating SPAL 3-1 as 3rd placed Inter Milan scored twice in 3 minutes to grab a win against Parma.
Atalanta were once again involved in a thriller game. After winning over Lazio last week, they enjoyed yet another victory against Udinese.
Leaders Juventus face Genoa on Tuesday night as Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan host Brescia on Wednesday 1 July.
beIN SPORTS’ studio coverage for the Serie A, Premier League and LaLiga will be broadcast on beIN SPORTS HD1, HD2, HD3 and HD4 for Arabic; beIN SPORTS HD11 and HD12 for English; as well as beIN SPORTS’ 4K channel – providing viewers with exhilarating bilingual coverage. 
The state-of-the-art Arabic and English studios surrounding every match day will also provide in depth analysis, team news, statistics, and interviews – as each game will be available with an option for enhanced crowd atmosphere. beIN SPORTS will also have presence at key matches – making use of the most advanced remote technology to give the viewer a closer perspective directly from the stadiums.
beIN guests, presenters and talent will include Egyptian legends Mohamed Aboutrika and Wael Gomaa, Qatari star Mohamed Saadon Al Kuwari; Tunisian football legends Tariq Dhiab and Hatem Trabelsi and many others.  
beIN entertains and operates in 43 countries globally, including 24 countries across the MENA region. 
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