Here are just some of the offerings available with bet365 Live Streaming this week:

This Saturday’s Live Streaming shows the local Barcelona v Espanyol derby game. The last time Barcelona played city rivals Espanyol in December 2014, they won the match 5-1 when Argentinian striker Lionel Messi scored a superb hat-trick. This should be an easy home game for Barca, but with only two points ahead of their rivals, Real Madrid they can’t afford any errors if they want to maintain their top position.


Moving over to Germany, Eintracht Frankfurt face Borussia Dortmund on Sunday in the Bundesliga, with both teams looking to improve their standing in the league table, currently both teams have 36 points each. All eyes will be on Frankfurt ‘s midfielder Alexander Meier who has managed to outscore both Arjen Robben and Bas Dost this Bundesliga season, with 19 goals in 26 appearances. The last time the two teams met, Dortmund suffered a 2-0 defeat at Commerzbank-Arena on 30th November 2014. Will Eintracht’s Football God continue to perform miracles ?

Another exciting game is Borussia Monchengladbach v Wolfsburg at Borussia Park in Monchengladbach this Sunday, 26th April. Second on their league table, Wolsburg have managed to pick up three wins and two draws in the last five Bundesliga matches, however they still 12 points behind Bayern Munich, who sit at the top of the Bundesliga, after drawing with Schalke at home on Sunday.

Alongside these fantastic football fixtures there’s also a full round of NBA play-offs games to enjoy this weekend. Please see attached this month’s NBA play-offs fixtures.

For those Darts fans out there, bet365 will be live streaming all Thursday’s action in Cardiff.

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