The Week in Soccer

Arsenal at Queens Park Rangers

12:30 p.m. Saturday (Fox Soccer Channel)

The Gunners need a win to hold on to a spot in next year's Champions League. London rivals QPR are already relegated.

Willem II Tilburg at Ajax Amsterdam

6:30 a.m. Sunday (ESPN3.com)

Ajax can clinch the Dutch championship with a win. But, though Willem II is in last place, the Tricolores defense is tough on the road, while their offense, lead by Luxembourg's Aurelien Joachim, is ranked second in the league in away games.

Chelsea at Manchester United

11 a.m. Sunday (Fox Soccer Channel)

Having been knocked out of both the League Cup and FA Cup by the Blues, United and Robin van Persie could sweeten their English Premier League title by denting the third-place London club's hopes of reaching next year's Champions League.

Everton at Liverpool

8:30 a.m. Sunday (Fox Soccer Channel)

American goalkeeper Tim Howard and the Toffees face Liverpool and English legend Steven Gerrard in this classic Merseyside rivalry.

Real Betis at Barcelona

3 p.m. Sunday (beIN Sport)

Barcelona's reign as the world's best club came to a crashing halt with a loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Wednesday. They can still claim the title of Spanish champions with one more win at home, but Lionel Messi is hurting.

Houston Dynamo at Los Angeles Galaxy

11 p.m. Sunday (ESPN2)

A rematch of last year's MLS Cup final, with the Galaxy's Landon Donovan back in action.

Stoke City at Sunderland

3 p.m. Monday (ESPN2)

Sunderland, coached by Paolo Di Canio, can get back on track to avoid relegation by winning this game. Stoke City features Americans Brek Shea and Geoff Cameron. -Jonathan Tannenwald