11.00: U18 Premier League, 4th(S) vs. 1st(S): West Ham United U18 vs. CHELSEA U18
12.30: Championship, 5th vs. 6th: Leeds United vs. Sheffield Wednesday
15.00: Premier League, 1st vs. 15th: CHELSEA vs. Swansea City
15.00: Premier League, 19th vs. 16th: Crystal Palace vs. Middlesbrough
15.00: Premier League, 7th vs. 20th: Everton vs. Sunderland
15.00: Premier League, 18th vs. 12th: Hull City vs. Burnley
15.00: Premier League, 8th vs. 14th: West Bromwich Albion vs. AFC Bournemouth
17.30: Premier League, 13th vs. 10th: Watford vs. West Ham United
17.30: Championship, 2nd vs. 4th: Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Reading
PSA: RANIERI DIDN'T DIE, HE JUST GOT SACKED BECAUSE HIS TEAM ARE ABOUT TO BE RELEGATED.
After all that Claudio Ranieri has done for Leicester City, to sack him now is inexplicable, unforgivable and gut-wrenchingly sad.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) February 23, 2017
No, it's quite explicable. I mean, come on. The only shocking thing here — other than the overreaction — just as with Mourinho last season, was how long Leicester City waited. The timing is poor; they should've either done it earlier, or not at all and ride the bomb down like in Dr. Strangelove.
Like, the lesson here is, don't be within a point of the relegation zone (especially after winning the title), and your job should be secure.
12.00: La Liga, 11th vs. 14th: Deportivo Alavés vs. Valencia
14.30: Bundesliga, 1st vs. 16th: Bayern Munich vs. HSV
14.30: Bundesliga, 8th vs. 12th: Bayer Leverkusen vs. Mainz 05
14.30: Bundesliga, 9th vs. 3rd: Freiburg vs. BVB
15.15: La Liga, 15th vs. 3rd: Real Betis vs. Sevilla
16.00: Ligue 1, 9th vs. 1st: Guingamp vs. AS Monaco
17.00: Serie A, 3rd vs. 5th: Napoli vs. Atalanta
17.30: Bundesliga, 6th vs. 7th: Hertha Berlin vs. Köln
19.45: Serie A, 1st vs. 17th: Juventus vs. Empoli