In England, after re-iterating their dominance against Everton, Champions Leicester City play Chelsea, and will be looking to prove their title worthiness against last season’s champions; a match of ultimate bragging rights. Manchester United are on the cusp of a top four place as they play Bournemouth, but a win is not enough, as Swansea City must upset Manchester City in what should be a dynamite conclusion to a fantastic season, full of drama and excitement, and one for the ages.
In the Championship, the play-off’s are on. After a riveting loss against Middlesbrough, Brighton are looking to pick themselves back up against a tricky Sheffield Wednesday. Derby County play Hull City, in what should be a fireworks display, as the door to England’s top flight remains slightly ajar.
In La Liga, the race is on between Real Madrid and Barcelona. Los Blancos, with one final surge, face Deportivo, the Catalans, re-capturing that golden silk, look to take the title against Granada.
This weekend, Melbourne’s Food Truck Park in Preston will be home to the Eurovision Food Truck Party, with various food trucks offering culturally diverse culinary experiences; pair that with Eurovision, and you’ve got Abba-esque Wiener Schnitzels with Calzone and a whole lotta yay!
In Canberra, Smith’s alternative bookshop will be hosting comedian Thao Thanh Cao’s Appropriately Inappropriate, so if you’re after a bit of a laugh from cleverly dry humour, definitely check out out.
In Sydney, The great Louis Armstrong’s grandson Herb Armstrong will be bringing some gorgeous Jazz this weekend at Colbourne Avenue for that true New Orleans vibe.
What’s on around Town?
In Melbourne, it’s Good Beer Week at the Grosvenor Hotel, so get your hands on some awesome craft beer and some cracking beef pies, perfectly paired with some high velocity English football.
In Brisbane, the Frock Up Fair at the Mount Gravatt Showgrounds sees a massive collection of vintage apparell on offer, so if you’re in an op shopping mood, definitely worth the visit.
If you’re in Perth and haven’t taken your dog for a walk in some while, you should this weekend at the RSPCA Million Paws Walk at Sir James Mitchell Park to raise money for animal protection, so treat your dog in the biggest dog walk of the year.
If you’re in Brisbane and need a something to top of your morning surf, check out Ltd Espresso brew bar, attention to detail is what they’re all about.
In Melbourne, Hardware Société delivers a charming little atmosphere with plenty of treats and a fresh and vibrant menu to start your Sunday off with a bang.
In Sydney, Porch and Parlour offer a deliciously exciting menu that can serve as the perfect icing on a sun baked morning at Bondi; they do an awesome Argentinian style steak sanga that, if you’re super hungry, is definitely worthy of seconds.