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Mexicans Abroad Schedule: May 7-8

There are a few Mexicans within reach of titles this weekend. PSV can win the league (with some help) and Olympiacos will play in the Greek Cup Final. Raul Jimenez and Benfica can further stake their claim to a league title with another 3 points.

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(Kick off times are Eastern)


Saturday, May 7th

Borussia Dortmund vs Eintracht Frankfurt, 9:30am, Fox Sports 1 & FOX Sports GO

Bayer Leverkusen vs Borussia Monchengladbach, 9:30am, Fox Deportes & FOX Sports 2GO

FC Porto vs Rio Ave, 11:15am, Univision Deportes Network & FuboTV(Free Trial & Monthly Subscription)

GREEK CUP FINAL: Olympiacos vs AEK, 2pm

Toronto FC vs FC Dallas, 7:30pm, MLS Live

Sporting KC  vs Houston Dynamo, 8:30pm, MLS Live

Sunday, May 8th

PSV vs PEC Zwolle 8:30am, Univision Deportes Network & FuboTV(Free Trial & Monthly Subscription)

-PSV are level on points with Ajax but will need some help to win the title. Ajax have a 6 goal difference advantage and will need to drop points this weekend for PSV to have a shot at repeating as Eredivisie champions. First thing is first, PSV need to win against PEC. Expect Andres Guardado and Hector Moreno in the starting 11.

Deportivo vs Villarreal, 11am, BeIn Sports CONNECT USA  & FuboTV(Free Trial & Monthly Subscription)

Real Sociedad vs Rayo Vallecano, 11am, BeIn Sports CONNECT USA  & FuboTV(Free Trial & Monthly Subscription)

Malaga vs Celta Vigo, 11am, BeIn Sports CONNECT USA  & FuboTV(Free Trial & Monthly Subscription)

Uniao Madeira vs Boavista, 11am, FuboTV(Free Trial & Monthly Subscription)

Benfica vs Maritimo, 3:30pm, Univision Deportes Network & FuboTV(Free Trial & Monthly Subscription)

New England vs LA Galaxy, 3:30pm, Fox Sports 1 & Fox Deportes


Feel free to comment below as the weekend's games unfold. What game are you most looking forward to?