It's May. For most leagues in Europe, it's the final month of competitive football and with lots at stake, the drama mostly heightens.
These are what lies ahead for two of the most monitored European leagues.
The UAAP is in its final set of matches this week before the postseason begins next week. Right now, there is not much clarity as to what is the set of postseason matchups in both men's and women's football. This is a way to provide clarity for the situation for those who might need it.
Here are the current men's football standings:
The second ever winner of the PFF-SMART Club Nationals will be decided on Saturday evening at the hallowed Rizal Memorial Stadium.
It has been an interesting AFF Suzuki Cup so far, with virtually interesting and fascinating matches that have resulted in exciting results with one matchday remaining, November 30 in Thailand and December 1 in Malaysia.
Here's a look at what each of the eight nations can do if they have dreams of hosting a home game one week later...
Now there is more reason for celebration for football fans in the Philippines.
The country moves up into a tie with Kazakhstan at 147th overall with the release of the FIFA/Coca-Cola Rankings for October on Wednesday afternoon. That is the highest the Philippines has ever been since the ranking's inception.
Group E: Chelsea FC, Juventus, Nordsjælland, Shaktar Donetsk
Group A: GNK Dinamo Zagreb (CRO), Dynamo Kyiv (UKR), Paris Saint-Germain (FRA), Porto (POR)
The Barclays Premier League is about to start this weekend, with six matches kicking off on Saturday night until the big one on Tuesday morning (all in Manila time). With all the drama from the last season as compelling as the telenovela dramas people watch on the tellys, it has heightened anticipation amongst fans worldwide.