Paris Saint-Germain can end the league race in France, but there is little separating the top teams in Germany and England as those competitions enter the final stretch.
Ligue 1: There are multiple scenarios that would give Paris Saint-Germain its sixth French title in seven seasons Sunday, but the one PSG favors features a win over visiting Monaco, the only other team to win the French first division since 2013 (BeIN Sports, noon PDT). PSG, which entered the weekend with a 17-point lead over second-place Lille, can also claim the trophy with a draw of its own or a Lille loss or draw at Toulouse earlier Sunday.
Bundesliga: Defending champion Bayern Munich holds a one-point lead over second-place Borussia Dortmund atop the German table with five games remaining, leaving it no room for error Saturday when it plays host to Werder Bremen, a team it has beaten in their last nine meetings (FS1, Fox Deportes, 6:30 a.m. PDT). Dortmund will be watching that one as part of its preparation for Sunday’s road match at Freiburg (FS1, UDN, 6:30 a.m. PDT). Dortmund is 13-0-2 against Freiburg in their last 15 league matches.