April 7th, 2012

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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE
12:45 Sunderland - Tottenham H.
15:00 Bolton W. - Fulham
15:00 Chelsea - Wigan Athletic
15:00 Liverpool - Aston Villa
15:00 Norwich C. - Everton
15:00 West Bromwich A. - Blackburn R.
17:30 Stoke C. - Wolverhampton W.

BUNDESLIGA
15:30 1. FC Cologne - Werder Bremen
15:30 Bayern Munich - Augsburg
15:30 Freiburg - Nurnberg
15:30 Kaiserslautern - Hoffenheim
15:30 Stuttgart - Mainz
15:30 Wolfsburg - Borussia Dortmund
18:30 Monchengladbach - Hertha BSC

SERIE A
15:00 AC Milan - Fiorentina
15:00 Atalanta - Siena
15:00 Cagliari - Inter Milan
15:00 Cesena - Bologna
15:00 Chievo - Catania
15:00 Lecce - AS Roma
15:00 Novara - Genoa
15:00 Udinese - Parma
18:30 Palermo - Juventus
21:00 Lazio - Napoli

LA LIGA
18:00 Espanyol - Real Sociedad
18:00 Getafe - Sporting Gijon
18:00 Rayo Vallecano - Osasuna
20:00 Zaragoza - Barcelona
22:00 Real Betis - Villarreal

LIGUE 1
19:00 Ajaccio - Saint-Etienne
19:00 Brest - Lille
19:00 Dijon - Nancy
19:00 Evian Thonon Gaillar - Rennes
19:00 Montpellier - Sochaux
19:00 Valenciennes - Toulouse
21:00 Lyon - Auxerre

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Arsenal first team players Alex Song, Wojciech Szczesny, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Bacary Sagna learn ballet moves with dancers from the English National Ballet to promote New Citroën DS5.

Arsenal have a reputation for their graceful and classy style of play and that apparently translates rather well to ballet. In an ad for French (and thus Arsene Wenger approved) car maker Citroen, Wojciech Szczesny, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Alex Song and Bacary Sagna were paired off with ballerinas from the English National Ballet and put through their paces.

Some highlights: Alex Song's "What the f*** am I doing right now?" look at 30 seconds in, Oxlade-Chamberlain taking a peek under a tutu at 41 seconds and Szczesny's jump at 1:10.

It would've been so much better if it involved Andrei Arshavin, though.

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