After a first major tournament semi-final since 1996, England were flying high following the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and the positivity only grew when both European finals in the domestic season were all-English affairs.
The first ever UEFA Nations League finals will commence in Portugal tomorrow morning with the hosts facing Switzerland in the opening semi-final before Netherlands and England and face-off on Friday to determine who will play for the inaugural trophy.
Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool will meet in the UEFA Champions League Final on Sunday morning (AEST) at Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid in the first all-English final in 11 years, with both clubs looking to clinch their first piece of silverware in some time.
Liverpool and Chelsea will meet once again at Anfield this weekend, with obvious ramifications for both sides on this game, with the Reds chasing the title and the Blues flirting with another season in the Europa League.
After finishing as the runner-up in last years A-League Grand Final, Ernie Merrick’s Newcastle Jets have endured a disappointing 2018/19 campaign and look set to miss out on a return to the post-season.