Soccer. Who will accompany PSG, already crowned champion of France, in the Champions League, Monaco or Marseille? Will AS Saint-Étienne inherit the place of play-off in order to ensure its maintenance? Ligue 1 gives its final verdict on the last day of the championship.

Australia. Australians, tested by three years of repeated natural disasters and the Covid pandemic, will vote on Saturday in legislative elections which should be marked by a victory for Labor over the Conservatives in power for almost ten years. Polls have been predicting for several months the victory of the Labor Party whose leader, Anthony Albanese, more concerned about issues related to climate change than his opponent, Scott Morrison, seems well placed to become the next Prime Minister.

Soccer. The Catalan double or the return of the Lyonnaises? The Women’s Champions League final on Saturday (7 p.m.) in Turin offers a high-flying duel between Barcelona, ​​unstoppable defending champion, and Lyon, a benchmark club determined to reclaim its throne. After having abandoned all their titles in 2021, in France and in Europe, the Lyonnaises are close to regaining the heights. And to reaffirm their continental supremacy, they could not have dreamed of a better poster. FC Barcelona – Olympique Lyonnais is the ultimate challenge for both teams: a Spanish victory against the seven-time winner of the event would permanently install Barça in the continental landscape; a French success would restore the relentless hierarchy of the last decade, marked by seven coronations in ten seasons for the “Fenottes”.