We have got big games all over the Europe this weekend, and as a football fan, it’s no less than a blessing.
1. Barcelona vs Sevilla
Barcelona are having a wonderful start to their La Liga campaign as they stand 8 points adrift their fierce rivals Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid. Having only conceded three times in 10 matches, Barcelona are also having a great season defensively. Sevilla are one point behind both the Madrid sides and are expected to give a tough contest to Barcelona.
Messi is the top scorer in La Liga this season with 12 goals and stopping Messi will be the first priority for the Sevilla defense. Messi will also be playing his 600th official match for Barcelona.
Will Barcelona continue their unbeaten run in La Liga?
2. Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund
This match is no less than El Clasico, as two giants face each other for the first time this season. Bayern Munich are 3 points ahead of Dortmund, and this match should be crucial to determining the top spot at least for a week.
This will also be a clash between top scorers in Bundesliga, Robert Lewandowski and Aubameyang. Both of them has scored 10 goals for their team in the league and will be looking to increase their goal tally in the race for the Golden Boot.
3. Manchester City vs Arsenal
Manchester City are having a historic start to the Premier League campaign with their unbeaten run and world-class attack. Manchester City have scored 35 goals in 10 matches and has only conceded six in the process. Arsenal are 9 points behind the league leaders and will be hoping to turn their season on with a win over rivals City.
Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling each has scored 7 goals for City, only behind Harry Kane on the top-scoring list. Leroy Sane and Gabriel Jesus have also bagged 6 goals each in the process. For Arsenal, new signing Lacazette has scored 5 goals.
4. Manchester United vs Chelsea
Manchester United hoping to continue their Champions League form. (P.C. Manchester United)Manchester United after starting the Premier League campaign wonderfully tasted a bitter defeat against unlikely Huddersfield which kept them 5 points beneath from City. But, after beating Tottenham and Benefica, they are coming with a good confidence to the match and will be hoping to continue their title chase.
Chelsea, on the other hand, are 4 points behind United and will be hoping to keep the title race wide open with the win over United.Both teams will also be looking forward to the result of Arsenal and City which will be affecting them, and it’s sure the top of the table will see some changes in the coming week. Romelu Lukaku scored 6 goals in 6 games in September and is currently in the goalless run of 6 matches.
Will Lukaku strike to take United to the victory?