The international break is over and #TheBeautifulGame is back. The weekend will kick off with the biggest clash of the weekend where the blue side of London will come face to face with the red devils from the red side of Manchester.
The Blues will look to maintain their unbeaten streak this season with a win against the Red Devils. The encounter proves to be a feisty one because Man U intends to close the gap so that they avoid losing ground on teams fighting for the champions league spot.
The encounter will kick off at 1430 HRS EAT in Stamford Bridge.
Later on Man City will battle with Burnley at 1700HRS at the Etihad Stadium. The Cityzens hope to maintain their good form. Manchester City are joint table-toppers with both Chelsea and Liverpool, all teams having garnered 20 points.
In the John Smith’s Stadium at 1930HRS, Huddersfield, who are yet to register a win this season will welcome high-flying Liverpool. Huddersfield will be hoping to come out with at least a point against the reds of Anfield.
At 2145HRS, the La Liga leaders, Sevilla will battle it out with Barcelona in the Camp Nou. Barcelona is currently sitting in the second place with only a point separating them.
Atletico Madrid who have equal point to Barcelona will be on the road to face the struggling Villareal. Atletico Madrid will hope to win that encounter to continue piling pressure on the Sevilla and Barcelona.
Real Madrid who continue to struggle, without Ronaldo, are currently sitting in the fourth position with 14 points, 2 points behind Sevilla and a point behind Barcelona and Atletico. The Galacticos will welcome Levante at the Santiago Barnabeu and will be hoping for not less than three points.
On Sunday, the most captivating encounter will be between the two Milans, Inter Milan and AC Milan. The two bitter rivals will battle it out on the turf of Giuseppe Meazza at 2130HRS.
On Monday night, Arsenal will hope to continue their good run of form under their new coach Unai Emery when they welcome Leicester City to the Emirates Stadium.