The attention in the world of football is going to shift again this weekend.
For the past few days, football action shifted to the Euro 2020 and the AFCON qualifiers. There were some friendly games in the mix too.
However, there’ll be nothing friendly about the games set to come in the coming days, especially the ones in Europe’s top five leagues.
The football season in Europe is drawing to an end. And while some are scrambling for points to avoid relegation, others are slugging it out for titles.
As you anticipate the return of club football, here are some events to cash in on this weekend:
Inter vs. Lazio
Juventus has run away with the Serie A title.
However, the battle for a top-four finish continues just below the Old Lady. And this game will go a long way in deciding what the table will look like at the end of the season.
Will it be yet another win for Inter Milan?
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Inter Milan remain unbeaten in nine of their last 10 games. SS Lazio has not lost a Serie A game in over a month now. A win for Inter will see them cement their third place spot. Lazio need to win to climb into the top four.
Liverpool vs. Tottenham
The Reds are still chasing a first Premier League. And they can move even closer to that feat with a win over Spurs.
Playing at Anfield is an advantage for Liverpool because they haven’t lost a league game there in over 30 games.
Tottenham has only won one of their last five games in all competitions. And that was their Champions League game against Borussia Dortmund. Mauricio Pochettino’s men have failed to win any of their last four PL games.
Will this game feature more than three goals?
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Orlando City vs. DC United
Wayne Rooney’s MLS side have started the football season with a big bang. Currently leading the standings in their conference, DC United have now played three games this new season, scored seven times and kept a clean sheet in all games.
Will both teams score in this fixture?
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Barcelona vs. Espanyol
The last time Espanyol won a “derbi Barceloni” was back in 2009. Since then, the fixture has been largely dominated by Barcelona. And that trend may just continue in this game.
For Barcelona, they’ve scored an average of three goals/home game in the La Liga this season.
These are just some of the football events set to go down this weekend as club football returns.
Which of these games will you bet on? Who are you backing this weekend? Leave us your comments and share your thoughts with us.