The next (and last) international break comes up next weekend.
All club games will be suspended for the UEFA Nations League, CAF AFCON qualifiers and all. But until then we have this weekend and the many blockbuster games set to be played.
Friday is the perfect time to create that bet slip/ticket and also avoid the Saturday rush. But what games are there to be played this weekend? What games should you look out for?
CAF Champions League final (2nd Leg)
In an earlier blog post, we asked who will win the first leg of the CAF Champions League. Al Ahly did that comprehensively in Egypt by winning 3-1. Esperance of Tunisia now has it all to fight for in this second leg.
Not only must they score two goals, they have to shut the Egyptians out.
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Although Manchester United’s last gasp win over Juventus came via an own goal, it doesn’t matter now. It’s a result that gives the Red Devils confidence and puts them in a perfect position to face table toppers, Manchester City.
City also won via a large margin in their UCL clash. The stage is well set up for the fireworks to go off on Sunday at the Etihad Stadium. Derbies in football are usually hard to predict and this one won’t be different.
On one side, you have an unbeaten Manchester City. On the other, you have a United team that has not lost a Premier League game for over a month.
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AC Milan vs. Juventus
Another major game set to be played on Sunday. San Siro will play host to yet another meeting between two if Italy’s most successful football clubs.
The last time both sides faced off was in the Coppa Italia earlier their year. AC Milan suffered a 4-0 loss at the hands of the Old Lady. With AC Milan in fourth, a win over Juventus could see them close the gap on third-place Napoli.
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AFC Champions League (2nd Leg)
Persepolis takes a 2-0 deficit to Iran in the second leg of their Champions League encounter with Kashima Antlers. Scoring at home has not been much of a big deal for the Iranians. They’ve only failed to score in 2 of their last 20 games at home in all competitions.
An unbeaten Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga will face Bayern Munich this Saturday. With 30 goals scored in the league so far, Dortmund is the highest scoring side in the league.
But they will have to deal with Bayern Munich’s best away form in the season: the Bavarians have won 12 points from the 5 away games they’ve played this season. It’s the 98th “German Clasico,” something that has been largely dominated by Bayern Munich.
Which of these teams will you be backing in your accumulator bet this weekend? Share your thoughts with us by leaving us your comments.