The international break is now long gone!
There won’t be another one until the next month. That’s more than enough reason to celebrate. But there’s more.
Starting this weekend, club football will be returning with a bang. The top 5 leagues in Europe will feature a number of games before the action continues the following week with UCL football then league action again then cup games follow.
The league scene’s about to get heated up with action and we know you can’t wait to cash in on all the action. That’s why we’ve combed through the upcoming action and we’ve selected some games you should add to your bet ticket this weekend.
Chelsea vs. Manchester United
Jose Mourinho and Manchester United have been in the news for all the bad reasons recently. The Portuguese manager has come under fire for his treatment of players and comments about, literally everything. But having come from 2 goals down to defeat Newcastle, United look like they have found their mojo.
But games just after the international break can be pretty tricky. Under Mourinho, the Red Devils have faced opposition from the top six immediately after an international break four times and have a record of W0, D3, L1.
They haven’t scored against the Blues in their past four away meetings.
Can Mourinho turn things around in this game?
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Barcelona vs. Sevilla
The highest scoring side in the La Liga this season hosts the second highest scoring side in the league. This top-of-the-table encounter see both sides battle for a chance to garner more points and extend their lead at the top of the table.
Barcelona are currently on a four-game winless draw, three of which ended in score draws. Sevilla, on the other hand, have enjoyed massive victories already this season, including that 3-0 win over Real Madrid.
Can they capitalize on Barcelona’s poor run of form to win this game?
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Inter vs. Milan
It may be third versus tenth in the Serie A this weekend, but it doesn’t change the fact that this is a derby. Not just any derby, the Milan derby (Derby Della Madonnina).
With both sides sharing the San Siro stadium, there won’t be much to separate the two sides as regards home advantage – although more Inter Milan fans will be in the stadium on Sunday night.
AC Milan, are perfectly poised going into this one, as they’ve only lost a game all season long. For Inter, they’re currently on a six-game winning streak in all competitions.
Can both sides score in this fixture?
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