Here are the six league matches to watch this weekend
With all the leagues now in full swing along with the Champions League, football fans have a lot to catch up on this weekend. In such situations, we get confused about which matches to watch. Top clubs throughout Europe will be battling it out in their respective leagues and here we bring to you six matches that promise to be the most thrilling encounters.
Manchester United will be facing Everton tomorrow at 9:30 PM and Mourinho's men will be desperate for a win after drawing with Chelsea and losing to Juventus. Lingard, McTominay, Sanchez, and Valencia remain doubtful with their injuries and Martial might start the match once again. Everton have no injury woes and can give United reasons to worry with their enviable squad.
El Clasico is the biggest club football match in the world, and this time two legends of the feud, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi will be absent from the encounter. Barcelona clearly look the stronger side after having won against Inter Milan despite Messi's absence. Real are going through a rough patch, but all equations fade in such a big match.
After demolishing Red Star Belgrade in the UCL group-stage encounter, Klopp's men will be ready to climb to the number one position on the table before City face Spurs on Tuesday. Henderson, Keita, and Oxlade-Chamberlain remain unavailable to Klopp due to injury concerns. Cardiff have seen only one win in the season so far and it does not seem they will cause an upset.
Allegri has clearly mentioned that Cristiano Ronaldo will be playing in the match against Empoli. Juventus have won all their matches this season except last week's draw against Genoa. Mario Mandzukic, Sami Khedira and Emre Can remain unavailable. However, the present form of Paulo Dybala will ease tensions for Allegri, while their number seven is always just a second away from producing magic.
Chelsea have now drawn three matches so far and won all the rest, and they will be desperate to take one step closer to league leaders City and Liverpool, leading by two points. Hazard is suffering from a lower back issue and it remains to be seen if he gets fit in time for the encounter. Burnley's Lennon, Pope, and Gibson remain doubtful.
Arsenal have won their last eleven matches (in all competitions) and Emery's men will want to continue the streak when Crystal Palace host them tomorrow. Aubameyang should start the match ahead of Mkhitaryan considering his brilliant form. Benteke continues to heal from his knee surgery and will not be in the Palace squad. Ozil, Bellerin, and Iwobi will return after being rested against Lisbon.