It's another busy weekend in the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue 1, with 49 games taking place between Friday 24 and Monday 27 November.
Premier League - Liverpool vs Chelsea Kick-Off 1730hrs 25th November
With three consecutive league wins under their belt, victory for Liverpool at home to Chelsea on Saturday will bring them level on points with their south London rivals.
Recovering after a health scare, manager Jurgen Klopp will be hoping for a repeat of last season's 2-1 victory over the 2016/17 champions, their first defeat under Antonio Conte.
Striker Mo Sallah became the Reds' leading scorer across all competitions with a storming performance against Southampton last weekend, while Alvaro Morata will be seeking his ninth goal for the Blues.
But, with each team also travelling abroad for Champions League fixtures this week, it could prove a testing game for both sides.
La Liga - Valencia vs Barcelona Kick-Off 1945hrs 26th November
It's 13 years since Valencia last claimed the La Liga title and, with just four points separating them and current leaders Barcelona, Sunday's showdown could well turn out to be a title decider.
The hosts are seeking a record nine wins in a row, while Barcelona will want to add to their own impressive start to the season, where they are unbeaten in 12 matches.
The decider could be missing central defender Gerard Pique who picked up a second yellow card in last weekend's victory over Leganes - an absence only negated by Luis Suarez's welcome return to form.
Serie A - Lazio vs Fiorentina Kick-Off 1700hrs 26th November
Lazio are aiming to shrug off last weekend's derby defeat at Roma to regain a top four spot in time for Christmas.
Leading goalscorer Ciro Immobile took advantage of a video referee decision to secure his 15th goal of the season, but his team will be hoping for a more impressive performance against a Fiorentina side currently languishing in mid-table.
And, with all attention currently focused on Juventus keeper Gianluigi Buffon and his imminent retirement, as well as Italy's recent failure to qualify for the World Cup, a victory for either side could see them climb quietly up the table, while their rivals are distracted elsewhere.
Bundesliga - Borussia Dortmund vs FC Schalke 04 Kick-Off 1430hrs 25th November
Just three points separate FC Schalke 04 and Borussia Dortmund in a closely contested Bundesliga, but Schalke boast the better form with four wins in their last five league matches.
Dortmund by comparison are without a win in their last five, and face tough opposition mid-week in the Champions League as they host Tottenham Hotspur.
Saturday's clash could also feature the return of striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who was dropped from Dortmund's last league game after turning up late to training, while Schalke will look to show Arsenal's Mesut Ozil - linked this week with a return to his former club - what he's missing out on.
Ligue 1 - Monaco vs Paris Saint Germain Kick-Off 2000hrs 26th November
It's the clash of the big two in Ligue 1 this Sunday as second placed Monaco go up against leaders Paris Saint Germain.
Six points currently separate the teams, but PSG looked impressive with a 4-1 victory against Nantes last weekend, while Monaco could only manage a 1-1 draw against relegation battlers Amiens.
Edinson Cavani has been the standout player for PSG so far this season, but Monaco will be hoping their own leading man, Radamel Falcao, will be able to add to his leading goalscorer tally following an injury absence.
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