These are the blockbuster clashes we’ve picked out for you from across the continent with some of the best betting offers.
Premier League: Manchester United v Chelsea, Sunday 2.05pm
Not quite the top of the table clash we’ve become accustomed to but this match could be crucial in how the top four shapes up this year. With both sides losing two of their last three league games, three points in Sunday’s clash could prove to be a springboard for either side’s aspiration of a ‘silver medal’ this year.
Despite Antonio Conte’s team’s heroics against Barcelona on Tuesday, Old Trafford remains a daunting obstacle with Manchester United undefeated in 29 of their last 30 home matches and Chelsea not having won there since 2013.
La Liga: Sevilla v Atletico Madrid, Sunday 7.45pm
Sevilla are another side with a strong home record but their resolve will be put to the test by high-flying Atletico Madrid who have won all five of their last five games and will be out for revenge following their elimination at the hands of the Andalusian team in the Copa del Rey in January.
Don’t bet on there being a lot of goals, but expect a high-quality clash between two sides regaining their best form after indifferent starts to the season
Serie A: AS Roma v AC Milan, Saturday 7.45pm
AC Milan have been below expectations so far this year given their huge summer outlay but seven wins from a run of ten games unbeaten means they are the form side coming into this one.
The Rossoneri have only lost three times since Gennaro Gattuso took charge in November but their recent history in this clash is not good – they have failed to beat Roma since May 2015.
Keep an eye out for Roma’s young Turkish winger Cengiz Ünder who has scored four goals and bagged an assist in his last three league games. He’s taken time to settle since his summer move from Başakşehir but could Eusebio Di Francesco now have a long-term replacement for Mo Salah on his hands?
Bundesliga 1: Bayer 04 Leverkusen v FC Schalke 04, Sunday 2.30pm
A single point separates Bayer Leverkusen in fourth from Schalke in sixth but both could leap as high as second with a win on Sunday in what is proving to be an incredibly tight Bundesliga campaign this year.
Both sides also come into this game on the back of identical form, with two wins and a defeat each so there is very little between them.
Leverkusen do have the edge in terms of goal scoring, racking up seven more goals than Schalke thanks to the firepower offered by exciting winger Leon Bailey who scored his ninth of the season last time out against Hamburg. This will surely be a game for his suitors to keep an eye on.
Ligue 1: Paris Saint-Germain v Olympique Marseille, Sunday 8pm
In France, they do not get any bigger than this one. ‘Le Classique’ may have lost its way in terms of great European derbies in recent years but Marseille’s renaissance means PSG have to take this one seriously.
The south coast team haven’t tasted victory over their wealthy rivals since November 2011 but they are unbeaten this calendar year and in Florian Thauvin, they have one of the in-form players in Europe right now.
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