After an exciting season so far, English Premiership football will be taking a break this weekend due to the staging of 4th round of the FA Cup. Premiership football will resume on Tuesday 30th with some great fixtures including Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United.
Valencia v Real Madrid, Kick-Off 1515hrs 27th January
In La Liga, third place Valencia take on Real Madrid, who are currently themselves in fourth place. Having played one game less than their opponents, Real could close the gap to two points between the two teams with a win this weekend. Real and Valencia have been fairly well-matched during their last five meetings and, the last time the pair met, they drew 2-2 at Santiago Bernabéu, thanks to a terrific effort by Marco Asensio, who netted both goals for Real back in August. Valencia has been on good form this season, having drawn 1-1 with current leaders, Barcelona, back in November. Real will be missing the efforts of Dani Ceballos and Jesús Vallejo, who are both injured and will miss this important game. Playing at home this weekend might give the Valencians the edge. The game kicks off at 15:15 GMT on Saturday 27th January.
AC Milan v SS Lazio, Kick-Off 1700hrs 28th January
Lazio travels to San Siro to face AC Milan in Serie A. Currently seventh in the table, the red and blacks are 12 points behind their third-place visitors with a game in hand. While Milan won the last game that they played at home, Lazio are a team who are formidable when playing away, having been victorious in 6 out of their last ten away matches. Lazio seems to be on particularly good form right now, and they have won four out of their last five fixtures. When the pair last played each other, Lazio hammered AC Milan 4-0, and top scorer Ciro Immobile will be determined to add to his current streak of 20 goals in 20 matches. The game begins at 17:00 GMT on Sunday 28th January.
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RasenBallsport Leipzig v Hamburger SV, Kick-Off 1430hrs 27th January
While all the Bundesliga teams are trailing first-placed Bayern Munich by at least sixteen points, Bayer, Schalke 04, and RB Leipzig are sitting second, third and fourth on an even 31 points. Leipzig has the opportunity this weekend to jump to second place with a victory over 17th-placed Hamburger SV. Although this will most-likely be a straightforward task for Liverpool-bound star player, Naby Keita, and his teammates in front of a home crowd at the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig, Hamburger SV caused Leipzig serious upset when the pair met in February 2017, beating them 3-0. The game kicks off at 14:30 GMT on Saturday 27th.
Marseille v Monaco, Kick-Off 2000hrs 28th January
Third-placed Marseille takes on fourth-placed Monaco in Ligue 1 on Sunday 28th at home, in the Stade Vélodrome. Although merely one point separates the two teams, Monaco have been the victors of the previous five games between the pair, most recently thrashing Marseille 6-1 back in August. Both teams have practically a full squad to choose from with a handful of injuries between the two. That said, however, Marseille will be lamenting the absence of Jordan Amavi for this decisive game, who is out with a torn muscle. The battle for third place begins at 20:00 GMT.
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