After midweek matches in Europe, these are the top six games to look out for this weekend.
Saturday, April 14
Now that Barcelona have been knocked out of the Champions League by Roma, they will give their full attention to La Liga.
A tough match this weekend against third-placed Valencia who have won their last five matches in a row.
Can Barcelona recover from their midweek disaster or will Valencia continue their good run of form? For La Liga followers this is the game to watch.
One thing that can be concluded from the three consecutive defeats suffered by Manchester City is that they are not invincible.
They face a Tottenham side that has won their last five matches in a row.
Pep Guardiola’s side will aim to finish the season strong and face a Tottenham side still in contention for a top place finish.
The match of the weekend in England, sit down and be entertained.
To start the weekend a bonus match between two attacking La Liga side.
Both sides sixth and seventh on the league table so there is plenty to play for as they both target Europe next season.
Sunday, April 15
Gennaro Gattuso’s AC Milan side have a slim chance at a Champions League ticket, but a win against title-chasing Napoli.
Napoli travels to the San Siro with the knowledge that they need a win to keep in touch with leaders Juventus.
Maurizio Sarri’s side are unbeaten in their last five matches and will be aiming for another victory over Milan.
The game of the weekend comes from the German Bundesliga, with the top two teams set to clash.
Just one point separates Schalke and Borussia Dortmund going into this weekend’s fixture.
Both sides have lost just once in their last four league fixtures and are still in contention for a Champions League ticket.
With Bayern Munich already crowned champions, this is the game to watch as both sides battle for the second spot.
The game of the weekend in Italy, a derby match with both sides level on points going into this weekends fixture.
Both sides come played in midweek but should count for little when they both take to the field.
Roma’s will have to be set aside their midweek heroics over Barcelona in midweek, in a game crucial to their European dreams next season.
Lazio have won their last two league matches coming into this, unlike Roma.
Expect fireworks and possibly career-ending tackles, for a lover of Serie A it is a must watch.
After spending an excess of £400m in the transfer window, the least Paris Saint-Germain can do is to wrap the league up in style.
Paris Saint-Germain host current champions Monaco this weekend with a 14 point gap the difference between the sides.
Both sides come into the encounter with similar form as they both have four wins from their last five league matches.
A win for Paris Saint-Germain means they will secure the league title from Monaco who won it last season.
For lovers of French football, the two big teams playing against each other should be a game to watch.