Top 6 games to look out for this weekend

These are the top six games to look out for this weekend

Saturday, March 10

Manchester United vs Liverpool (Premier League) 1:30PM

The rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool can be adapted into a movie series, as both rivals have a rich history and trophies to argue who is the superior team in England.

United welcome the Reds to Old Trafford with just two points separating both sides in second and third.

This, however, is a game more than just three more points, and expect to see both teams fuelled up by the passion of their managers.

Liverpool are on a great run of form coming into this game, however, Manchester United's late come back against Crystal Palace could just be the tonic to lift the players ahead of this encounter.

This is the biggest game of the weekend, so expect to be entertained.

2. Sevilla vs Valencia (La Liga) 4:15PM

Fifth-placed Sevilla welcomes Valencia to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan with just eight points separating both sides.

Sevilla travels to face Manchester United on Tuesday in the Champions League, but if they are to qualify for Europe from the League, nothing short of three points is needed to reduce the eight-point gap with Valencia.

Valencia comes into this fixture with four wins in their last five matches and aware that victory against their nearest rivals will all but guarantee a Champions League playoff spot next season.

For followers of La Liga, this is the biggest game in Spain this weekend, sit down and enjoy.

Sunday, March 11

3. Rangers vs Celtic (Scottish Premiership) 1:00PM

When Glasgow sides Rangers and Celtic clash for the 'Old firm Derby' it is not 'just' a football match, as the game has political, social and religious sentiments from both sets of the supporters.

The two powerhouses of Scottish football clash on Sunday, with Celtic ahead of Rangers with six points, which will count for nothing when career-ending tackles are traded as both sides defend the pride of their teams.

If you like your football with a supercharged atmosphere this is the game for you, expect a fiery atmosphere and ear deafening noises from the Ibrox Stadium.

4. Arsenal vs Watford (Premier League) 2:30PM

Arsenal versus Watford is not a big game, but with Arsenals ever propensity to implode, this should be an interesting game to watch if you are a neutral.

This will be Arsenal's first game at the Emirates since they were given a football lesson at the Emirates by Manchester City.

The loss to Brighton & Hove Albion made some supporters request that Arsene Wenger is replaced as soon as possible, with several high profile managers shortlisted, but after defeating AC Milan in the Europa League, some supporters are of the opinion that the French man is still the right man for Arsenal.

A resurgent Watford unbeaten in their last two matches could cause Arsenal problems, especially if the supporters are restless, for neutrals this is a good game to watch.

5. Borussia Dortmund vs Eintracht Frankfurt (Bundesliga) 6:00PM

There are no big matches is Germany again, as Bayern Munich bully the other 17 teams to the league every season.

However, third-placed Dortmund host fourth-placed Frankfurt in Germany's 'big' game for the weekend.

Both sides are level on points and are separated by a larger positive goal difference by Dortmund.

Frankfurt are surprisingly chasing a Champions League spot to show for their good season and will be favorites against Dortmund who come into this fixture with consecutive draws in the Bundesliga and a defeat in their midweek Europa League game.

For lovers of German football, this is the game to watch, as both teams fight for the right to represent Germany in Europe next season.

6. Inter vs SSC Napoli (Serie A) 8:45

Defeat to Napoli last week has seen their lead in the Serie A reduced to just one point, and now travel to face Inter Milan at the San Siro needing three points to guarantee top spot for the weekend.

An inconsistency in form has seen Inter Milan drop from the Champions League spot and also need three points to maintain pressure on Lazio currently placed fourth.

For lovers of the Italian Serie A, this is the game to watch.

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