Football is officially back, and there are many mouth-watering matches across the major European leagues to be played on Saturday and Sunday.
With English Premier League entering its second week, Bundesliga and Serie A officially kicking off this weekend.
Eight English Premier League matches will be played this weekend including the clash between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.
Premier League Fixtures
Everton kick off the string of Saturday fixtures with an early kick-off at 2.30 PM as they welcome West Bromwich Albion at Goodison Park.
Carlo Ancelloti’s side beat Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham 1-0 away on the opening weekend and are seeking to continue their perfect start to their season.
West Brom will need to redeem themselves after losing 3-0 to Leicester City on opening weekend.
Leeds and Fulham clash at 5pm as both sides look for their first wins of the season after both teams lost 4-3 and 3-0 to Liverpool and Arsenal respectively.
Manchester United begin their season at Old Trafford as they welcome Crystal Palace who beat Southampton 1-0 in their first match of the 2020/2021 season.
Donny van de Beek is in line to make his debut in their Premier League season opener against Roy Hodgson’s side.
High flying Arsenal welcome West Ham to the Emirates in their late kick-off game at 10.00pm.
On Sunday, Southampton welcome Tottenham on the EPL’s Sunday early kick-off as Newcastle play Brighton as Leicester take on Burnley.
The weekend’s the biggest game of the day will see Chelsea battle it out with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.
Serie A and La Liga
Germany and Italy leagues are officially starting this weekend with La Liga entering its second week.
Saturday La Liga Matches are Villarreal vs Eibar at 5PM; Getafe vs Osasuna at 7.30PM and Celta Vigo vs Valencia at 10PM.
In Italy only two matches have been slated for Saturday as Fiorentina start off the season with a match at home against Torino at 7PM as Roma travel to Verona for a late kick off at 21:45PM.