Club Football Returns After The International Break

Club football resumed after the international break after the likes of Holland, Italy and co failed to qualify for the final in Russia.

A lunchtime London derby kicks off between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspurs.

The North London clubs will lock horns when they face each other for the first time this season in a mouthwatering derby.

Pochetino’s men will hope to continue their impressive run form to the season by putting the Gunners behind them.

It takes two to tangle when it comes to London derby but the Gunners will be under pressure due to their slow start to the season but they cannot afford to lose in the front of their home crowd and they will want to make it a home of hell for Tottenham Hotspurs.

In the other matches Newcastle United visit Oldtraford while West Bromwich Albion host Chelsea Fc, Leicester welcome the undefeated Man city, Liverpool Vs Southampton, Burnley Vs Swansea City, Crystal Palace will battle it out with Everton.

That’s how far we can go for the Premier League fixture.

Laliga also returns to action this weekend and we are faced with Madrid derby, as Athletico Madrid host Real Madrid.

The two Madrid clubs have been struggling since the beginning of the season, with the news surrounding Real Madrid, Cristian Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos it might give the derby another twist.

Zinedine Zidane’s men are struggling both in the domestic league and in Europe, the Madrid derby may uplift their spirit as they may draw some strength from it.

League leader Barcelona will visit Leganes to continue their good run of form as they look to extend the gap between them and Real Madrid.



Lemebri Michael sports writer for


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