Norwich vs Manchester United, Sunday October 24th,11:30 AM, Carrow Road. Manchester United showed signs of life against Liverpool last time out but Norwich City have beaten better teams than the Red Devils already this season.
Liverpool vs Tottenham, Sunday October 27th, 11:30 AM, Anfield. This could prove to be one of the most important games of the season so early on as in form Liverpool take on a Tottenham side that cannot buy a win for love or money, yet have a good record away at top Premier League clubs so far this season.
Arsenal v Crystal Palace, Sunday October 27, 11:30, Emirates Stadium.One of the standout games of the Premier League weekend sees high-flying Crystal Palace travel to an Arsenal side who are trying to consolidate their position in the top four.
Burnley vs Chelsea, Saturday October 25th, 12:30, Turf Moor. A tough fixture for both sides as Burnley look to take the scalp of a top six team for the first time in a long while, while this young Chelsea side and their inexperienced manager will see this as a major test of their mental toughness and strength in tough situations.
Man City v Aston Villa, Saturday October 26, 07:30, Etihad Stadium.The Premier Leaguecontinues this weekend with champions Manchester City playing host to an in-form Aston Villa side in the early kick-off on Saturday, with the hosts looking to apply pressure to league leaders Liverpool.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Standard Liege, Thursday October 24th, 15:00, Commerzbank-Arena. The Bundesliga side and their Belgian visitors have been evenly matched in Group F so far – will that continue, or can either team pull away?
Arsenal v Vitoria, Thursday October 24, 15:00, Emirates Stadium. This week sees the return of the Europa League group stages with this round of matches marking the halfway point in the groups, with Arsenal on course to reach the last 32 with relative ease.
Celtic vs Lazio, Thursday October 24th, 15:00, Celtic Park. A European night at Celtic is always something that will get you on the edge of your seat, but will this test of a top Serie A side in this Lazio team be slightly too much for the Scottish champions?
Porto v Rangers, Thursday October 24, 12:55, Estádio Do Dragão. The Europa League group stage returns this week with its third round of matches and one of the most finely balanced and interesting groups including Portuguese giants Porto and Rangers of Scotland.
Partizan vs Man United, Thursday January 24th, 15:05, Partizan Stadium.With Man United in full on crisis mode, this could be a huge game in the future of the club and of manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer and a loss here would almost certainly push the Red Devils’ board to look at other options across the continent.