Genk v Liverpool, Wednesday October 23, 15:00, Luminus Arena.After a three week break, the Champions League group stages return with competition holders Liverpool still having some work to do in their group and they face a tricky trip to Belgian side Genk.
Slavia Prague vs Barcelona, Wednesday October 23rd, 15:00, Sinobo Stadium. Barcelona and SlaviaPrague face off in what could be a potential banana skin for the Spaniards, but despite the potential risk they are still the clear favourites for the win in this game.
Ajax v Chelsea, Wednesday October 23, 12:55, Johan Cruijff Arena.The Champions League returns this midweek in one of the most finely poised groups in the competitions, as Frank Lampard’s Chelsea travel to Dutch champions and last season’s beaten semi-finalists Ajax.
Juventus vsLokomotiv Moscow, Tuesday October 22nd, 15:00, Juventus Stadium. This pits one of the favourites for the Champions League against a side that may hope to finish in the Europa League spot in this rather difficult group, but it certainly doesn’t mean that this game will be a walk over for the Old Lady.
Tottenham v Crvena Zvezda, Tuesday October 22nd,15:00, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.The Champions League returns this midweek following a three-week break with an in-form Crvena Zvezda - rank outsiders in the group - travelling to a badly out of form Tottenham, who have now lost four of their last five matches.
Man United v Liverpool, Sunday October 20, 11:30 AM, Old Trafford.The standout match of the Premier League weekend sees the nation’s two traditional giants go head-to-head in Manchester as an out-of-form United play host to league leaders Liverpool.
Crystal Palace vs Manchester City, Saturday October 19th, 12:30, Selhurst Park. Man City have always found Selhurst Park a tough place to win, even though they’ve always found a way to get through without dropping many points but given the starts these two have had, is this the chance for Palace to get a win?
Tottenham vs Watford, Saturday October 19th, 10:00 AM, New Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. This is the perfect opportunity for Spurs to bounce back from their recent poor form against a Watford side that perhaps wouldn’t pose as big a threat as they would have earlier in the season.