Manchester United will be on a high after their recent exploits in the Europa League and the Premier League, but Tony Pulis's West Bromwich Albion are not an easy side to beat -- especially at home.
Avoiding relegation is the main target for Atalanta who have won none of their last 12 games. They are only seven points away from the drop zone. Edy Reja’s side have only picked up three points from the last five games and are yet to win in 2016
Maurizio Sarri has had a difficult time over the last couple of weeks, and the Napoli boss will frantically be looking to get his team back to the winning ways, in the home match against Chievo on Saturday.
Although Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal have played each other 150 times in the past, this weekend's game has a special significance with the Premier League title potentially on the line. Ahead of Saturday's derby, TheHardTackle takes a look back at some of the best encounters between the two sides over the years.
With the Bundesliga reaching it's business end of the season, two of it's biggest teams -- Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich -- are ready to face off in a clash that could potentially decide the title.
Guus Hiddink has turned Chelsea's fortunes around in the Premier League since his arrival in December, and after winning back-to-back league games for the first time last weekend, the Blues will look to extend their run of good form with a win at Carrow Road.
Juventus have already shown their supremacy over Inter Milan, having scored five goals against Roberto Mancini's side, in the last couple of matches in all competitions.
The vital clash between second-placed Napoli and Fiorentina, who are in third place, will take place on Monday night.
Arsenal are confronted with the daunting task of getting all three points at Old Trafford as the business end of the season gets underway. Leicester City are currently running away with the title, and have a five-point lead at the top. As such, even a draw may not be good enough for Wenger's men in Sunday's blockbuster clash.
For Liverpool fans, the wait is finally over. The Reds face the might of Manuel Pellegrini's Manchester City at Wembley in the Capital One Cup final on Sunday, as they look to win their first piece of silverware since 2012.