Chelsea welcome League One side Peterborough United to Stamford Bridge for their third round FA Cup tie.
Barcelona welcome an in-form Espanyol side to Nou Camp for what promises to be an exciting Catalan Derby, as they look to end the calendar year with their first home Liga victory since October.
League leaders Chelsea welcome fierce rivals Tottenham Hotspur who are looking to get back to winning ways after being knocked out of the Champions League by Monaco.
Sunderland host Chelsea at the Stadium Of Light on Saturday as they look for a valuable victory to help keep them alive in the Premier League for next season.
Real Madrid host Manchester City in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League Semi-final at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Southampton host Champions League semifinalists Manchester City on Sunday hoping to gain maximum points and get closer to securing a Europa League spot.
Looking to maintain his 100% win record since taking over the reins from Rafael Benitez, Zinedine Zidane and his team travel to Real Betis in a bid to keep up Barcelona and Atletico Madrid in the Spanish La Liga.
Tottenham Hotspur V Manchester City White Hart Lane, London January 30, 2014 13:30 GMT This week we witness a very crucial fixture between two giants vying for a top four finish. One that is well within the reach and another that is just outside due to a poorer goal difference. The previous fixture at the Ethihad is something the Lilywhites would long to forget. It’s not every day that a topflight premier league team beats another by margins as big as six goals. However a win in this fixture would pretty much make or break a team’s season. Manchester City look like they are about to pull off what they did two seasons ago i.e. steal the title from Arsenal like they did from Manchester United. With just a point separating them from the league leaders, City needs this point to maintain the gap and hope for Arsenal to slip so that they may capitalize on the opportunity. […]
Bundesliga kicks off this week. Who's going to Europe, who's going down, and who's going home with the silverware? THT has your 2013/14 Bundesliga predictions.
Manchester United host struggling Sunderland and will be keen to consolidate their position at the top of the table. TheHardTackle previews the game.