We preview Friday night's key Serie A clash between Napoli and Inter Milan
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.
Chile and Colombia face each other in what is one of the most important fixtures in the CONMEBOL world cup qualifiers on Thursday evening.
Jorge Sampaoli's high flying Sevilla will welcome a wounded Barcelona side who will look to try and get back to winning ways against a side that is yet to be defeated at home this season.
Real Madrid host 13th placed Espanyol as they look to close the gap with Barcelona and Atletico Madrid at the top of the table.
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.
Both Nicolas Anelka and Marco Materazzi have failed to get off to a flying start this season and will be looking to make an emphatic statement of intent at the D. Y. Patil Stadium.
Three games into the Premier League this season, Manchester United find themselves in a pretty reasonable position with a total of seven points, while last year’s champions Chelsea struggle to get into single digits, ranking 10th in the table just below Arsenal with four points. Even though the table boasts vast improvements from the single point that United managed in Louis Van Gaal’s first three games last season, the results have been fortuitous than anything else. Defensively definitely more astute yet creatively fatally flawed, Van Gaal’s United are clearly still a work in progress. With the transfer window coming to a close in the next one week, United have done smart business this summer, when considering the ‘throw the money at anyone’ attitude from the past few years. A few gaping holes apart, the squad is slowly taking shape as the club prepares for European football, which is all but secured with the 3-1 home win against […]
"Process" is not a word Louis van Gaal is shy of using.
We go back to the drawing board to analyze how teams use forwards and the roles they are expected to perform.