Friday 26th February - Sunday 28th February.
EFL Championship, La Liga, Primiera Liga, English Premier League and Serie A.
There are plenty of exciting matchups around Europe this weekend, and we've decided to preview the biggest ones!
Derby vs Nottingham Forest
Friday 15th January, 19:45, Premier Sports 1.
The weekend starts off with Friday evening's East Midlands derby between Derby County and Nottingham Forest. It has been a season to forget as both find themselves in the bottom half of the Championship, with Derby only recently climbing out of the relegation zone due to an upsurge in form after appointing Wayne Rooney as manager. The previous seven games have ended in a draw or a Forest victory, and if Rooney could guide the Rams to a win here, he'd well and truly solidify his popularity with the Derby fans.
Betting tip: Derby to win at 31/20.
Sevilla vs Barcelona
Saturday 27th February, 15:15, La Liga TV (Premier Sports).
After Atletico Madrid's recent collapses against Levante and their injury problems, both Barca and Sevilla will still fancy a sniff of winning La Liga. A loss for either side would surely end any title hopes, but a win would put severe pressure on Atleti and Real Madrid. It was all square at the Camp Nou earlier this season, and don't be surprised if a similar result occurs here.
Betting tip: A draw at 5/2.
Porto vs Sporting Club de Portugal
Saturday 27th February, 20:30.
This is a must-win game for Porto if they are to have any hopes of catching their opponents in the title race. Sporting appear to be running away with the title and remain unbeaten thus far in the league. They haven't won the league since 2002, and a win here will alleviate any pressure they'd feel during a close title race.
Betting tip: A draw at 23/20.
Leicester vs Arsenal
Sunday 28th February, 12:00, BT Sport 1
Leicester are an incredible 15 points ahead of Arsenal in third place, hoping to secure Champions League football for next season. It has been a season to forget for the Gunners unless they somehow manage to win the Europa League, but based on current form, it's looking unlikely. The Foxes have also won four of the last six games against their opponents and rightly head into this one as favourites. However, Leicester unexpectedly lost to Slavia Prague in the Europa League and will be looking to pick themselves up after that major disappointment.
Betting tip: Leicester to win at 6/4.
Chelsea vs Manchester United
Sunday 28th February, 16.30, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
The biggest match in the Premier League this weekend sees two teams chasing a spot in the top four as Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea. Chelsea have seen an increase in their play after appointing Thomas Tuchel as the new manager, winning five from their last six league games. They are also coming into this match after an excellent Champions League win over Spanish league leaders Atletico Madrid meaning they are full of confidence for this one. Manchester United also succeeded over Spanish opposition in the Europa League after comfortably progressing past Real Sociedad. The Red Devils need a win here to keep their very slim title hopes alive.
Betting tip: Over 3 total goals at 31/20.
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