Four matches to look out for this weekend in Europe

Four matches to look out for this weekend in Europe

- The weekend is upon us and as usual we should be expecting mouthwatering fixtures that should keep us entertained.

- Here are our top five star matches to look out for this weekend in Europe and why we think they are special.

1. Leicester City vs Liverpool:

5 star matches to look up to this weekend in Europe

Leicester City vs Liverpool

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017

Time: 5.30pm

Venue name: King Power Stadium

Referee: Anthony Taylor from England

Round: Matchday 6

Liverpool have failed to collect maximum points in their last four games at the King Power stadium. Also, coming from a 2-0 defeat in the Carabao cup this week. Will the Reds seek revenge or will it be business as usual? I guess we will all find out soon.

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2. Stoke City vs Chelsea

5 star matches to look up to this weekend in Europe

5 star matches to look up to this weekend in Europe

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017

Time: 3pm

Venue name: Bet365 Stadium

Referee: Mike Dean from England

Round: Matchday 6

Ordinarily this should not be a tough encounter for Antonio Conte’s boys, coming from a home and away victory against the potters last season. But considering the fact that it was Stoke City that ended Manchester United 100% start to the season, we guess Chelsea will have to tread with caution, to avoid an upset at the Bet365 stadium.

3. Montpellier vs PSG

5 star matches to look up to this weekend in Europe

Montpellier vs Paris Saint Germain

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017

Time: 4pm

Venue name: Stade de la Mosson

Referee: Clement Turpin from France

Round: 7

This game normally should not be a problem for Les Parisiens considering the big names that were brought in the club last summer. However, while we expect PSG to get maximum points, all eyes will be on the chemistry between Neymar and Cavani considering the burst up between the pair in their last encounter.

4. Juventus vs Torino

5 star matches to look up to this weekend in Europe

Juventus vs Torino

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017

Time: 7.45pm

Venue name: Allianz Stadium

Referee: Piero Giacomelli from Italy

Round: Matchday 6

We are in for another Turin debut match and what will make this very exciting is the fact that both teams have maintained an unbeaten run to the current campaign.

In previous outings the Old ladies have gotten upper hand over their city rivals, will they maintain such feat in Saturday’s encounter at the Allianz stadium?

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