What to watch on Saturday, November 09, 2019
Tottenham vs Sheffield United at 10:00 ET/ 15:00 GMT
Broadcast listings: SiriusXM FC, UNIVERSO NOW, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, UNIVERSO, NBCSN, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports App in the USA; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia
Preview: Heading into this game on the back of their 4-0 Champions League win over Red Star Belgrade in which Son scored a brace and apologized for Andre Gomes' horrific injury, Tottenham will now be eyeing a win over Sheffield. There's just one problem: the Blades are no pushovers. The newly-promoted side boast the joint-best defense this season, with Liverpool and Arsenal finding it difficult to break down Chris Wilder's crew. This will be a tricky test for Spurs.
Leicester City vs Arsenal at 12:30 ET/17:30 GMT
Broadcast listings: NBCSports.com, SiriusXM FC, NBC, NBC Sports App, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo in the USA; Sky Sports Premier League, BBC Radio 5 Live, SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Main Event, BBC Radio in the UK; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia
Preview: Saying all is not well at Arsenal would be an understatement. The Gunners are winless in their last four games and have triumphed only once in their last six. Not only do the north London giants struggle to defend, but they now lack creativity in attack. Unfortunately for them, their next opponent is a Leicester side that have been rampant this season. Under Brendan Rodgers, the Foxes have been transformed and are only behind Liverpool and Man City in the standings. Will they beat Aubameyang and Co. Tune in to find out.
Arsenal are yet to gel well this season
Barcelona vs Celta Vigo at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT
Broadcast listings: beIN SPORTS, Fanatiz USA, beIN SPORTS CONNECT in the USA; Premier Sports 2, LaLigaTV, Premier Player HD in the UK; beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada, beIN Sports Canada in Canada; Kayo Sports, beIN Sports 1, beIN Sports Connect in Australia; Partidazo in Movistar LaLiga, Movistar+, Mitele Plus, Movistar Laliga in Spain
Preview: Winless in their last two games, cracks continue to appear at Barcelona. A 3-1 loss at Levante was followed by a goalless draw with Slavia Praha. Pressure continues to pile up on Valverde, with those calling for his sacking growing by the day. At the moment the belief is simple: pray Messi delivers a victory. If the Argentine has a day off, then expect another drab performance from the Blaugrana.
Bayern Munich vs Dortmund at 12:30 ET/17:30 GMT
Broadcast listings: FOX Soccer Match Pass, FOX Deportes, Fox Sports 2, Foxsports.com in the USA; BT Sport Ultimate, BT Sport 1, BT Sport Live in the UK; Sportsnet Now, Sportsnet World, Sportsnet World Now in Canada; beIN Sports Connect, Kayo Sports, beIN Sports 1 in Australia; Sky Go, Sky Sport Bundesliga 1 in Germany
Preview: Bayern Munich return to action in the Bundesliga for the first time since sacking manager Niko Kovac. Interestingly enough, their next game will be a clash with Dortmund. The Bavarians are yet to appoint a permanent manager, with Arsene Wenger being linked to the job, but they will have to be at their best during Der Klassiker if they wish to bounce back from the 5-1 loss against Frankfurt.
Lewandowski, who has been in hot form this season, will look to lead Bayern to victory
BVB, meanwhile, are on a three-game winning streak, with their latest victory being the 3-2 comeback triumph over Inter Milan in the Champions League. Favre's side sit three points adrift of leaders Borussia M'gladbach and are ahead of Bayern by a single point in a tight title race. Don't miss this epic clash.
What to watch on Sunday, November 10, 2019
Liverpool vs Man City at 11:30 ET/16:30 GMT
Broadcast listings: SiriusXM FC, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports App, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, Telemundo, NBCSN in the USA; BBC Radio 5 Live, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, SKY GO Extra, BBC Radio Manchester in the UK; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia
Preview: Could the Premier League be decided this early? Liverpool and Man City will lock horns in the upcoming round which is only Matchday 12, but should the Reds win, they would move a whopping nine points clear of the defending champions.
Klopp's side might fancy their odds. They have the home advantage and are yet to lose a single game in the English top-flight. Furthermore, Guardiola is dealing with worrying injuries, with Ederson joining the likes of Sane, Laporte, Rodrigo, Silva, and Zinchenko on the sidelines. Kyle Walker, who went in goal for them in the Champions League against Atalanta after Bravo's sending off, will return to being a defender. Can Man City hand Liverpool their first L? Tune in to find out.
Since Walker played as a goalkeeper on Wednesday, he is now the 4th most expensive shot-stopper ever
Juventus vs Milan at 14:45 ET/19:45 GMT
Broadcast listings: ESPN+, Rai Italia America in the USA; Premier Sports 1, Premier Player HD in the UK; TLN, Rai Italia America in Canada; Rai Italia Australia, beIN Sports Connect, beIN Sports 1, Kayo Sports in Australia; NOW TV, Sky Sport Uno, Sky Supercalcio HD, Sky Sport Serie A, SKY Go Italia in Italy
Preview: Since their managerial shake-up, AC Milan have lost twice and won once in four games (D1). Once at the pinnacle of Italian football, the Rossoneri will face the team that now dominate it Serie A: Juventus.
The Bianconeri booked their ticket to the Champions League round of 16 with a 2-1 win over Lokomotiv Moscow in a game which saw Cristiano robbed of his first free-kick goal for the club before being substituted, which understandably did not please him. Nonetheless, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner made sure to clarify what matters to him the most: the result.
Cristiano knows what truly matters in football