- Haaland’s return to Borussia Dortmund after almost two months without playing, one of the great attractions
|Erling Haaland returns after almost two months without playing|
While in LaLiga Santander there will be great matches such as Barça-Osasuna or Betis-Athletic, international football fans will be able to enjoy great duels throughout the weekend. At KouraGoal we have made a selection of the 5 most interesting in the major European leagues and 1 additional that, although outside of them, deserves mention.
Borussia Dortmund-Arminia Bielefeld (Sunday, 4:00 p.m.) GMT
Erling Haaland has not played since January 22 and this Sunday, almost two months later, he will wear the Borussia Dortmund shirt again. Just for the return of the Norwegian attacker it is worth taking a look at the duel between Marco Rose’s men and Arminia Bielefeld, who are fighting to avoid relegation.
Chelsea-Newcastle (Sunday, 2:00 p.m.) GMT
Eight consecutive games without losing accumulates a Newcastle that went through the winter transfer market. On this occasion, he visits a whole Chelsea that is fighting for its options (already remote) to win the title in the Premier League.
|Bruno Guimaraes, celebrating his goal against Southampton|
PSG-Girondins (Sunday, 12 noon) GMT
After the bump in the Champions League against Real Madrid and the consequent and umpteenth disappointment of the ‘Al-Khelaifi project’, Paris Saint-Germain returns to the reality of Ligue 1 and does so by hosting Girondins, a historic team that is bottom and with serious problems to avoid relegation.
Manchester United-Tottenham (Saturday, 5:30 p.m.) GMT
Whenever two teams belonging to the ‘Big 6’ of the Premier League meet, things promise. This time they will be a Manchester United that is not quite convincing and a revitalized Tottenham, both immersed in the fight for ‘Champions place’.
Brighton-Liverpool (Saturday, 12:30 p.m.) GMT
Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool, who want the leader Manchester City, and Graham Potter’s Brighton, who are used to being a guarantee of an entertaining game, face each other. Four consecutive defeats accumulate the ‘seagulls’, at a bad time.
Midtjylland-Copenhagen (Sunday, 5:00 p.m.) GMT
The second and the first of the Danish league face each other in the penultimate round of the league and with only 3 points difference between them. Copenhagen leads, which is worth the victory and also (virtually) the tie to be mathematically champion.