This weekend there will be a lot of action in world football, since despite the postponement of the Premier League date due to the death of Queen E
This weekend there will be a lot of action in world football, since despite the postponement of the Premier League date due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, matches will take place in tournaments such as LaLiga, Serie A, the Bundesliga and much more .
Below is the agenda with the most important games on Saturday, September 10 in world football.
Date number 5 of LaLiga and FC Barcelona wants to add three more points to put pressure on Real Madrid, which is why they will visit Cádiz with the aim of extending their winning streak. For its part, Atlético de Madrid wants to rebuild its irregular start to the campaign and will receive Celta de Vigo.
Cadiz (local) vs. FC Barcelona (away)
Atletico Madrid (home) vs. Celta de Vigo (away)
Inter Milan has just stumbled in the derby against Milan the previous week and if they want to keep track of Atalanta in the leadership of Serie A they will need a victory this Saturday by hosting Torino as locals.
Inter Milan (home) vs. Turin (away)
Sampdoria (home) vs. AC Milan (away)
After two consecutive draws, Bayern Munich’s excellent start was slowed down and they dispute the top of the championship with Freiburg and Borussia Dortmund. This Saturday Julian Nagelsmann’s team will receive Stuttgart as part of the sixth round of the Bundesliga.
Bayern Munich (home) vs. Stuttgart (away)
RB Leipzig (home) vs. Borussia Dortmund (away)
PSG want to regain the leadership of Ligue 1, after Lens climbed to the top with their victory last Friday. In their duel on date 7, the team led by Christophe Galtier will host Brest in Paris.
PSG (home) vs. Brest (away)
Full date in the MLS, with duels between several of the candidates to fight for the championship. This is the case of the duel between Dallas and Los Angeles FC, two of the best teams of the season in the Western Conference.
New York Red Bulls (home) vs. New England (away)
Dallas (home) vs. Los Angeles FC (away)
Day 14 of the Opening Tournament in Liga MX continues and the fight for places in the league begins to define itself. The Eagles of America want to consolidate themselves in the group of four classified directly and will visit Necaxa this Saturday in search of their ninth consecutive victory.
Necaxa (local) vs. America (away)
UANL Tigers (local) vs. Leon (away)
Toluca (local) vs. Pumas UNAM (away)