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There are 4 Matches you should not miss this weekend as top europe top face it out. This are matches you should look forward to. As big Euorope teams come face to face.

Real Mandrid is Hosting Rivals Barcelona While Santiago Bernabeau will come alive for yet another blockbuster edition of the El Clasico as league leaders .

This is list of top matches this weekend you should not miss.

The game Real Madrid vs Barcelona (7.45pm on Sunday; April 23, 2017)
Ronaldo and Messi

And arguably most fierce rivals, the spanish giants come face to face on Sunday, April 23, 2017, at the Bernabeu.

Los Blancos sit three points ahead of their rivals with a game in hand while 2nd placed Barcelona will be hoping to steal a victory from their bitter rivals.
Neymar will miss the catalian side after he suffered three game ban after his action to referee which cost him 3 match ban after match which saw them 2-0 defeat against malaga last week.
Chelsea vs Tottenham (5.15pm on Saturday; April 22, 2017)
Pochettino And Conte

This is very Important match to watch this weekend, As Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur have to forget their rivalry in the premier league titles and focus on a face off FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on Saturday April 22, 2017.

The London derby will be a competitive duel as both teams will battle for a place in the FA Cup finals. Chelsea defender Gary Cahill is set to miss out the clash due to illness.
Arsenal vs Manchester City (3.00pm on Sunday; April 23, 2017).
As ever bitter rival meet to revealthe true champion takan that Manchester have been week lately.
Both clubs are looking to ensure they do not finish the season without silverware having fallen out of the Premier League title race.
Lyon vs Monaco (8.15pm April 23, 2017).
Lyon will battle Monaco in a juicy French Ligue 1 encounter on Sunday April 23, 2017.
Football lovers will be looking out for this match as both teams are known for scoring lots of goals. So we will be expecting a goal fiesta in that tie.
Also on the local scene, watch the Super Eagleas as they prepare for 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

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