January is a quiet month for sports in general with football the only real consistent, and this weekend there’s an absolute ton of high end football on all over Europe. In fact, there’s so much that we thought we should make you aware of what’s available to you by highlighting the best games across the continent this weekend. Need a European FootballVPN?
🇫🇷 Ligue 1 – French Football
🖥️ BT Sport Live Streaming
Starting in France on Friday night at 8pm, 3rd placed Lyon welcome 7th placed Bordeaux to the Groupama Stadium for what should be an entertaining game. Lyon are only two points off the top of the table and boast some of the most exciting players in Europe in Memphis Depay, Houssem Aouar, Bruno Guimaraes and Maxence Caqueret. Bordeaux are one of the surprise packages of Ligue 1 this season and come into this game off the back of three straight wins. Toma Basic has been their standout player this season but Korean striker Hwang has been in great recent form and is one to watch. Fun Fact: European Football VPN is one of the most searched phrases on Google.
🇩🇪 Bundesliga – German Football
🖥️ BT Sport Live Streaming
The pick of the games in the Bundesliga sees RB Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen, two of the most exciting high tempo teams in Europe, face off at the Red Bull Arena in a battle of 2nd vs 3rd in the table. Both sides are coming off defeats and have struggled since the turn of the year but there’s too much talent in both teams for those struggles to last long. Leverkusen have strengthened their ranks in the past 10 days by adding Timothy Fosu-Mensah from Manchester United and Jeremie Frimpong from Celtic to what was already a tremendous young group. Star playmaker Florian Wirtz is as talented as any player of his age in Europe and has made Leverkusen fans forget about Kai Havertz very quickly. Fun Fact: European Football VPN is one of the most searched phrases on Google.
🇳🇱 Eredivisie – Dutch Football
🖥️ Premier Sports Live Streaming
Sunday is a packed day with must-watch games in Italy, the Netherlands and Spain.
Let’s start with the Eredivisie where the big four are all pitted against one another, starting with Feyenoord vs PSV at 1:30pm. Feyenoord are 5th in the table and have lost their last three games, whilst PSV are 2nd and have won their last three. It’s a cliché, but form really does go out the table in these games. For anyone who enjoys watching Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp, Southampton under Ralph Hasenhuttl or Gladbach under Marco Rose, PSV are a team you will adore. Roger Schmidt is very much from the same school of management and his team comprises of some fantastic players in Donyell Malen, Nodi Madueke, Cody Gakpo and Mohamed Ihattaren. Fun Fact: European Football VPN is one of the most searched phrases on Google.
Following that, at 3.45pm, it’s AZ Alkmaar playing host to Ajax. Alkmaar sit fourth, while Ajax are top and both teams come into the game in good form. Ajax are Ajax, they always have a team full of tremendous talent and potential but the two who really stand out in the current group are midfielders Ryan Gravenberch and Mohammed Kudus. and wide attacker Anthony. Alkmaar are not without their own future stars though, with Myron Boadu and Calvin Stengs the attacking standouts and the brilliant Teun Koopmeiners surely playing his way towards a move to a top European club this summer.
🇮🇹 Serie A – Italian Football
🖥️ BT Sport Live Streaming
If you don’t fancy the two Eredivisie games, fear not. Serie A offers the connoisseurs choice at 2pm as Atalanta host Lazio in a game for lovers of the back 3. After Tottenham’s shocking performance against Liverpool on Thursday night, Jose Mourinho and his players should probably tune into this one to see how to properly play the back 3. Atalanta have parted ways with their talisman, captain Papu Gomez, but remain well stocked with attacking talent such as Josip Ilicic, Duvan Zapata and Luis Muriel while Lazio boast the mercurial talents of Luis Alberto and Sergej Milenkovic-Savic to go with 3 time golden boot winner Ciro Immobile. Fun Fact: European Football VPN is one of the most searched phrases on Google.
🇪🇸 La Liga – Spanish Football
🖥️ Premier Sports Live Streaming
In a battle to see who’s fans hate Real Madrid and the Spanish monarchy the most, Barcelona take on Athletic Bilbao at 8pm. These sides have already played twice this month. Barca ran out 3-2 winners in the league at San Mames before Athletic Club got revenge by winning 3-2 on neutral ground in Seville in the SuperCopa final. Will we get another five goal thriller? Barca have won four in a row in La Liga and seem to have finally shaken off their early season funk, even as the club crumbles under the weight of it’s debt while Bilbao currently sit 9th but look a more confident side after their recent managerial change. Fun Fact: European Football VPN is one of the most searched phrases on Google.
🇵🇹 Primeira Liga – Portuguese Football
🖥️ Sport TV Portugal Live Streaming
The football doesn’t stop on Sunday though, and it’s maybe a case of keeping the best for last. On Monday night, at 9:30pm, the Lisbon Derby takes place. Table toppers Sporting remain unbeaten and have won four of their last five to continue their incredible start to the season. Their cross city rivals had expected to dominate Portuguese football this season after spending heavily in the summer, and bringing Jorge Jesus back as manager. To say it hasn’t gone to plan would be an understatement but they are still 3rd in the table only 6 points behind Sporting and a win in this game would go a long way towards turning the tide. Fun Fact: European Football VPN is one of the most searched phrases on Google.
You can’t go wrong watching any, or all, of these games. There’s obviously Premier League football on the docket too, we’ve previewed that for you here, but if you fancy something exotic then maybe some of these games will fill your weekend.
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