The national team break is coming to an end and makes club football return with a league match and the halfway point of the Champions League group stage. We see some of the most interesting encounters for this weekend. The schedule is that of Spain.
PSG – ANGERS (21.00h)
The Ligue 1 leader welcomes a team he has won 15 of the 20 times they have met, with five draws. The last 12 victories have come in a row. The visitors occupy the fourth place in the table, being one of the revelations with a single defeat.
LEICESTER CITY – MANCHESTER UNITED (16: 00h)
The Foxes They are in need of a victory, given that they have four games in the Premier League without beating their rival, which is why they have been displaced to 13th place. Red devils they have broken a streak of three consecutive domestic wins with a loss and a draw. On a historical level, Old Trafford’s men dominate in terms of wins (39 vs 14), with 18 boards, but on the last two occasions those of Brendan Rodgers have won.
LAZIO – INTER (6:00 p.m.)
The Romans come from receiving a harsh correction (3-0) in Bologna before the break, being forced to regain the initial sensations that led them to lead Serie A. neroazzurri They still do not know defeat in the domestic sphere and, with five wins and two draws, they are in third place. In the historical record there is a dominance of the Inter in victories (73 vs 46), in addition to 59 draws, and in the three most recent clashes all the results have been produced.
OLYMPIQUE LYON – MONACO (9:00 p.m.)
The hosts have drawn in their two most recent matches in Ligue 1, but a poor start puts them in 10th place. Quite the opposite happens with the Monegasques, who after caressing the decline have raced three consecutive wins to place sixth. They are tied for victories (29) in the historical record, in addition to having left 17 tables.
BAYER 04 LEVERKUSEN – BAYERN MÜNCHEN (15:30)
The first two classified in the Bundesliga face each other, having lost only one match in the entire domestic season, the most recent being in the case of the Bavarians. These are the dominators in the historical victory count (58 vs 19), with 16 draws, in addition to having prevailed in the last four contests where they have faced each other.
TRABZONSPOR – FENERBAHÇE (18: 00h)
Also at the top of the table there is a duel in the Turkish Süper Lig, with the locals being second without knowing the defeat and the visitors leading the classification with one. The historic duel of victories (39 vs 22) is dominated by Fenerbahçe, who prevailed in the two most recent games after nine without doing so.
JUVENTUS – AS ROMA (20: 45h)
The bianconeri they continue to rebound from a poor start in Serie A with three straight wins after four games without a win, ranking eighth. For their part, the capitalists have not drawn, achieving six wins and two defeats that place them in fourth position. Although the Vecchia Signora dominates with forcefulness (93 vs 48) at the historical level of victories, with 55 draws, in the three most recent stakes the balance has been tipped (or not) in all possible directions.
FC BARCELONA – VALENCIA (9:00 p.m.)
Azulgranas and Chés close the list of the most outstanding matches of the weekend in a duel dominated historically (93 vs 55) at the level of victories by the culé team, in addition to having 51 draws. However, in the three most recent games all the results have been produced. The locals need to rise from ninth place in LaLiga and regain sensations after two defeats, while the visitors will seek to prevail after four stakes without doing so and have fallen to eighth place.