The international window closed, this weekend marks in particular the return of the big championships.
Naples-Milan (Sunday, 8:45 p.m.)
Still undefeated in Serie A, AC Milan is playing big this Sunday. The Rossoneri travel in fact to Naples, third in the standings three lengths behind the Milanese. Pioli’s men can count on Zlatan Ibrahimovic, top scorer in the championship.
Atletico Madrid-Barça (Saturday 9 p.m.)
In the hard after a start to the season in which Ronald Koeman’s men have won only three of their first seven matches, Barça is already playing big on Saturday in the clash against Atletico Madrid, the last unbeaten team in Liga.
Tottenham-Manchester City (Saturday 6.30 p.m.)
Stuck in the soft underbelly of the Premier League, Manchester City, with only 3 wins in seven matches, is already playing big on Saturday at Tottenham. Conversely, the Spurs, Leicester’s dolphins at the top of the standings, have the opportunity to mark the spirits a little more.
Le Havre-Caen (Saturday at 3 p.m.)
The Normandy derby will not be lacking in enthusiasts on Saturday. If Paris FC flies over Ligue 2, the race for the podium is particularly uncertain and the confrontation between Le Havre, 7th with 16 points, and Caen 4th with 17 units, will inevitably weigh heavily.
Masters (Saturday and Sunday)
Djokovic-Thiem and Nadal — Medvedev: the posters of the semi-finals of the Masers are, to say the least, promising. Obviously with the prospect of a Nadal-Djokovic final, Novak Djokovic can hope for a sixth title while Rafael Nadal running after a first coronation.
Scotland-France (Sunday at 4:15 p.m.)
Deprived of his baptism against Fiji due to the wave of coroanvirus which hit the Fiji team, the XV of France starts the Autumn Nations Cup in Scotland. The opportunity to take revenge after his defeat last winter at the VI Nations tournament.