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Club actions resume again this weekend and there are some eye catching games you can’t afford to miss.
NAIJ.com has picked the best of the games for you to watch this weekend.
1. Chelsea vs Man City (Premier League)
Not only is this a mouth-watering clash between two good coaches – Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte, fans will also get to witness the two best in-form strikers in Sergio Aguero and Diego Costa come up against each other (both are on ten goals each in the league this season).
Although Chelsea are unbeaten in their last seven games, this will be a stern test for Conte’s men as they haven’t been getting the best of results at the Etihad stadium. Last season they went down 3-0 at the Etihad stadium.
Kickoff time: 1.30pm Nigerian time
2. Nigeria vs Cameroon (AWCON final)
Falcons will be chasing her eight African title when they lock horns against the Lionesses of Cameroon in the final of the African women cup of Nations on Saturday, December 3.
In 15 matches, the Falcons have lost just twice, winnings on 11 occasions; but Saturday’s duel with Cameroon would be a tough test because they would be defeat their rival in front of their own fans.
Although, Falcons will expect loud support for the hosts, they will be hoping to stun their opponents’ right in front of their fans.
3. Barcelona vs. Real Madrid
This is unarguably the biggest clash of the weekend.
Barcelona host Real Madrid on Saturday, December 3, and are six points behind their bitter rivals at the top of La Liga.
But a victory for the Catalans will put an end to Zinedine Zidane and his team’s 32-match unbeaten run
An intriguing battle of wits looms and you don’t want to miss it.
Kickoff time: 4:15pm Nigerian time
4. West Ham vs Arsenal
After both team were sent packing in the League Cup on Wednesday night, November 30, West Ham and Arsenal will be keen to avoid another defeat when they meet at the London Stadium on Saturday, December 3.
This is a London derby and we all know how derby games are.
West Ham’s match with Arsenal kicks off at 5.30pm Nigerian time.
5. Napoli vs. Inter Milan
This is the biggest game in the Serie A this weekend, although the game comes up this night, December 2.
It is hard to tell who will win this but there will certainly be goals in this one for sure.
Kickoff time is 8.45pm Nigerian time