There is a tremendous day of football in the Premier League on Sunday with four fixtures across the day, while in Spain there is the small matter of ‘El Classico’ as we bring you the latest Barcelona v Real Madrid Odds as well as a superb Paddy Power free bets offer to pick up on any game , which also inclides Tottenham v Aston Villa – see below.
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Focusing on the Premier League to begin with, Sunday’s action begins with Southampton at home to Fulham from 1.30pm. The Saints have had an eventful return to the top flight, conceding far too many goals at the moment.
Fulham on the other hand have been solid and look set for a top ten finish if their current form is the norm. This is definitely a game that Southampton will target three points from, but Fulham are a decent side.
Liverpool are then in action from 3pm when they host Stoke City. Looking to bounce back from Europa League disappointment and a generally poor start to the season, Brendan Rodgers will hope his team raise their game at Anfield.
As for Stoke, they will know that Liverpool can be vulnerable in front of their home fans. Tony Pulis’ men will play their natural game and with Peter Crouch leading the line, they will play their part in a competitive contest.
The other 3pm kick-off on Sunday is a decent looking fixture between Tottenham and Aston Villa. Spurs appear to have hit their stride under Andre Villas-Boas and will hope this continues on Sunday.
Villa on the other hand have had a mixed start – they have five points from six games – with Paul Lambert looking to replicate Norwich City’s win at White Hart Lane under his management last season.
The final Premier League encounter of the weekend sees Newcastle United host Manchester United. These two always seem to have good battles and the entertainment value should be significant.
Newcastle are a confident side these days and will want to follow up their 3-0 win in this fixture last season with another eye-catching scalp. United have Wayne Rooney back in the side though and with Robin Van Persie in the goals, they will attack their hosts from the start.
To say that the football entertainment ends with the final whistle in this one would be a massive lie. Over in Spain, there is one of the biggest games in world football as Barcelona host Real Madrid from 6.40pm.
It is already a massive match for the title race with Barcelona already eight points clear of their bitter rivals. In reality, Jose Mourinho’s men cannot afford to lose this one.
A battle between the two best teams in Spain, a head to head contest between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, this is an epic end to the weekend.