Who will be winners in the derbies today and tomorrow
By Fooomey | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
There are many big games today and tomorrow that looks promising and exciting like the Manchester City vs Manchester United, Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid, Chelsea vs Everton. Manchester city vs Manchester United will played at the Etihad Stadium at around 17:30pm and with United always defending against big six opponent and have been drawing most and losing some like Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and so on. Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid is another cracker to watch and Atletico Madrid not really in form because most recently they have been drawing and reducing the gap between them and Barcelona and their neighbours Real Madrid. The match will kick off at 16:15 pm.
Chelsea vs Everton will be on Monday at 19:00 pm. Everton not really in form but won their last game and could take the fight to Chelsea, but Chelsea has not lost a match under new manager Thomas Tuchel. He has won 7 games and drawn 3.
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