This weekend, different European top leagues fixtures will continue as Real Madrid play against FC Barcelona (El Clasico) in the Spanish Laliga while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United will welcome Liverpool at the Old Trafford Stadium for their English Premier League tie. These and many more fixtures await most football fans this weekend.
Four of the toughest European club rivalry fixtures await most football lovers to watch and this article states reasons why Manchester United, Real Madrid, Inter Milan, and Paris Saint-Germain might lose their tie against their opponents this weekend.
Based on previous performance and form of these clubs (Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Inter Milan, and Manchester United) players, they could face defeat against their opponents in this weekend games.
Manchester United vs Liverpool
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United who struggled to beat Atalanta at Old Trafford in the Uefa Champions League on Wednesday will be up against an in-form Jorgen Klopp's Liverpool this weekend.
Following the red devil's previous performance in the Uefa Champions League, their chances of drawing or winning their tie against Liverpool is very small, looking at the way Liverpool has performed so far this season.
Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona (El Clasico)
This weekend, we will be set to witness another El Clasico fixture in the Spanish Laliga. Ronald Koeman's squad who won their previous game against Dynamo Kyiv in the Uefa Champions League could record a big win against Carlo Ancelotti's Real Madrid.
Despite thrashing their opponent in the Uefa Champions League, Real Madrid might suffer a frustrating defeat at the Camp Nou this weekend.
Inter Milan vs Juventus
Allegri's men will lock horns against Inter Milan in the Italian league this weekend as both teams look forward to keeping up with their previous form.
Juventus are yet to lose a match in their last eight fixtures both in the Uefa Champions League and other competitions as well. They could record another win against Inter Milan this weekend.
Marseille vs Paris Saint-Germain
Lionel Messi is set to play his first game against Olympic Marseille this weekend after struggling to beat RB Leipzig in the Uefa Champions League on Tuesday night.
Mauricio Pochettino's team could record their second defeat of the season against Marseille in the French Ligue 1 this weekend.
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