The Premier League and Spanish La Liga will be in action this Saturday as two top matches have been scheduled to take place today. Five matches will be played in the English Premier League today while four matches are scheduled to take place in the Spanish Laliga on Saturday.
Below are the four teams that may lose this weekend due to the difficult fixture ahead of them.
Match: Man United vs Man City
Venue: Old Trafford
Time: 01:30 PM
Two Premier League biggest clubs will go head-to-head on Saturday's encounter at Old Trafford. Both teams are in top form and are considered as the top contenders for this season's Premier League crown.
Manchester United has not been in good form recently as they have only won one game in their last three matches with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer currently on the verge of getting sacked.
Based on current form, Manchester City is in a better position to defeat Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday.
2. Rayo Vallecano:
Match: Real Madrid vs Rayo Vallecano
Real Madrid made an impressive start to the season, accumulating 21 points from their 11 matches. Carlo Ancelotti's men defeated Barcelona in the El Classico and are only one point behind Real Sociedad who currently sit on top of the table.
Real Madrid will be looking to overtake Real Sociedad on the league table but will have to defeat Rayo Vallecano at the Santiago Bernabeu tomorrow.
Based on current form, Real Madrid is in a better position to defeat Rayo Vallecano at Old Trafford on Saturday.
3. Celta Vigo:
Match: Celta Vigo vs Barcelona
Barcelona will face Celta Vigo at the Abanca Balaidos stadium on Saturday. Barcelona has been in poor form this season under Ronald Koeman and with Xavi set to replace the Dutch coach, things could change for Catalonia.
Xavi is likely to take charge of his first game as Barcelona Coach against Celta Vigo and he will love to make an impression, hence why Barcelona may defeat Celta Vigo on Saturday.
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