The Premier League and Spanish Laliga will be in action this Sunday as the two biggest European leagues continue to entertain the fans with entertaining and fascinating matches. Two matches will be played in the English Premier League today while six matches are scheduled to take place in the Spanish Laliga on Sunday.
Below are the four teams that may lose this weekend due to the difficult fixture ahead of them.
Match: Newcastle United vs Tottenham
Venue: St James Stadium
Time: 04:30 PM
The news of the Saudi takeover has been welcomed with joy by both Newcastle fans and players and this singular news may act as a morale booster for them in their game against Tottenham.
Tottenham started the season well by winning their first three matches before losing the three in a row and are not currently in a good form the moment. Nuno Espirito's Tottenham may be defeated once again by a motivated Newcastle United side today.
Match: Everton vs West Ham United
Venue: Goodison Park
Time: 02:00 PM
Everton has been in good form this season and is tipped by many pundits as one of the favourites to secure a top-four finish at the end of the season. Rafa Benitez's men will be facing a strong West Ham United coached by David Moyes at Goodison Park Park today.
West Ham United has always been a formidable and difficult team to beat this season and are in very good form under David Moyes this season and is likely to defeat Everton today.
3. Real Madrid:
Match: Real Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao
Real Madrid made an impressive start to the season, accumulating 17 points from their first seven matches before suffering a dip in their form at end of September. The Los Blancos has lost two consecutive games in all competition including an embarrassing 2-1 loss to Sheriff at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Things may not look good for Carlo Ancelotti Real Madrid who will be facing a strong Athletic Bilbao in today's Laliga match and could crumble to another loss at home.
Match: Barcelona vs Valencia
Barcelona has not been convincing this season with a lot of bad results and unimpressive performances in their last matches. The Catalonia club has lost three consecutive games in all competition including an embarrassing 3-0 loss to Benfica and are not looking likely to bounce back to winning ways.
Things may not look good for Ronald Koeman's Barcelona who will be facing a strong Valencia side in today's Laliga match and could crumble to another loss at home.
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