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Analysis of derby matches this weekend.

This weekend is surely action-packed as a couple of derby matches will be played across Europe's Top 5 leagues.

In this article, we'll be analyzing those matches. Check it out below:

Manchester United vs Liverpool FC

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces another tough test on Sunday when they host Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool.

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The match promises to be a very exciting one as both teams have enough quality players at their disposal.

Ahead of the game, Raphael Varane and Anthony Martial remain sidelined while Fred, Rashford, and Bruno Fernandes are also doubts for the game.

For Liverpool, it's only Spanish International Thiago Alcantara that has been sidelined for the game.

Barcelona vs Real Madrid

The first El-Classico of the season will also be held this weekend at the Nou Camp.

Photo credit: FC Barcelona

Barcelona, who started the season quite poorly, have won their last two games, as such, they'll be hoping to continue the positivity against Ancelotti's men.

As usual, it's going to be a tough game between the two sides.

Inter Milan vs Juventus FC

Another big game that awaits us on Sunday is the Serie A match between Inter Milan and Juventus FC.

Inter Milan is desperately in need of maximum points after back-to-back defeats while Juventus will also be hoping to continue their impressive winning run.

Another exciting game surely awaits us this weekend.

Marseille vs Paris Saint-Germain

French rivalry will be rekindled once again when Marseille hosts league leaders Paris Saint-Germain on Sunday.

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Though Mauricio Pochettino's side looks like the clear favorites to emerge as winners in this game, Marseille is also expected to put up a good fight.

See the illustration of the matches below:

Photo credit: ESPN

Drop your predictions for these games in the comments section below.

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