World Football Update
Jon Forget
Feb 9th 2016
World Football Update
Feature Matches
West Ham face Liverpool this afternoon in an FA Cup Fourth Round replay, with the winner moving on to face Blackburn in two weeks time. The Copa del Rey features Wednesday and Thursday, although it is pretty clear the Final will be Barcelona and Sevilla given the first leg results.

Manchester United kick off the weekend early Saturday morning, followed by a handful of EPL, Bundesliga, and La Liga fixtures. Sunday morning it may be worth getting out of bed early if you are an EPL fan, as Arsenal are set to face Leicester City at 5am. A win for the Foxes and they go eight points clear of the Gunners, a loss and the race for the Prem title gets even more interesting. At 9am another big battle with title implications takes place, as Manchester City battle Tottenham! The Spurs have been in fine form, and may be ready to make their biggest statement of the season. City may have something to say about that, as they are still feeling the loss at home to Leicester. It's a four horse race for the title, and it looks like things will go down to the wire in the EPL!
On the Horizon
Next week the Champions League Round of Sixteen kicks off, with PSG v Chelsea and Roma v Real Madrid featuring. Tottenham, Manchester United, and Liverpool all have Europa League fixtures on Thursday. FA Cup Fifth Round features on the weekend, with Chelsea v Manchester City on Sunday morning!
This Week's Football
Tuesday February 9th
Bayer Leverkusen v Werder Bremen 11am (German Cup)
West Ham v Liverpool 12:30pm (FA Cup 4th Round)
Stuttgart v Borussia Dortmund 12:30pm (German Cup)
Wednesday February 10th
Bochum v Bayern Munchen 12:30pm (German Cup)
Valencia v Barcelona 1pm (Copa del Rey Semifinal Leg 2)
Thursday February 11th
Celta Vigo v Sevilla 12:30pm (Copa del Rey Semifinals Leg 2)
Friday February 12th
Sporting Gijon v R. Vallecano 12:30pm (La Liga)
Mainz v Schalke 12:30pm (Bundesliga)
Carpi v Roma 12:45pm (Serie A)
Saturday February 13th
Queens Park Rangers v Fulham 5:30am (Championship)
Sunderland v Manchester United 5:45am (EPL)
Borussia Dortmund v Hannover 7:30am (Bundesliga)
Crystal Palace v Watford 8am (EPL)
Everton v West Brom 8am (EPL)
Norwich v West Ham 8am (EPL)
Bournemouth v Stoke 8am (EPL)
Swansea v Southampton 8am (EPL)
Real Madrid v Athletic Club 8am (EPL)
Villareal v Malaga 10:15am (La Liga)
Chelsea v Newcastle 10:30am (EPL)
Koln v Eintracht Frankfurt 10:30am (Bundesliga)
Valencia v Espanyol 12:30pm (La Liga)
Juventus v Napoli 12:45pm (Serie A)
Deportivo la Coruna v Real Betis 2pm (La Liga)
France v Ireland 6pm (Six Nations Rugby)
Sunday February 14th
Arsenal v Leicester City 5am (EPL)
Aston Villa v Liverpool 7am (EPL)
Italy v England 7am (Six Nations Rugby)
Hamburg v Borussia M'Gladbach 7:30am (Bundesliga)
Sevilla v Las Palmas 8am (La Liga)
Manchester City v Tottenham 9:15am (EPL)
Augsburg v Bayern Munchen 9:30am (Bundesliga)
Getafe v Atletico Madrid 10:15am (La Liga)
Barcelona v Celta Vigo 12:30pm (La Liga)
Fiorentina v Inter 12:45pm (Serie A)
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