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A Weekend Packed With Football Excitement

It is time for the return of club football matches after two thrilling weeks of international football in which teams competed on a huge scale. The return of domestic leagues and storied rivalries this weekend promises to rekindle the passion of fans around the world.

Here is a summary of the weekend's top football games to watch:


Serie A: "Derby de la Madonnina" 

Italy's Serie A offers its derby spectacle with the Milano Derby. AC Milan and Inter Milan, two of Italy's footballing giants, will clash this week in match that will determine Serie A leadership. The game will take place on Saturday at 4:00 PM GMT at Stadio Guiseppe Meazza. 


English Premier League: West Ham United vs. Manchester City 

Two unbeaten Premier League teams this season lock horns at the London Stadium on Saturday at 2:00 PM GMT. While the Hammers are seeking to win a fourth successive league match for the first time in nearly two years, the Citizens are looking to preserve their 100% victory rate.


La Liga: Real Madrid vs. Real Sociedad. 

Real Madrid are the only team left perfect in La Liga. Carlo Ancelotti’s men were some way off La Liga winners Barcelona last season but they have made a good start in their efforts to retain their crown. Real Sociedad, meanwhile, is still unbeaten in La Liga this season but their record is a little underwhelming. The game starts on Sunday at 7:00 PM GMT.


La Liga: FC Barcelona vs. Real Betis

Barcelona will be bidding to make it four La Liga victories in a row when they welcome Real Betis to Camp Nou on Saturday evening in one of the standout matches in-game week five. Barcelona are ranked third in the table, while Real Betis are seventh, boasting seven points from their first four games. The match will take place on Saturday at 7:00 PM GMT.


Bundesliga: Bayern Munich vs. Bayer Leverkusen

The Bundesliga's two remaining perfect records will be pitted against one another on Friday at 6:30 PM GMT, as Bayern Munich welcomes Bayer Leverkusen to the Allianz Arena.

The two sides have each won all three of their opening games in the German top flight, with the visitors currently occupying the top spot thanks to a slightly superior goal difference.


CAF Super Cup: Al Ahly vs. USM Alger

After a historic season last year, African champions Ahly will be eager to maintain their winning momentum as they face Algerian side USMA, winners of the Confederation Cup, in the African Super Cup in Saudi Arabia on Friday at 6:00 PM GMT.


These are the games you cannot afford to miss on a weekend filled with football drama. The action promises to be nothing short of astounding, from historic rivalries to top-of-the-table contests. Prepare for a football weekend unlike any other!

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