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On Saturday at 5.30 p.m. it’s time for the first Der Klassiker of the season between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. Then on Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Serie A rivals AC Milan and Juventus meet before the big clash in France between a struggling Monaco and PSG!

Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund (@3.15) versus Bayern Munich (@2.15)

Bayern Munich have been Bundesliga champions for the last six seasons, but go into this game third in the table, four points behind arch-rivals Dortmund. Back-to-back wins against Wolfsburg and Mainz as well as a victory away to AEK in the Champions League helped ease some of the tension felt by new Bayern coach Niko Kovač. A draw recorded at home to Freiburg at the weekend however reminded the Bayern fans that times have changed.
The appointment of Lucien Favre as Dortmund coach in the summer looks like a match made in heaven. With 30 goals scored in the first ten games of the season, Dortmund's attacking line of Jadon Sancho, Paco Alcácer and Christian Pulisic has been wreaking havoc on defenses everywhere. It should be noted however that defending champions Bayern can rely on a solid defensive lineup, leaking just 10 goals this year.

Serie A: AC Milan (@4.35) versus Juventus (@1.85)

Juventus is basking in its best start to a Serie A season and shows no sign of letting up ahead of an important match up against one of its greatest rivals. The Bianconeri have 31 points from a possible 33, surpassing their previous record of 30 points from the first 11 games in the 2005-06 season. Cristiano Ronaldo has made a fine start to his Juve career, netting 7 goals in 13 games in all competitions while adding six assists.
AC Milan, led by former club captain Gennaro Gattuso, are fourth in Serie A with 6 wins and 2 defeats to their name. Milan striker Gonzalo Higuaín will skip Thursday’s Europa League clash against Betis this week, but he is expected to recover for the key Serie A meeting against his former club on Sunday night. Will he be able to outshine Ronaldo at the San Siro?

Ligue 1: Monaco (@10.50) versus Paris Saint-Germain (@1.25)

A disastrous start to life at Monaco for new head coach Thierry Henry was evident in his side’s 4-0 home defeat to Belgian side Club Brugge in their midweek Champions League tie. The Principality club are winless in their last 15 games in all competitions. Since taking over from Leonardo Jardim, former Arsenal legend Henry has yet to secure a win in five matches, with his team stuck in the relegation zone in Ligue 1.
This fixture against the mighty PSG couldn’t come at a worse time for Monaco seemingly. PSG has started like a house on fire with front trio Neymar, Mbappé and Cavani helping Thomas Tuchel’s men to their best ever start. Neymar’s winner in their 2-1 victory against Lille secured a 12th successive win in Ligue 1. Will it be another long evening at the Stade Louis II for Henry and his charges?

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