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Five football matches to watch in this weekend

Will Quagliarella score again against his favorite team? Will AS Roma recover?

Five football matches to watch in this weekend Will Quagliarella score again against his favorite team? Will AS Roma recover?

The cold was not enough, in the north of Italy the snow arrived too: the best excuse to spend at home all weekend, beached on the sofa with the remote control in hand. Among other things, the coming football weekend is vey rich, so we have made more effort than usual in choosing only five games to watch. And indeed we will probably see more.


Eintracht Frankfurt - Borussia Dortmund

when: Saturday 2/2 at 3:30pm

where: Commerzbank-Arena/Sky Sport

It does not happen often: this season there is no Bayern Munich at the top of the Bundesliga, which makes everything much more interesting. Even more so if we consider that the first place is occupied by Jadon Sancho's Borussia Dortmund, one of our favorite youngsters from unsuspecting times. The Gialloneri lead 6 points ahead of Bayern but are expected by a very difficult game, the Frankfurt trip: Eintracht is a good team and has very dangerous forwards, because Jovic and Haller are a very fearsome attack duo.


Napoli - Sampdoria

when: Saturday 2/2 at 6pm

where: S. Paolo Stadium/Sky Sport

The current top scorer of Serie A, Fabio Quagliarella, returns to the San Paolo with an open series of 11 consecutive games with at least a goal and obviously aims to score again in front of his former fans, against the team he loves. But this is not the only reason to follow the match, comfortably scheduled for Saturday afternoon: there is also the Napoli' moment, they have not scored in the last two consecutive games.


Manchester City - Arsenal

when: Sunday 3/2 at 5:30pm

where: Etihad Stadium/Sky Sport

Between the dream of taking decisive points for the title race and Manchester City there is Arsenal, which will visit Guardiola's guys on Sunday, after losing another point in the midweek against Liverpool, ahead of five lengths. But the Gunners will not be willing to play the role of sacrificial victim and will present themselves confident at the Etihad, even if with some defection too much in defense.


AS Roma - AC Milan

when: Sunday 3/2 at 8:30pm

where: Olimpico Stadium/Sky Sport

The match on which we had maximum curiosity is without a doubt the Sunday night match of Serie A, and the reasons are to be found in what happened in the week: AS Roma has suffered 7 goals in the Italian Cup from Fiorentina and will be without the disqualified Nzonzi and Cristante in the midfield, AC Milan instead eliminated Napoli with the first brace of the new signing, Piatek. The challenge is worth a lot in the fourth place race and we can not wait for it to start.


Olympique Lyonnais - PSG

when: Sunday 3/2 at 9pm

where: Stade des Lumières/DAZN

Will the new Lyon stadium the set of the first Ligue 1 defeat of Paris Saint-Germain? With this questioning in our mind we approach the big match of the day of the French league, on Sunday night. On the one hand the strange Lyon of Genesio, third in the standings with his talents on display (Fekir, Ndombele and Aouar above all), on the other the Parisians without Neymar and Verratti but with a +16 in the ranking more than safe.