Football returns in the first weekend of March 2020, as we take a closer look at the Top 3 games to watch across Europe. There are other exciting games taking place across the continent. On Sunday there will be an English football cup final, an Italian Serie A derby and El Clasico in Spain. We also have two league matches in England and Germany which will be exciting to watch. The majority of the attention, however, will undoubtedly remain on the games that will define the rest of the season for the clubs taking on each other.
Bayer Leverkusen v RB Leipzig
Several matches are scheduled in the Bundesliga over the weekend. None of them are as exciting as the one on Sunday at the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig. This season, Kai Havertz and company will visit one of the league’s top contenders. Timo Werner will be looking to increase his goal tally in the competition by capitalizing on his hometown status. Havertz is coming off a fantastic performance in the Europa League. He will strive to keep the same pace throughout this game.
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Tottenham Hotspur
Jose Mourinho’s first season as Tottenham Hotspur manager was a disaster. The Portuguese coach has several injured players and a very limited list to participate in all competitions. Wolverhampton Wanderers are their next opponent, which is unfortunate. Sunday at the Tottenham Stadium, his compatriot Nuno Espirito Santo will be a serious threat for Spurs. Jose is well aware that Wolves will jeopardize his hopes of staying in European contention.
Manchester City v Aston Villa
Manchester City will face Aston Villa in the first grand final of the season at Wembley Stadium. In the Carabao Cup final, Jack Grealish will strive to win his team’s trophy against Pep Guardiola. If the Catalan manager wins the final, he will become one of the most successful managers in the country. But the “bad guys” shouldn’t be overlooked; they too have a chance to succeed. The whole country of England will be watching to see which of the two clubs will lift the first trophy of the season in the UK.
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