Actions return this weekend around Europe after the international break last weekend and there are thrilling games to pan your eyes on. These are my weekend prediction games.
Real Sociedad vs Espanyol
Espanyol travels to the Anoeta stadium without a win while Real Sociedad will be looking to improve on their 2-0 win over Osasuna.
R.Soc 1–0 Espanyol.
Schalke vs Bayern Munich
After a disappointing start, Schalke will look to pick at least a point against the almighty Bayern. Mission impossible.
Schalke 1-3 Bayern
PSG vs St Etienne
A comeback from the woeful loss to Monaco is exactly what PSG will be aiming for against the hard to crack ASSE.
PSG 2-1 ASSE
Manchester United vs Manchester City
The derby of the red devils and the citizens will be a true test for the two title contenders.
Man.utd 1-1 Citeh
Arsenal vs Southampton
Can the Saints shock Arsenal again? One has strengthened while the other has been weakened but football just isn’t decided that way.
Arsenal 2-1 Saints
Bournemouth vs West Brom
Outside the away win against Morecambe in the league cup, Bournemouth are yet to record a win in the league and this looks like the perfect board to spring.
Bourn 1-1 West Brom.
Burnley vs Hull
Both sides have had a good start to the Premier League, but this is favoured to go Burnley’s way as they had the better of Hull last season in the Championship.
Burnley 1-0 Hull
Middlesbrough vs Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace has had a very sluggish start and would be looking to break Boro’s streak.
Boro 2-2 C. Palace
Stoke City vs Tottenham Hotspur
Tough encounter for Spurs especially against a Stoke side that has adapted a possession based type of football.
Stoke 2-1 Spurs
Westham vs Watford
Watford has lost all their last two games and those were at home, matching this Westham side would need a stroke of luck.
Westham 2-0 Watford
Liverpool vs Leicester City
Leicester would want to build on their last win at Anfield, they have enough firepower up front to evade the Kop defence, but can they hold up at the back?
Liverpool 3-2 Leicester city
Celta Vigo vs Atletico Madrid
Both teams are yet to get a win and the hungrier of the two is set to take the spoils.
Celta 0-2 Tico
Real Madrid vs Osasuna
Osasuna can as well wait another weekend to get a point.
Real 4-0 Osasuna
Malaga vs Real Villarreal
No wins, yet no loss for these sides, I think that won’t change.
Malaga 1-1 Villarreal
Sevilla vs Las Palmas
Top of the table encounter, Las Palmas 100% start could get a shock stop this weekend.
Sev 2-1 Palmas
Barcelona vs Alaves
Messi is fit to play and that is more sad news for Alaves. Completing the 90mins must be their aim.
Barca 5-0 Alaves
Juventus vs Sassuolo
Juventus could find it a little bumpy against Sassuolo but I think they will get the job done eventually.
Juventus 1-0 Sassuolo
Palermo vs Napoli
Winless Palermo can spring a surprise on Napoli to gather their first point of the campaign.
Palermo 1-1 Napoli
Leipzig vs Borrusia Dortmund
Leipzig will sure get a proper welcome to the Bundesliga. it’s a matter of how many they concede.
Leipzig 0-3 BVB