The five major European leagues will return to action this weekend following an international break which is dreaded by football fans across the globe.

The weekend starts with thrills from arguably the best league in the world, the English premier league, the Spanish la Liga, the German Bundesliga, the French Ligue 1 and the Italian Serie A.

Salah and European player of the year Virgil Van Dijk

Liverpool continue their hundred percent run to the start of the EPL as they seek to end a thirty-year league trophy drought. The current European champions face Newcastle on Saturday 14th September in an early 11:30 am encounter. Manchester City also faces Norwich away from home as they seek to retain the premier league trophy for three straight seasons.

In the Spanish la Liga, defending champions Barcelona will host Valencia as they hope to earn a second win in four games. Barcelona have been without their talisman Lionel Messi as he picked up a calf injury on the eve of the new campaign. Barcelona will rely on the return of striker Luis Suarez and Antoine Griezmann to get them the maximum three points they need in their title defense. Real Madrid also welcome Levante at the Santiago Bernabeu. However, the 13 times European champions will be without major signing Eden Hazard who is currently injured.

Juventus face Fiorentina on Saturday at 1 pm in the Italian Serie A and hope to stay on winning ways with the help of Cristiano Ronaldo who is in a fine form of scoring.

Paris Saint Germain will host Strasbourg at 3:30 on Saturday as they hope to defend their league title. New signing Mauro Icardi will be looking forward to get his debut and hopefully start scoring. Neymar Jr also returns from injury to boost the PSG squad ahead of their Saturday encounter.

PSG new signing Mauro Icardi

Below are the various fixtures in Europe’s top five leagues

English Premier League

Saturday 14 September 2019

Liverpool vs  Newcastle

Brighton   vs  Burnley

Man Utd.  vs  Leicester

Sheff Utd. vs  Southampton

Tottenham vs  Crystal Palace

Wolverhampton vs Chelsea

Norwich vs Man City

Sunday 15 September 2019

Bournemouth vs  Everton

Watford vs  Arsenal

Monday 16 September 2019

Aston Villa vs  West Ham

La Liga

Friday 13 September 2019

Mallorca vs Athletic Club

Saturday 14 September 2019

Real Madrid vs Levante

Leganés vs Villarreal

Real Sociedad vs Atlético

Barcelona vs Valencia

Sunday 15 September 2019

Eibar vs Espanyol

Alavés vs Sevilla

Celta vigo vs Granada

Valladolid vs Osasuna

Betis vs Getafe

Italy Seria A

Saturday 14 September 2019

Fiorentina vs Juventus

Napoli vs  Sampdoria

Inter vs Udinese

Sunday 15 September 2018

Genoa vs Atlanta

Brescia vs Bologna

Parma vs Cagliari

SPAL vs Lazio

Roma vs Sassuolo

Verona vs Milan

Monday 16 September 2019

Torino vs Lecce

French Ligue 1

Friday 13 September 2019

Lille vs Angers

Amiens vs Lyon

Saturday 14 September 2019

PSG vs Strasbourg

Dijon vs Nîmes

Montpellier vs Nice

Brest vs Rennes

Bordeaux vs Metz

Sunday 15 September 2019

Nantes vs Reims

Saint-Étienne vs Toulouse

Monaco vs  Marseille


Friday 13 September 2019

Düsseldorf vs Wolfsburg

Saturday 14 September 2019

Dortmund vs Leverkusen

Mainz O5  vs  Hertha BSC

Augsburg vs Frankfurt

Köln vs M’gladbach

Union Berlin vs Bremen

Leipzig vs Bayern Munich

Sunday 15 September 2019

Hoffenheim vs  Freiburg

Paderborn  vs  Schalke 04


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