Here's a look ahead at the important fixtures coming up this week in the world of football: Premier League: Newcastle-Liverpool Fresh off downing Spurs, Newcastle look to keep their current run of form against a disappointing Liverpool who are being led by a stagnant Mario Balotelli. Everton-Swansea Two teams who play attractive, attacking football. Could be a good match. Stoke-West Ham Impressive West Ham head into the fortress to one of the toughest road trip destinations the past 5-10 years in the Premier League: Britannia Stadium. Manchester City-Manchester United The Manchester Derby is always a scintillating affair and this will be no different as new look Man Utd travel across town to the so far less than impressive Man City. La Liga: Barcelona-Celta de Vigo 6th place Celta de Vigo travel to the Nou Camp to take on a freshly defeat Barcelona. Villareal-Valencia A good Europa league contenders clash. Bundesliga: Bayern Munich-Borussia Dortmund Der Klassiker. Bayern Munich, unbeaten and in 1st place, take on a struggling Dortmund who are in need of 3 points. Borussia Monchengladbach-1899 Hoffenheim 2nd place and unbeaten Monchengladbach take on 1899 Hoffenhaim who currently sit 4th. MLS: Dallas-Vancouver The Western Conference knockout game between Dallas FC, one of the few teams to beat LA this year, and streaky Vancouver. New York-Kansas City Bradley Wright-Phillips tied the MLS single season goal scoring record and will hope to continue that form against Sporting KC in the Easter Conference knockout game. Columbus-New England A Crew 96 side just hitting their stride at the right time take on a New England side that have been transformed since signing Jermaine Jones in this Eastern Conference Semi-Final 1st leg. Salt Lake-Los Angeles The LA Galaxy, fresh off losing the Supports Shield clash with the Sounders, will take on Salt Lake in the Western Conference Semi-Final 1st leg. DC-New York/Kansas City The other Eastern Conference Semi-Final 1st leg with an impressive Bill Hamid in goal for DC United taking on the play-in winner. Seattle-Dallas/Vancouver Supports Shield winning Seattle will look to begin taking advantage of their home field throughout the playoffs as they take on the winner of the play-in game. What games are you looking forward to? Let me know down below!