Football This Week: 28th of October - 3rd of November, 2014
Here's a look ahead at the important fixtures coming up this week in the world of football:
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.
Two teams who play attractive, attacking football. Could be a good match.
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.
Barcelona-Celta de Vigo
6th place Celta de Vigo travel to the Nou Camp to take on a freshly defeat Barcelona.
A good Europa league contenders clash.
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.
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.
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.
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!