The English Premier League game of the week will see the top team in the league travel to Old Trafford on Sunday to participate in arguably England's greatest rivalry. Will there be an upset, or will the leaders continue to flourish?
The MLS Cup Playoffs begin this weekend, and there may not be a more exciting match in the Eastern Conference than the third-seeded Philadelphia Union hosting the sixth-seeded New York Red Bulls.
The English Premier League is loaded with talent, with some of the best players in the game playing at the highest level. However, there are some that have long since outstayed their welcome and probably should be collecting retirement benefits. Here are the five players that should seriously consider calling it a career.
The Euro 2020 qualifier of the window takes place in Reykjavik on Friday, October 11, when Iceland hosts the defending World Cup champions France. The winner will have an inside track to qualifying directly for Euro 2020.
The English Premier League season is well underway, and every weekend millions of fans turn on their TVs to watch some of the brightest stars in the world play. However, there are some players that get a little more shine than they deserve. They’re talked about like they’re the best players in the league when they don’t deserve that billing. Here are some of the EPL’s most overrated stars.
The biggest game on the Decision Day schedule for MLS is a matchup that serves almost as a play-in game for the 2019 MLS Cup Playoffs. Which team in the Western Conference will do what it needs to do in order to secure their spot in the playoff field?
The best match of the English Premier League week won’t take place until Monday night in England, but it will be worth the wait. Manchester United will look to get back on track against Arsenal, as both teams try to keep pace with the leaders in the table.
The top two teams in the Eastern Conference standings will rumble in the Bronx on Wednesday night in a match that could determine who will claim the No. 1 seed in the MLS Cup Playoffs.
The MLS game of the week sends us to the Pacific Northwest, where the Portland Timbers will look to stay above the Western Conference playoff line when they host the New York Red Bulls.
The Premier League is back in action this weekend as Leicester City heads to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United. Leicester is off to a hot start in the EPL, while Manchester United will want to get three points to move up the table and keep themselves within striking distance of the leaders. Who will get back into the swing of things with a win?