World Football Update

Jon Forget
Jan 6th 2015

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Feature Matches
We have plenty of action on the books to start the week, including FA Cup third roundCopa Del Rey, and Serie A fixtures to look forward to.  Everton try to right the ship this afternoon, as they play host to West Ham in the FA Cup, and Juventus face Inter in a battle of Italian powerhouses.  Wednesday and Thursday the Copa Del Rey features, with the highlight match pitting Atletico Madrid against Real Madrid.

The EPL kicks off early Saturday morning, as Sunderland take on Liverpool.  The action continues with Chelsea v Newcastle featuring at 8am, and a London Derby between Crystal Palace and Tottenham at 10:30am.  Sunday we have three big matches on the books.  Roma battle Lazio in one of Italy's fiercest rivalries, with a 7am kick off.  Two sides in the top four of the EPL meet, as Manchester United face Southampton at 9am.  Later in the day Barcelona host Atletico Madrid in a La Liga clash!

On the Horizon

Mid week Real Madrid battle Atletico Madrid in the second leg of their Copa Del Rey tie, and on the weekend Manchester City take on Arsenal in a pivotal EPL match!
This Week's Football
Monday January 5th
Lazio v Sampdoria 12:45pm (Serie A)
Cordoba v Granada 12:45pm (La Liga)
AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool 1pm (FA Cup)
Kilmarnock v Celtic 1pm (SPL)
Tuesday January 6th
Malaga v Levante 11am (La Liga)
Everton v West Ham 12:45pm (FA Cup)
Juventus v Inter 1pm (Serie A)
Wednesday January 7th
Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid 1pm (Copa Del Rey)
Thursday January 8th
Granada v Sevilla 12pm (Copa Del Rey)
Barcelona v Elche 2pm (Copa Del Rey)
Friday January 9th
Montpellier v Marseille 12:30pm (Ligue 1)
Levante v Deportivo la Coruna 12:45pm (La Liga)
USA v Guatemala 3:30pm (CONCACAF U-20 Championship)
Saturday January 10th
Sunderland v Liverpool 5:45am (EPL)
Chelsea v Newcastle 8am (EPL)
Everton v Manchester City 8am (EPL)
Swansea v West Ham 8am (EPL)
Leicester City v Aston Villa 8am (EPL)
West Brom v Hull 8am (EPL)
Burnley v Queens Park Rangers 8am (EPL)
Real Madrid v Espanyol 8am (La Liga)
Malaga v Villareal 10:15am (La Liga)
Crystal Palace v Tottenham 10:30am (EPL)
Celta Vigo v Valencia 12pm (La Liga)
Torino v AC Milan 12:45pm (Serie A)
Mexico v Cuba 1pm (CONCACAF U-20 Championship)
Eibar v Getafe 2pm (La Liga)
Sunday January 11th
Arsenal v Stoke 6:30am (EPL)
Roma v Lazio 7am (Serie A)
Manchester United v Southampton 9am (EPL)
Athletic Bilbao v Elche 9am (La Liga)
Granada v Real Sociedad 11am (La Liga)
Napoli v Juventus 12:45pm (Serie A)
Barcelona v Atletico Madrid 1pm (La Liga)
Monday January 12th
Canada v Mexico 1pm (CONCACAF U-20 Championship)
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