#SoccerSaturdays: El Clasico and more

What’s up everybody! Its another #SoccerSaturday and it is another hot one!

As many of my soccer followers know, today is a hot day all around soccer leagues as many strong matches are taking place. However, we will focus on two very strong ones that will have the soccer world buzzing afterwards.

El Clásico – Real Madrid vs. FC Barcelona

The very famous, El Clasico takes place today for the first time this season!

Real Madrid comes into this match actually as an underdog. The Madridlistas come into this match with not a lot going on for them especially in net as Tibaut Cortois continues to struggle to get in form. Zinedine Zidane also comes into this match with what many are saying, could be his very last match as Madrid’s boss as this season has gone very well to say the least.

On the other hand, Barcelona comes into this match after a massive rebuild to their lineup by Ronald Koeman. Barca comes with good core of players, some of the young side and of course the rest being led by a Lionel Messi who is disgruntled and taking his madness on anyone that comes in his way.

El Clásico also brings some great history in the making too. For the first time in over a century, an American is playing in El Clasico and his talent continues to develop, which might make him a very prolific name all across Europe once he reaches his top form.

Today’s Clasico will go in favor for Barcelona and will end with a 3-1 for them. The Madrid side needs a major rebuild especially after the spanking they took in the Champions League this week.

English Premier League – Match of the Week!

The English league continues to be a lights out type of show for the season.

In this weeks’ matchups, we will be seeing Chelsea go against a Manchester United that appear to be close to finding their rhythm, it is only about time!

Manchester United comes into this match after an excellent performance against Paris St. Germain in the Champions League. The strongest thing going for United is their sensational signings, Axel Tuanzebe and the Mata-Fernandes connection that seems to have been brewing for a bit.

In the meantime, Chelsea comes in with a very dangerous forward in Timo Werner who has been uncontrollable ever since joining Chelsea. For Lampard, it will be key to ensure the defensive game especially in the midfield can contain a solid mix of Bruno Fernandes and company. Meanwhile, for Manchester United there can be no mistakes!

I believe this match will go 2-1 in favor of United but that is only if they are able to keep the momentum going. Otherwise, this could also big blowout to Manchester United should Chelsea be lethal!

In Conclusion!

Don’t forget to tune in tomorrow to episode 8 of the Yellow Card Podcast with me and Chris Jones. We will surely share with you our thoughts on everything soccer this week. You can find all episodes of the podcast via the following links:

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~Diego Galvis (@Diego_TheDJ on Twitter).

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Diego Galvis

Born in Bogota, Colombia and raised in Boston, MA. Boston-Based DJ VP of Operations at Couch Guy Sports.

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