With qualifying for UEFA EURO 2020 set to get underway, England yesterday named their squad for games against Czech Republic and Montenegro.
Tottenham Hotspur head to Signal Iduna Park looking to book a place in the Champions League last eight, but must overcome Borussia Dortmund first.
After Manchester United’s home loss to PSG, Tottenham Hotspur will be keen to avoid a similar fate against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley in their knockout tie.
Victory for Spurs will see them reduce their deflict to Liverpool back to five points in the title fight, whilst Leicester can move up to ninth with three points as the race for seventh continues to look unpredictable.
We have finally reached the final week of Champions League group fixtures with knockout spots still up for grabs.
With both Manchester clubs through to the knockouts, Liverpool can seal qualification with a win whilst Tottenham must beat Inter Milan to take Group B final qualification spot to the final matchday.
With qualification for the UEFA Nations League still up for grabs, England have named their latest squad for the friendly against USA before facing Croatia in their final group match.
Its time for the UEFA Champions League to enter the home stretch as return legs get underway with Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur amongst those in action.
After Manchester experienced contrasting fortunes yesterday, its time for Liverpool and Tottenham to restart their Champions League campaigns.
Gareth Southgate has announced his latest England squad with six uncapped players amongst his selection. Could we therefore be seeing the rise of the youth?