Trailing 2-0 down from their first leg home defeat against Barcelona, Manchester City are facing a stern task this Wednesday, March 12 as they face up against the Catalan side in the second meeting of their Champions League second round fixture at Camp Nou.
English League One side, Charlton Athletic continue to surprise everyone as they got themselves in the semifinals stage of this seasons' FA Cup after eliminating struggling Championship side, Charlton Athletic this past weekend.
Athletic Bilbao still keeping their seat in that top four spot of current Spanish La Liga standings despite only grabbing a point from their weekend battle against Valencia. The home side made a bright start on that tie as they immediately pour forward in search for an early goal which they eventually grabbed on 23 minutes through Paco Alcacer's effort.
Blackpool still far from securing themselves from potential relegation trouble by the end of England Championship current season as this weekend they picked up a disappointing home defeat against Bournemouth.
Derby County's ambition to push for that runners up finish in current England Championship standings are looking rather bleak as this weekend they suffered a disappointing home defeat against struggling Milwall side.
Inter Milan got themselves back on winning ways as they snatched an important home win over Torino this past weekend at San Siro stadium in Milano. Playing in front of their home crowd, Inter are keen on bagging all three points which could further push them competing for the top four seat in current Serie A standings.
Yeovil Town picked up a positive result on their attempt to survive from that potential relegation finish by the end of this current England Championship campaign, as they successfully grabbed an important home win against Sheffield Wednesday.
Lazio's ambition in chasing for that European spot finish by the end of current season suffered a disappointing blow as they picked up a disappointing home defeat against Atalanta. The home side looking really eager in grabbing another positive result, especially since they are playing in front of their home crowd, but it was far from an easy task for the Biancocelesti as their opponent were putting on such solid display on that encounter.
Juventus' reign at the top of Italian Serie A continues this weekend as they grabbed an important home win over Fiorentina at Juventuz Stadium in Turin. Facing the only side that have defeated them in Serie A this season, Antonio Conte's men looked really determined in grabbing maximum points on that tie.
The battle for that play offs spot in current England Championship campaign continue to look really tight especially for Reading as this weekend they only managed to snatch a point from their battle against Brighton & Hove Albion.
Barnsley keeping their survival hope alive and well as they grabbed an important home victory over Nottingham Forest this past weekend at the Oakwel Stadium. Both sides were looking really eager in picking up maximum points for different reason as the host are keen on moving away from that bottom three seat, while Forest are determined to maintain their current play offs spot.
Hull City grabbed the ticket into this season's FA Cup semifinals stage after they successfully eliminating fellow Premier League side, Sunderland last Sunday. Both teams were looking really determined in making their way into the next round of that historic competition, triggering a very tight affair since kick off which forced the first 45 minutes to end in goalless draw.
Many people might still doubting the composition and quality of England national side ahead of upcoming World Cup, but not for one of Three Lions young talent, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlian who is not short of confidence with current squad composed by Roy Hodgson.
For those following recent development in entertainment realm, they surely knows about Celebrity Big Brother show and since its 2014 series has just kicked off, it might be interesting to spin things into football especially English Premier League.
Goal is one of the most important part in football, if not the most essential aspect as it's not only every teams' purpose each time they spot on the field, but it also something that fans always celebrate from time to time.
Normal service has been resumed. Football is back with a vengeance. For those of us who dread the beginning of every year, when rugby union and the Six Nations dominates the sporting calendar, by the middle of February, football fans are in a happier place.
The most anticipated sporting events this year, World Cup 2014 in Brazil is just months away, with the drawing have already been done, some fans already booked their tickets, teams setting up their training camps and also publishing the kits for that upcoming event.
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Leighton Baines is set to agree a new long-term contract tying his future to Everton.
The left back's former boss David Moyes was twice unsuccessful in attempts to bring the player to his new club Manchester United over the summer, football betting experts believed the deal to be a forgone conclusion but the Toffees held firm - and this latest news means a move to Old Trafford is almost certainly off the agenda now.
The unavoidable scenes finally occurred at AC Milan as they parted ways with their head coach for this last three and a half year, Massimiliano Allegri, on Monday, straight after Rossoneri suffered a disappointing 4-3 defeat against struggling, Sassuolo.
An interesting development is set to occur in the transfer market involving La Liga star players, including Real Madrid midfielder, Xabi Alonso, who could be set for a new adventure with his contract running out and only have six months left.
In just couple of days, we will be celebrating the arrival of 2014, which obviously means another chapter in footballing scenes and anticipating the new year, English FA shared an interesting clips of all interesting events worth celebrating in 2013.
With January 2014 approaching closer, football fans are getting more excited in welcoming the upcoming World Cup tournament which will officially start next June in Brazil. Things got even hotter when the group drawings were done last Friday, with several interesting matches are in store for fans entertainment next year.