Being a weekend matchday, K24 TV will be airing three matches live across the top three European leagues which are English Premier League, La Liga and Serie A.Through their social media platforms, K24 TV has already confirmed the matches they will be airing live and below is a summary of their schedule:
Under the first live sports programme EPL Maskani, K24 TV will be airing live the match between Liverpool and Southampton starting at 6.00pm.Liverpool is currently placed third on the EPL table with 25 points from 12 matches while their weekend rivals are placed thirteenth with 14 points.
Under the second live sports programme La Liga Santimaa, K24 TV has promised to air live the match between Mallorca and Getafe starting at 8.30pm on Saturday.Mallorca is currently placed in the thirteenth position on the La Liga table with 15 points from 14 matches while Getafe is battling relegation at position 19 with 9 points.
The last live match of the weekend at K24 TV will be a Serie A action on Sunday 5.00pm between AC Milan and Sassuolo.AC Milan are having a fine run as they are in the second position on the Serie A table with 32 points from 13 matches while Sassuolo settle in the thirteenth position with 15 points.
The biggest match of the weekend will be the match between Chelsea and Manchester United which will be played on Sunday at 7.30pm.On the EPL table, Chelsea settled in the first position as Manchester United settle in the eighth position.Which club do you think will win this much contested match? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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