After a weekend full of exciting international FIFA World Cup qualification fixtures, club football is back in the top and most followed European leagues over this weekend.This weekend is full of much contested fixtures which football fans can't wait to watch.
K24 TV which has been airing live matches across English Premier League, La Liga and Serie A through it's social media platforms has confirmed the matches they will be airing live over this weekend.Under their sports programme EPL Maskani K24 TV will air live the match between Arsenal and Norwich City which will kick off at exactly 5.00pm.
Arsenal has had a bad start in this season loosing all it's first three matches hence settling in the 20th and last position on the EPL league table with Norwich a place above Arsenal all with zero points.This promises to be a good clash as both teams will be playing for their first win of the season.
At 7.30pm under the La Liga Santimaa programme, K24 TV will be live from Spain with a mouth watering clash between Levante and recently promoted Real Vallecano.This too promises to be a nice clash as new comer's are always unpredictable.
One of the best EPL clash of the weekend will be the match between Leicester City and Manchester City on Saturday 5.00pm.Which of this teams do you think will carry the day on Saturday? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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