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Top 5 soccer matches to watch on Oct. 20-21, 2018

Chelsea vs Man Utd, Barca vs Sevilla feature in top five matches on TV for October 20-21 weekend

October 19, 2018 By Ali M.
Internazionale vs AC Milan, Juventus vs Genoa, Chelsea vs Manchester United, Barcelona vs Sevilla and Real Madrid vs Levante comprise our top five matches to stream and watch on TV this weekend.

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Chelsea vs Manchester United

The Premier League kicks back into action with a banger, with Man United traveling to Chelsea for the early kick-off. This game is scheduled at 7:30 ET/11:30 GMT on Saturday, October 20 on NBC Sports, SiriusXM FC, UNIVERSO, and Telemundo Deportes En Vivo in the USA; Sky Sports and BBC Radio 5 Live in the UK; TSN in Canada; and SBS and Optus Sport in Australia.

The Red Devils' last game saw them come back from 2-0 down to beat Newcastle 3-2 at home. Nonetheless, their performance was not convincing and questions are still being asked about the players and Jose Mourinho ahead of the clash with his former side.

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Meanwhile, Chelsea has been in great form and will be keen on beating Man United to stay tied or leapfrog Liverpool and Man City at the top of the table.

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Real Madrid vs Levante

Real Madrid will resume their Spanish Primera Division campaign on Saturday, October 20 with a clash with Levante. Kick off is at 7:00 ET/11:00 GMT on beIN Sports in the USA; Eleven Sports in the UK; beIN Sports and DAZN in Canada; and beIN Sports in Australia.

Lopetegui's men have gone four games without a win in all competitions, losing their last two games. They'll hope to put this atrocious run to an end over the weekend.

Barcelona vs Sevilla

Another Spanish giant that has shown weakness this season is Barcelona. They are second in the table and will take on first-placed Sevilla on Saturday, October 20. Kick-off is at 14:45 ET/18:45 GMT on beIN Sports and Radio Barca in the USA and Australia; Eleven Sports in the UK; beIN Sports, DAZN, and Radio Barca in Canada; and on Movistar in Spain.

Messi and Co. are soaring in Europe, but their domestic form has taken a dip, as they are winless in their last four league games (D3, L1). They will host a Sevilla side led by the in-form Andre Silva hoping to return to winning ways.

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Juventus vs Genoa

This interesting tie is also scheduled for Saturday, October 20. Kick-off is at 12:00 ET/16:00 GMT on ESPN+ in the USA; Eleven Sports 2 UK in the United Kingdom; DAZN and TLN in Canada; beIN Sports in Australia; and on Sky Italia in Italy.

The Bianconeri has been unstoppable this season but will cross paths with Krzysztof Piątek, the Genoa forward that has scored nine times in the opening seven games. Will he be able to stop Allegri's men? Tune in to find out.

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And the Milan Derby

Inter Milan vs AC Milan

Who doesn't love a Milan Derby? The latest edition of this heated rivalry is due on Sunday, October 21. Kick-off is at 14:30 ET/18:30 GMT on Rai Italia America and ESPN+ in the USA; Eleven Sports 1 UK in the United Kingdom; Rai Italia America, DAZN, and TLN in Canada; on beIN Sports and Rai Italia Australia in Australia; and on Sky Italia in Italy.

Today's big headlines

Neymar wants to return to Barcelona

While these rumors are nothing new, the latest reports claim Neymar has an agreement with Nasser Al-Khelaifi to leave the club this summer if the right offer comes along. Barcelona knows that this deal would be difficult, but a Camp Nou return for the Brazilian is no longer impossible.

Higuain blames Cristiano for his Juventus exit

Higuain had been an important figure in Turin for Juventus, but Cristiano's arrival led to his AC Milan switch. The Argentine has spoken about his departure, claiming he was forced out the door by the Old Lady.

"The decision to leave wasn't mine. I gave it all for Juve's colors and won many titles there, but when Cristiano arrived, they told me I had to leave and that they were trying to figure things out," the South American confessed.

What to look forward to next week

The excitement continues on Monday, with Arsenal hosting Leicester in the Premier League in the final game of the upcoming round. Elsewhere, the Champions League and Europa League will resume later next week.

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