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Top games to watch on March 12-18, 2021

Chelsea vs Atletico, Arsenal vs Tottenham, Juventus vs Napoli headline top live games to watch on March 12-18, 2021

March 12, 2021 By Ali M.
The North London Derby, AC Milan vs Napoli, Man United vs West Ham, Boca Juniors vs River Plate, PSG vs Lille, and Chelsea vs Atletico are a few of the games to comprise our list.

What are the must-watch games this week?

Arsenal vs Tottenham this Sunday at 11:30 a.m. ET live on NBC Sports, Telemundo, and SiriusXM FC

The north London derby is upon us. Arsenal and Tottenham are gearing up to reignite their bitter rivalry, with Spurs looking to pull off the league double over the Gunners. Arteta is yet to win a game against their city rivals, with the Spaniard losing both of his encounters with Mourinho's side. Sunday's fixture would be the best time to end his wait as Aubameyang and Co. could move within four points of Tottenham. Unfortunately, form favors the visitors, with Kane and Co. picking up four wins in their last seven league matches while Arsenal boast only two victories. Do not miss this north London derby!

Arsenal, Tottenham, English Premier League, Broadcast listings

AC Milan vs Napoli this Sunday at 2:45 p.m. ET live on Rai Italia Nord America and ESPN+

Will AC Milan suffer another slip-up in their battle to win the Scudetto? This is the question on everyone's mind ahead of Sunday's highly-anticipated showdown with Napoli. With the Rossoneri going from league leaders to dropping six points behind current table-toppers Inter Milan, the consensus is that should they lose against Gattuso's men, their Serie A hopes would be all but over. Napoli are sixth and only three points adrift a UEFA Champions League spot, meaning Insigne and Co. will not turn up at the San Siro in second gear. Given that Pioli's side have won only two of their last eight fixtures, the likelihood of AC Milan dropping points this weekend are high.

AC Milan, Napoli, Serie A, Broadcast listings

Juventus vs Napoli this Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. ET live on Rai Italia Nord America and ESPN+

Juventus will be in action this weekend but the game everyone has their eyes on is Wednesday's home clash vs Napoli. The Bianconeri will host Gli Azzurri a week after their UEFA Champions League exit at the hands of Porto as Pirlo's side aim to salvage their season. The Old Lady are 10 points behind league leaders Inter Milan and are thus unlikely to successfully defend their Scudetto crown. However, it's important for Juventus to keep their hopes alive until the end as this season could witness the end of their nine-year winning streak. The last time Cristiano and Co. faced off against Napoli, they lost 1-0 and are thus due revenge. Can the Bianconeri pull it off? Tune in to find out.

Chelsea vs Atletico this Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET live on TUDN, ZonaFutbol, Paramount+

Will Chelsea maintain their excellent form when they host Atletico Madrid in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League round of 16 clash? The Blues will be in action this weekend, taking on Leeds, meaning there is a chance Thomas Tuchel could have suffered his first defeat when this midweek European fixtures comes around the corner. However, that would not take away from the spectacular job the German coach has been doing since replacing Lampard, drawing three and winning the remaining eight of his first 11 games in charge. The London giants boast a 1-0 goal lead thanks to Olivier Giroud's acrobatic winning goal in the away leg. Given that Chelsea have registered nine clean sheets in their opening 11 fixtures under Tuchel, betting on the Blues defending their first-leg advantage wouldn't be risky.

Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Broadcast Listings, UEFA Champions League

Biggest stories of the week

Ronaldo and Messi out of the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals for the first time in 16 years

The end of an era is fast approaching in the world of football, as Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi can no longer be considered as the dominant forces in the game.

The dominance of two of the greatest footballers to ever grace the pitch seems to have come to an end, as neither one of them will be around to battle for the UEFA Champions League title for the second year in a row. With both of their futures in the air, as Messi is still deciding if he will extend his contract with Barcelona and Ronaldo is reportedly considering an exit to another league, the chances of watching them winning the coveted tournament seem slim.

Mane scores Liverpool's 100th Champions League goal under Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool were offered a smooth passage into the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League at the expense of RB Leipzig with Sadio Mane scoring what was their 100th goal in the competition under Jurgen Klopp. The 28-year-old Senegalese forward sealed the fate of the Reds by doubling their lead after Mohamed Salah had put them in front earlier. On a personal level, Mane took his tally in the knockout stage of the European competition to 12. In essence, only Cristiano Ronaldo (13) has scored more at that phase of the competition since the Senegalese made his debut in the 2017-2018 season.

Milan moving closer towards extending Zlatan Ibrahimovic's stay at the Stadio San Siro

Zlatan Ibrahimovic might be celebrating his 40th birthday this October, but as the often-used statement goes, age is nothing but a number.

The Swedish star is now in his second spell at the Stadio San Siro. And despite being the resident "senior citizen", Ibrahimovic has showed no signs of slowing down. In fact, with 14 goals (16 across all comps), he's Milan's top goal-scorer, and until being sidelined by a recent injury, was among the top three candidates for the Capocannoniere this year.

Although he hasn't been able to play every game - and certainly won't in the upcoming season - Milan's hierarchy still feel it's worth their while to keep him on their books for just a little bit longer. The Rossoneri, who are hoping to secure their first Scudetto since 2011, acquired Ibrahimovic on a free transfer from LA Galaxy last year and his contract is set to expire this June. However, Milan have been so impressed with his contributions, as well as his mentorship of younger players, that, according to Italian publication Il Corriere della Sera, they're seriously considering offering him a one-year extension.

If so, 39-year-old Ibrahimovic, who's also Sweden's all-time top goal-scorer, would be offered the same salary he presently makes - approximately €7 million per season.

It's fair to say Zlatan has been a success at the San Siro

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Serie A, AC Milan, New Contract 

Joachim Low to step down as German NT boss after Euro 2020

It is official: Joachim Low will be stepping down as the coach of the German national team after Euro 2020. After months of speculation, the DFB confirmed that their tactician will bring an end to his reign after overseeing die Mannschaft for one last major tournament.

Being under contract until 2022 and having received backing from the German FA, many speculated Low would step down after the Qatar World Cup but the tactician has opted not to see out his deal. Despite this, the 61-year-old manager stressed that he is focused on the upcoming European Championship and is determined to end his reign with a trophy.

DFB president Fritz Keller and director of the national teams and academy Oliver Bierhoff hailed Low, commemorating him for the amazing contribution he has done for the German national team. Bierhoff also thanked the outgoing manager for the manner in which he is making his departure as it gives the DFB "the necessary time, calmly and a sense of proportion to name his successor".

Low to step down after this summer's European Championship. Who should replace the 2014 World Cup-winning manager?

Joachim Low, Germany, Euro 2020, Resignation 

This week in women's football, March 12, March 18, 2021, PSG, Lyon, Arsenal, Manchester United, Everton, FA WSL

The long-awaited D1 Arkema decider between Lyon and PSG, the UEFA Women's Champions League quarterfinal and semifinal draw and the FA Women's Super League's Matchday 17 are the headlines in women's football this week.

Division 1 Feminine – Le Classique Feminine

Division 1 Feminine leaders Paris Saint-Germain will make the long-awaited trip from France's capital east to the capital city in the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region to take on reigning champions Olympique Lyonnais on Saturday, March 13, at 3 p.m. ET. Olivier Echouafni's PSG defeated Lyon at home in November for the first time since the 2018 Coupe de France Feminine final to take command of the league. The Parisians have not dropped a point since and carry a two-point advantage over their bitter rivals. A win on Saturday would most likely secure PSG's first-ever title since joining France's topflight in 2001. 

UEFA Women's Champions League R16 results & quarterfinal/semifinal draw

The UEFA Women's Champions League round of 16 stage is nearly over as seven of eight teams have qualified to the quarterfinals. Qualified teams in bold lettering.

  • Chelsea 3-1 Atletico Madrid

  • Lyon 5-1 Brondby 

  • Wolfsburg 4-0 LSK Kvinner

  • Barcelona 9-0 Fortuna Hjorring 

  • Bayern Munich 9-1 BIIK-Kazygurt

  • Rosengard 4-2 St. Polten 

  • Manchester City 8-0 Fiorentina

  • PSG 5-0 Sparta Praha (second leg left to play; scheduled for Wednesday, March 17, at 9:30 a.m. ET)

The quarterfinal and semifinal draw will be streamed live on Friday, March 12, at 6 a.m. ET. 

FA WSL – Matchday 17 games to watch

Matchday 17 of the FA Women's Super League will stretch from Sunday, March 14, through Friday, March 19. The following two games are the most exciting out of the six fixtures.

Everton vs. Chelsea – Wednesday, March 17, at 3 p.m. ET

Manchester City were able to overcome Everton last weekend by one late goal, and now it is Chelsea's turn to be tested by Willie Kirk's Toffees. Everton will arrive at the match with one win in its last five games. With Man. City chasing Chelsea, Emma Hayes' Blues cannot afford to drop points against an Everton side running on poor form.

Arsenal vs. Manchester United – Friday, March 19, at 2:30 p.m. ET

Manchester United would need a flawless end to its FA WSL season to have a chance at winning the title. The Red Devils are six points behind first-place Chelsea with six games left in the campaign. More importantly, their upcoming game against Arsenal will be their toughest challenge with West Ham, Brighton, Tottenham, Bristol City and Everton left to play in the remainder of the campaign. A win at Meadow Park is a must for Casey Stoney and her women. It will not be an easy challenge by any means as they will face the third most explosive attacking side in the league led by Miedema, Foord and Jill Roord.

Key headlines from the world of football

Fabio Capello slams Cristiano over "unforgiveable mistake" during UCL elimination

After Juventus' shocking Champions League elimination, several names came under fire. Szczęsny was criticized for failing to stop Porto's second goal, Demiral was slammed for conceding an early penalty, while more pressure mounted on under-fire gaffer Andrea Pirlo. However, former Juventus and Italy manager Fabio Capello had his crosshairs on Cristiano after Tuesday's upset. The 74-year-old accused the five-time Ballon d'Or winner of committing an "unforgiveable mistake" that led to the Bianconeri's demise as he was guilty of turning his back against Oliveira's free-kick goal

Ramos aims dig at Barcelona after the Blaugrana's UCL exit

Real Madrid icon Sergio Ramos wasted no time to launch a dig at Barcelona over their disappointing performance in the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League, admitting that he was "happy" to see them being eliminated by PSG after Wednesday's draw.

"The satisfaction of watching Barcelona being eliminated is there, I have a beef against them and they are one of our bitter rivals. I don't mean to brag, but we are still in contention for the title at the moment. Besides, Keylor plays for PSG, so it was all good news," Ramos said.

Top games to watch this week

Saturday, March 13

Leeds United vs Chelsea (EPL)

Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich (Bundesliga)

Real Madrid vs Elche (La Liga)

Benfica vs Boavista (Primeira Liga)

Fulham vs Man City (EPL)

Getafe vs Atletico Madrid (La Liga)

Tondela vs Sporting CP (Primeira Liga)

Olympique Lyonnais vs PSG  (Division 1 Feminine)

Sunday, March 14

Torino vs Inter Milan (Serie A)

RB Leipzig vs Eintracht Frankfurt (Bundesliga)

Monaco vs Lille (Ligue 1)

Arsenal vs Tottenham (EPL)

Cagliari vs Juventus (Serie A)

Man United vs West Ham (EPL)

AC Milan vs Napoli (Serie A)

PSG vs Nantes (Ligue 1)

Porto vs Paços de Ferreira (Primeira Liga)

Boca Juniors vs River Plate (Argentine Primera Division)

Flamengo vs Fluminense (Campeonato Brasileiro Série A)

Guadalajara vs América (Liga MX)

Monday, March 15

Wolves vs Liverpool (EPL)

Barcelona vs Huesca (La Liga)

Famalicão vs Sporting Braga (Primeira Liga)

Tuesday, March 16

Real Madrid vs Atalanta (UEFA Champions League)

Man City vs Borussia M'gladbach (UEFA Champions League)

Wednesday, March 17

PSG vs Lille (Coupe de France)

Juventus vs Napoli (Serie A)

Bayern Munich vs Lazio (UEFA Champions League)

Chelsea vs Atletico Madrid (UEFA Champions League)

Everton vs. Chelsea (FA Women's Super League)

Thursday, March 18

Arsenal vs Olympiakos Piraeus (UEFA Europa League)

Dinamo Zagreb vs Tottenham Hotspur (UEFA Europa League)

Shakhtar Donetsk vs Roma (UEFA Europa League)

AC Milan vs Man United (UEFA Europa League)

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