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Top games to watch on Nov. 5-11, 2021

Manchester Derby and Milan Derby headline top live matches to watch on Nov. 5-11, 2021

November 5, 2021 By Ali M.
Man Utd vs Man City, Bayern Munich vs Freiburg, West Ham vs Liverpool, and AC Milan vs Inter Milan are just a few of the games to comprise our list.

Top games to watch this week

Friday, November 5

Athletic Club vs Cádiz (La Liga)

Mainz 05 vs Borussia Mönchengladbach (Bundesliga)

Mazatlán vs Guadalajara (Liga MX)

Saturday, November 6

Manchester United vs Manchester City (English Premier League)

Chelsea vs Burnley (English Premier League)

Celta de Vigo vs Barcelona (La Liga)

Real Madrid vs Rayo Vallecano (La Liga)

Juventus vs Fiorentina (Serie A)

Bayern vs Freiburg (Bundesliga)

RB Leipzig vs Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga)

Bordeaux vs PSG (Ligue 1)

América vs Monterrey (Liga MX)

Sunday. November 7

Arsenal vs Watford (English Premier League)

Everton vs Tottenham (English Premier League)

West Ham vs Liverpool (English Premier League)

Valencia vs Atlético Madrid (La Liga)

Real Betis vs Sevilla (La Liga)

Napoli vs Hellas Verona (Serie A)

Milan vs Internazionale (Serie A)

Santa Clara vs Porto (Primeira Liga)

Pacos de Ferreira vs Sporting CP (Primeira Liga)

Benfica vs Sporting Braga (Primeira Liga)

Vélez Sarsfield vs San Lorenzo (Argentine Primera Division)

Monday, November 8

Toluca vs León (Liga MX Femenil)

Tigres UANL vs Pumas UNAM (Liga MX Femenil)

Huracán vs Argentinos Juniors (Argentine Primera Division)

Aldosivi vs Boca Juniors (Argentine Primera Division)

Chapecoense vs Flamengo (Brasileirão)

Tuesday, November 9

Gremio vs Fluminense (Brasileirão)

Cruzeiro vs Brusque (Serie B)

Dorados vs Tampico Madero (Liga de Expansion MX)

Wednesday, November 10

Athletico-PR vs Ceará (Brasileirão)

Atlético Mineiro vs Corinthians (Brasileirão)

Palmeiras vs Atlético Goianense (Brasileirão)

Fortaleza vs Sao Paulo (Brasileirão)

Juventude vs Internacional (Brasileirão)

Thursday, November 11

Russia vs Cyprus (World Cup Qualifying)

Georgia vs Sweden (World Cup Qualifying)

Armenia vs North Macedonia (World Cup Qualifying)

Greece vs Spain (World Cup Qualifying)

Ireland Republic vs Portugal (World Cup Qualifying)

Germany vs Liechtenstein (World Cup Qualifying)

Romania vs Iceland (World Cup Qualifying)

Malta vs Croatia (World Cup Qualifying)

Paraguay vs Chile (World Cup Qualifying)

Brazil vs Colombia (World Cup Qualifying)

Peru vs Bolivia (World Cup Qualifying)

Most-watched soccer games on U.S. TV: Oct. 26-Nov. 1, 2021

Manchester United's commanding 3-0 win against Tottenham at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium was the most-viewed soccer game in U.S. TV from Tuesday, Oct. 26, through Monday, Nov. 1.

Not only did the Red Devils batter Spurs, but club owners felt the need to sack Nuno Espiritu Santo after just 10 Premier League matches in charge. What seemed like dismay at the time quickly turned into excitement days later when the club agreed to a one-and-a-half-year contract with Italian manager Antonio Conte. 

NBC's Premier League broadcast on Saturday, Oct. 30, recorded 919,000 average viewers and a 0.53 viewership rating.

TUDN secured the number two and three spots with the Concacaf Champions League Final and an international friendly between Ecuador and Mexico. 

Monterrey were crowned North, Central America and Caribbean champions after taking down Mexican rivals Club America 1-0 in the final. Rogelio Funes Mori's ninth-minute goal decided the match. The game amassed 497,000 average viewers and received a 0.23 viewership rating on Thursday, Oct. 28.

Mexico fell 3-2 to Ecuador in an international friendly at Bank of America Stadium on Wednesday, Oct. 27. The blockbuster match saw Mexico level the scoring to 2-2 after going down by two goals early in the second half. However, Ecuadorian striker Walter Chala scored the game-winning goal in the 75th minute. TUDN's screening of the friendly averaged 472,000 viewers and received a 0.17 viewership rating.

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What are this week's must-watch games? 

Man United vs Man City this Saturday at 8:30 a.m. ET live on NBC Sports, Telemundo, fuboTV, Sling, and SiriusXM FC

The Manchester Derby is here! Man United and Man City are preparing to face off this weekend, with the Red Devils set to host the defending Premier League champions at Old Trafford in Saturday's early kick-off. All eyes will be on this tie as Cristiano and Co. look to overcome their shaky form when they face their bitter rivals. Despite pulling off a dramatic stoppage-time draw against Atalanta in the UEFA Champions League, Solskjaer's men once again exhibited worrying signs over the midweek. The Cityzens, on the other hand, lost 2-0 to Crystal Palace over the weekend but bounced back with their 4-1 victory over Club Brugge on Wednesday in Europe. 

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However, that is not the only interesting Premier League clash to keep an eye out for. Fellow title challengers Liverpool will be in for a tricky trip this weekend, with the Reds set to visit high-flying West Ham on Sunday following last weekend's Anfield slip-up against Brighton. League leaders Chelsea will welcome Burnley to Stamford Bridge while newly-appointed Tottenham head coach Antonio Conte will make his EPL debut with Spurs in a trip to Everton. In-form Arsenal, on the other hand, will host relegation-battling Watford with the aim of entering the top five should Man United drop points.

Bayern Munich vs Freiburg this Saturday at 10:30 a.m. ET live on ESPN+

The Bundesliga title race has been an exciting one this season, with Matchday 11 in the German top-flight pitting two of the top three teams against each other. They are league leaders Bayern Munich and third-placed Freiburg, with the pair set to face off at the Allianz Arena this weekend live exclusively on ESPN+. The visitors are the only remaining unbeaten team in the league, and with only seven goals conceded, Breisgau-Brasilianer boast the best defense in the Bundesiga so far this term. However, Nagelsmann's players are goalscoring machines, with Lewandowski and Co. netting a whopping 38 times in 10 league outings. Who will win this showdown? Tune in at 10:30 a.m. ET to find out the answer.

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However, that's not all. Second-placed Dortmund will also be in action on Saturday and could go top of the league if they win and Bayern Munich slip up. Unfortunately, Marco Rose's side will be in for a tricky test against an RB Leipzig side looking to climb back up into a European spot. Leverkusen, who have been in bad form domestically, will be visiting Hertha BSC on Sunday.

Inter Milan vs AC Milan this Sunday at 2:45 p.m. ET live on Paramount+

The Milan Derby is back! Paramount+ will bring live coverage of this exciting clash to the United States as two of Italy's greatest teams prepare to face off on Sunday. The Rossoneri, despite their struggles in Europe, have been nothing short of excellent in Serie A, boasting a seven-game winning streak. Pioli's men, who are level on points with league leaders Napoli, are yet to lose a single game this entire season and will look to maintain this run when they lock horns with their bitter rivals. The Nerazzurri, on the other hand, have suffered a defeat during the course of this campaign, also enduring back-to-back slip-ups against Lazio and Juventus earlier last month. As a result, the defending champions find themselves seven points behind in the Scudetto race, meaning they cannot afford to lose further ground if they wish to retain their title.

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This week in women's football, November 5, November 11, NWSL Playoffs, FA Women's Super League, Liga MX Femenil

This week in women's football will see the NWSL Playoffs quarterfinals, Liga MX Femenil games televised/streamed in the USA and ATA Football screen six club games from four top-flight European leagues.

How to watch NWSL Playoffs quarterfinals

Fans around the world will enjoy the NWSL's expanded playoff format for the first time, with six teams qualifying instead of four in prior years. 

The top two sides – Portland Thorns and OL Reign – earned a bye straight into the semifinals. On the other hand, the other four sides - Washington Spirit, Chicago Red Stars, Gotham FC and North Carolina Courage – will participate in the first playoffs round.

The first-round playoff games will unfold on Sunday, Nov. 7. The Chicago Red Stars will host NJ/NY Gotham FC at Toyota Stadium at 3 p.m. ET, and the Washington Spirit will host the North Carolina Courage at Audi Field at 5:30 p.m. ET.

Sunday, Nov. 7

Chicago Red Stars vs. NJ/NY Gotham FC at 3 p.m. ET

  • Canada: CBS Sports Network

  • United States: CBS Sports Network

  • International: Twitch

Washington Spirit vs. North Carolina Courage at 5:30 p.m. ET

  • United States: Paramount+

  • International: Twitch

Six games on ATA Football this weekend

ATA Football will live stream six women's club games from four European leagues, including the FA WSL, Frauen-Bundesliga, Primera Division and Serie A Women. The matches will take place from Friday, Nov. 5, through Sunday, Nov. 8. 

You can watch the two FA WSL games for free on The FA Player If you are not subscribed to ATA Football.

Serie A Women

One Serie A match between league-leaders Juventus and fifth-place Sampdoria will unfold on Friday, Nov. 5, at 9:30 a.m. ET. La Vecchia Signora will look to keep title-challengers Sassuolo, who are just three points away from Juve, at bay. 

Sampdoria vs. Juventus on Friday, Nov. 5, at 9:30 a.m. ET 

  • UK & Ireland:


There is a three-way tie for first place so far in the 2021-22 Frauen-Bundesliga season, involving Bayern Munich, Bayern Leverkusen and Eintracht Frankfurt. Two of those teams will be featured on ATA Football's weekend lineup.

Frankfurt will face VfL Wolfsburg, who are just three points behind the three league leaders, on Friday, Nov 5, at 2:15 p.m. ET. The game will be an opportunity for the She-Wolves to overtake Frankfurt and edge closer to first place. 

On the other hand, Frauen-Bundesliga reigning champions Bayern will face mid-table opponent SGS Essen on Saturday, Nov. 6, at 8 a.m. ET.

Wolfsburg vs. Eintracht Frankfurt on Friday, Nov. 5, at 2:15 p.m. ET 

  • USA:,, Fanatiz 

SGS Essen vs. Bayern Munich on Saturday, Nov. 6, at 8 a.m. ET 

  • USA: live, Fanatiz 

Primera Division

Real Madrid and Rayo Vallecano will go head-to-head on Saturday, Nov. 6, at 7 a.m. ET. Both sides will look for a win that would help them exit the bottom half of the table.

Real Madrid vs. Rayo Vallecano on Saturday, Nov. 6, at 7 a.m. ET 

  • USA:,, Fanatiz 

  • UK & Ireland:, Sky 

  • Germany & Italy:


The FA Women's Super League is back in action after the international break. Third-placed Tottenham Hotspur will face off against fourth-placed Manchester United on Sunday, Nov. 7, at 7:15 a.m. ET. Later, league-leaders Arsenal will take on London rivals West Ham United at 1:45 p.m. ET.

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester United on Sunday, Nov. 7, at 7:15 a.m. ET 

  • USA:,, Fanatiz 

  • Germany & Italy:, DAZN 

  • International: The FA Player

Arsenal vs. West Ham United Sunday, Nov. 7, at 1:45 p.m. ET 

  • USA:,, Fanatiz 

  • Germany & Italy: 

  • International: The FA Player

Four Liga MX Femenil games live in the USA

Liga MX Femenil continues this weekend and four games will be streamed/televised in the USA.

Saturday, Nov. 6

Cruz Azul vs. Necaxa at 2 p.m. ET

  • United States: TUDN USA,, TUDN App

Sunday, Nov. 7

Chivas Guadalajara vs. Queretaro at 11:30 a.m. ET

  • United States: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo

Monday, Nov. 8

Toluca vs. Leon at 6 p.m. ET

  • United States: TUDN USA,, TUDN App

Tigres UANL vs. Pumas UNAM at 8 p.m. ET

  • United States: TUDN USA,, TUDN App 

Biggest stories of the week

TRANSFER TALK: New Spurs coach Conte could turn to Serie A to boost squad

It's only been a few days since Antonio Conte officially took over at Tottenham following Nuno's sacking, but the highly-decorated Italian tactician is already making big plans as to how he intends to totally overhaul the squad ASAP.

That means making some key purchases during the upcoming January transfer market, and Conte, who won numerous titles while in charge of Inter and Juventus, is looking back to the league where he made his name both as a player and a manager: Serie A.

According to reports, Conte, who also won a Premier League title while in charge of Chelsea, is closely tracking four players. Two of them, Milan Skriniar and Stefan De Vrij, were part of Conte's squad as Inter won the Scudetto last season - their first since 2010. The third is Franck Kessie, with the Ivorian midfielder's contract at AC Milan set to expire at the end of this campaign, and could leave on a cut-price deal to avoid Milan losing him on a free transfer. 

And finally, the fourth to round out the quartet is a player who's been making waves lately: Fiorentina's Dusan Vlahovic, who's again firing in the goals for the Viola, with eight so far in Serie A for the Tuscan side this season.

Ronaldo equals Solskjaer's Man Utd goal tally with last-gasp equalizer vs Atalanta

Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored as many goals as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer did in his Manchester United career. The Portuguese superstar equaled that tally of 126 goals with a brilliant brace against Atalanta, bailing out the Norwegian manager's side from a potential loss in Tuesday night's UEFA Champions League Group F encounter. The Red Devils conceded Josip Ilicic's opener under just eight minutes but were brought back into the game after their iconic no.7 scored right on the stroke of half-time. 

The pendulum then shifted in favor of La Dea after the break, this time with Duvan Zapata getting the goal. Inside the first minute of additional time, Ronaldo emerged once more to score a stunning volley to seal a point for United. The former Real Madrid and Juventus attacker currently ranks as the top scorer for the Red Devils this season, having scored nine goals in 11 appearances thus far.

PSG reportedly considering terminating Sergio Ramos' contract

Despite sealing an exciting move to PSG over the summer, Sergio Ramos might never get the opportunity to don their lovely Jordan kit as the Ligue 1 giants are reportedly considering terminating his contract.

According to reports from Le Parisien and L'Equipe, the Parc des Princes side are growing fed up with the iconic center-back's ongoing injury issues. Despite signing him for free from Real Madrid after running out his Santiago Bernabeu contract, the Spaniard is said to be earning high wages in Paris, hence the boiling frustration.

Ramos' exact salary remains unknown, but the lowest estimations put him at £13M per which, which translates to approximately $17.8M annually. This means that while the legendary defender has not even made his debut for the club, he has – at the very least – already cost the French top-flight leaders £4M ($5.5M).

The 35-year-old has been condemned to the treatment table for quite some time now due to several knee and calf issues. In fact, he arrived in Paris injured, having played only four competitive matches this entire year, with his last outing coming back on May 5th during Real Madrid's UEFA Champions League semifinal defeat at the hands of Chelsea.

The tearing up of his contract is being touted as a possibility should he remain sidelined, but cancelling a multimillion dollar deal is easier said than done. An agreement would have to be reached with the player before terminating his two-year deal. Nonetheless, PSG continue to publicly maintain hope in his recovery as they recently stated that he could return to training anytime now, meaning all hope is not yet lost.

Other key headlines from the world of football 

Barcelona hit hard by injuries as two key players are out of clash vs Celta Vigo

The Blaugrana side have had quite a bit of problems with injuries in recent times. When the new manager, which is all but destined to be Xavi, gets to the Camp Nou, he will be informed that French striker Ousmané Dembelé's bad run with injuries continues, as he has been diagnosed with a muscular problem in his left knee. 

Dembelé had been out for the entire season due to a muscular problem in his right knee, and he had just made his debut in the 2021-22 season in the club's one-nil win over Dynamo Kyiv, and after a 25-minute cameo, the footballer will be out for the next few weeks.

If that was not enough bad news for Los Culés, the club also confirmed that defender Sergiño Dest will not be included in the trip to face Celta de Vigo as the footballer has been experiencing back problems. His return to the pitch will depend on how his body reacts to the treatment provided by the team's medical staff.

Liverpool celebrate milestones with two-nil win against Atlético

Liverpool have booked their spot in the knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League with an emphatic display against Atlético at Anfield. More than that, the Reds also picked up a couple of records while defeating Diego Simeone's men in a game that should have had a wider gap between the sides.

Fans could have seen Liverpool claim a bigger lead during the game at Anfield, but some of their strikers were not spot on when it came to the final touch. Either way, the Merseyside giants stretched their unbeaten streak to 25 games in all competitions, their joint-longest run since 1893.

If that was not enough for fans to be happy, their German boss also had a night of celebration with his 200th win as Liverpool's coach. Jurgen Klopp thus joined an elite list of bosses to have reached or surpassed 200 victories – the others being Kenny Dalglish (222), Bob Paisley (307), Tom Watson (329), and Bill Shankly (407).

Zlatan Ibrahimovic called up by Swedish National Team for key game vs Spain

Zlatan Ibrahimovic will have one final chance to extend his legacy as Sweden's all-time top scorer with the national team when the striker makes the trip to play the upcoming World Cup Qualifying games for the Blagult.

The AC Milan footballer has been called up by coach Janne Andersson for the key matches against Georgia and Spain, with the latter being crucial in determining the team that will earn the right to play in Qatar next year.

As things stand, Sweden are two points ahead of Spain in Group B, and if they are capable of winning four out of the six points available, they will book their spot in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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