When Frank Lampard retired from football in 2017, not many imagined he was going to end up in management. Around the same period, Frank’s former boss; Jose Mourinho was in charge of Manchester United and won the community shield as well as the Europa League that season.
Fast forward three years later, Mourinho has moved on from Manchester and has taken charge of affairs at Tottenham while surprisingly, Frank is in charge of an impressive Chelsea side boasting of some of the most exciting players in the league.
With both teams at the top of the pile in the EPL so far this season, the apprentice is hosting his master at Stamford Bridge in a scintillating London derby. Tottenham knocked Chelsea out of the League Cup earlier this season and will be hungry to claim a first Premier League win over the Blues in more than two years. Will the apprentice come out tops against the master this time? Tune In to SuperSport Premier League this Sunday by 5:30 to find out.
Also elsewhere in Europe, the La Liga to be specific, Valencia takes on a Diego Simone led Atletico Madrid side who are aiming for yet another La Liga title after winning the competition against all odds in 2014. They will be aiming to put the stalemate of the midweek game against Lokomotiv Moscow quickly behind them and focus on their title push. Valencia have not beaten the Rojiblancos in La Liga since October 2014, but matches between these teams have been closely contested in recent times, with four of their last six meetings ending in draws. The game is live on DStv (SuperSport Laliga) this Saturday by 4:15 pm.
In the Serie A, the top game of the weekend is the Round 9 opener on the afternoon of Saturday 28 November, as Sassuolo welcome Internazionale to the MAPEI Stadium. The Neroverdi have been one of Serie A’s surprise packages so far this season and will be eager to underline that status with a victory over the Nerazzurri – something they have managed in four of their last six home matches against Inter. That game will be live on SuperSport Football by 3:00 pm.
Whichever game you prefer this weekend, DStv has got you covered. Make sure you are locked in cause it’s Football Time!