Schedule of Weekend Live Today, Man United Vs Tottenham

Schedule of Weekend Live Today, Man United Vs Tottenham

Fierce duel will be presented this weekend in the Premier League event. Manchester United will host Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford in the 10th week of England’s highest caste on Saturday (28/10/2017).

The match which took place at 18.30 WIB will be broadcast live by national television MNCTV.

The two top teams will be up for second place in the standings. Man United are currently only ahead of goal difference over Tottenham as they are both collecting 20 points from nine action already dilakoni, five points adrift of Manchester City at the top.

Judging by the meeting record, Man United deserves to feel superior because of a total of 186 meetings, the Red Devils win 88 times, 50 defeats and 48 times they share a draw alias.

When referring to the last five matches, Man United still remain a winner with a 3-2 record. However, in the latest match that took place May 14, 2017, Tottenham who was then host status, conquering the Red Devils with a score of 2-1.

Schedule of live broadcast this weekend:

Saturday, October 28, 2017

League 1
Borneo FC vs Persija Jakarta, TV One at 18.30 WIB

Premier League
Manchester United vs. Tottenham Hotspur, BeIn Sport 1 / MNCTV at 18.30 WIB
Liverpool vs Huddesfield Town, BeIn Sport 1 at 21.00 pm
West Bromwich Albion vs Manchester City, BeIn Sport 2 at 21.00 pm
Arsenal vs Swansea City, BeIn Sport 3 at 21.00 pm
Bournemouth vs Chelsea, BeIn Sport 1 / RCTI at 23.30 WIB

La Liga
Deportivo Alaves vs Valencia, BeIn Sport 2 at 18.00 WIB
Atletico Madrid vs. Valencia, BeIn Sport 2 at 23:30 pm

Bundesliga
Hannover vs Borussia Dortmund, Fox Sports 3 at 20:30 pm
Bayern Munich vs Leipzig, Fox Sports 2 at 23.30 WIB

Eredivisie
Roda JC vs Feyenoord, Fox Sports 3 at 23.30 WIB

Sunday, October 29, 2017

League 1
Persipura Jayapura vs Arema FC, TV One at 13.30 WIB
Barito Putera vs PSM Makassar, TV One at 18.30 WIB

Premier League
Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Southampton, BeIn Sport 1 at 20:30 pm
Leicester City vs. Everton, BeIn Sport 1 at 23.00 pm

La Liga
Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona, ​​BeIn Sport 2 at 01.45 WIB
Getafe vs Real Sociedad, BeIn Sport 2 at 18.00 WIB
Girona vs Real Madrid, BeIn Sport 2 at 21:15 pm

Bundesliga
Werder Bremen vs Augsburg, Fox Sports 3 at 21.30 WIB

Ligue 1
Montpellier vs Stade Rennais, BeIn Sport 3 am 01.00 pm
Olympique Lyon vs Metz, BeIn Sport 3 at 21.00 WIB
Toulouse vs Saint-Etienne, BeIn Sport 3pm at 11pm

Eredivisie
Vitesse Arnhem vs PSV Eindhoven, Fox Sports 3 at 18.30 WIB

Monday, October 30, 2017

League 1
Bali United vs Sriwijaya FC, TV One at 18.30 WIB

La Liga
Eibar vs Levante, BeIn Sport 2 at 00.30 WIB
Malaga vs Celta Vigo, BeIn Sport 2 at 02:45 pm

Bundesliga
Stuttgart vs. Freiburg, Fox Sports 3 at 00.00 WIB

Ligue 1
Lille vs Olympique Marseille, BeIn Sport 3 at 03.00 am

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Premier League
Burnley vs Newcastle United, BeIn Sport 1 / MNCTV at 03.00 am

La Liga
Espanyol vs Real Betis, BeIn Sport 2 at 03.00 am
Las Palmas vs. Deportivo La Coruna, BeIn Sport 3 at 03.00 pm

Cambiasso retired from the world of football

Cambiasso retired from the world of football

Former Inter midfielder Esteban Cambiasso has now retired from professional football and is expected to become sporting director.

Cambiasso’s contract with Olympiakos has expired in the summer, and Spanish news agency EFE reports that he has completed a course at Coverciano coaching school, which allows the 37-year-old to manage a young team and help top clubs.

However, the Persian press believes Cambiasso will pursue a higher role in a club.

The Argentine-born player started his career with Real Madrid in 1996, before spending four years returning home with Independiente and River Plate.

Cambiasso returned to Los Blancos in 2002, winning La Liga once, but he is famous for his 10th career with Inter, where he plays more than 400 times and lifts five Scudetto, as well as one Champions League.

He spent the last three years of his playing career with Leicester City and Olympiacos, while he represented Argentina in 52 occasions, including at the 2006 World Cup.