Which football will you be watching?

Good afternoon, are you all ready for another weekend of football? Well, I’m certainly enjoying all the Olympics this week but it won’t stop me watching any football. Below are a large clump of games that are on tonight and tomorrow across the UK and Europe. Yes, there is football going on in the Olympics and the rest of the World but I can’t list them all so I’ll just be highlighting the most popular games for you our audience out there.

I have no plans tonight thankfully as I’ve had a busy few weeks so I’m going to be taking in the Brighton & Hove Albion v Nottingham Forest game on Sky Sports 1 at 7.45pm tonight. I’m not sure which way it will go either. Brighton held Forest’s main rivals Derby to a 0-0 draw last weekend, whilst Forest themselves scored four goals in a seven goal thriller against Burton. I think there will goals tonight but will go with the home advantage and say 2-1 to Brighton.

That’s the only real outstanding game tonight, but there are a few tomorrow if we take a look:

  • Scottish Premiership 12:15pm Dundee v Rangers Scottish on BT Sport
  • Premier League 12:30pm Hull City v Leicester City on Sky Sports


    Rangers back in the Scottish Premiership

Rangers are back in the Scottish Premiership after their four years, they start away at Dundee but I can only see an away win. Hull too are back, but in the Premier League and after their managerial change they could be at sixes and sevens tomorrow so I’m afraid it looks like last years Champions Leicester may get off to a winning start.

  • Welsh Premier League 17:15pm Carmarthen Town v Connah’s Quay Welsh on S4C
  • Championship 17:30pm Norwich City v Sheffield Wednesday on Sky Sports
  • Premier League 17:30pm Man City v Sunderland on BT Sport

Pep’s first league game in charge at home

Both Norwich and Sheff Wed started with wins last weekend on the opening day so they’ll be full of confidence. However, I saw a bit of Wednesday’s game against Villa and Villa were on top for the most of what I saw and with Norwich having their Premier League experience and players I can only go for a home win. I’ll be watching the Man City game myself though. Big Sam might of got a draw on the opening day but I think it’ll be too much for Sunderland’s new manager David Moyes so again another home win and a routine victory for Pep.

  • International Champions Cup 19:00pm Inter Milan v Celtic on Sky Sports

And finally, yes that’s correct Celtic have no Premiership fixture this weekend, so if you fancy a late game Saturday night, Inter v Celtic could be the game for you. As it’s a friendly as such I’ll go for a draw on this. If you’re watching any other live football this weekend on the box, then please do let us know and give us a shout out below:

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