Twenty Plus Live Matches On DStv Now All Weekend

The Premier League clash between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur will take centre stage amongst the major European games scheduled for this coming weekend. DStv your home for the best...
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah (left) and Tottenham Hotspur's Danny Rose battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Wembley Stadium, London.

The Premier League clash between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur will take centre stage amongst the major European games scheduled for this coming weekend. DStv your home for the best top-flight football from England, Spain and Italy will have every inch of turf covered with over 25 live matches streaming live on DStv Now and your television.

Liverpool went to the top of the log before the international break when they won a tough clash away to Fulham. The result arrived on the same weekend as the FA Cup quarterfinals, meaning previous leaders Manchester City were not in Premier League action and now have a game in hand on their rivals.

City will want to turn the screw on the Reds with a win away to Fulham on Saturday afternoon in the opening game of the round, more than 24 hours before Jurgen Klopp’s side walk out the tunnel at Anfield to face Spurs.

In Spain’s La Liga, the ‘DerbiBarceloni’ between Barcelona and Espanyol is the key match. Barca come into the game on Saturday afternoon fresh from a 4-1 win away to Real Betis in which Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick to further extend his lead at the top of the scoring charts – the Argentine master has netted 29 goals this season, 11 more than his nearest chaser (which happens to be teammate Luis Suarez).

The result took their lead at the top of the log to a full 10 points and, with a UEFA Champions League quarterfinal against Manchester United looming early next month, manager Ernesto Valverde could perhaps look at resting key men in this clash.

Over in Italy’s Serie A, Roma hosting Napoli is the headline battle. The former, in their second game under new manager Claudio Ranieri, slumped to a 2-1 loss away to SPAL which put a major dent in their hopes of finishing in the top four.

 

Yet getting the better of Napoli, who have won on their last two trips to the StadioOlimpico, will be no straightforward task for the Giallorossi. The Neapolitans claimed a 4-2 win over Udinese before the international break and have lost just once (to runaway leaders Juventus) in their last 10 league matches.

 

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La Liga fixtures, 29-31 March

All times GMT

 

Friday 29 March

8pmGirona v Athletic Bilbao LIVEon SS7, Max2/Max2 & SelGo4

 

Saturday 30 March

12pm Getafe v Leganes LIVEon SS7/SS10, Max2/Max360 & SelGo2/SelGo4

3:15pm Barcelona v EspanyolLIVEon SS7, Max2 & SelGo4

5:30pmCelta de Vigo v Villarreal LIVEon SS7 & SelGo4

7:45pmDeportivoAlaves v Atletico Madrid LIVEon SS7, Max2 & SelGo4

 

Sunday 31 March

10amLevante v EibarLIVEon SS7/SS10, Max2/Max360 & SelGo2/SelGo4

12pmRayoVallecano v Real Betis LIVEon SS7, Max2 & SelGo4

2:15pmSevilla v Valencia LIVEon SS7, Max2 & SelGo4

4:30pm Real Valladolid v Real Sociedad LIVEon SS7, Max2 & SelGo4

6:45pm Real Madrid v Huesca LIVEon SS7, Max2 & SelGo4

 

Serie A fixtures, 29-31 March

All times GMT

 

Friday 29 March

7:30pmCheivo v Cagliari LIVEon SS8 & SelGo5

 

Saturday 30 March

2pmUdinese v Genoa LIVEon SS8 & SelGo5

5pmJuventus v EmpoliLIVEon SS8 & SelGo5

7:30pmSampdoria v AC Milan LIVEon SS8, Max1 & SelGo5

 

Sunday 31 March

10:30am Parma v AtalantaLIVEon SS8, Max1 & SelGo5

1pm Roma v Napoli LIVEon SS8 & SelGo5

1pmFrosinone v SPAL

1pmFiorentina v Torino LIVEon SS10, Max360 & SelGo2

4pm Bologna v SassuoloLIVEon SS8/SS10, Max360 & SelGo2/SelGo5

6:30pmInternazionale v Lazio LIVEon SS8, Max1 & SelGo5

 

Premier League fixtures, 30 March-1 April

All times GMT

 

Saturday 30 March

12:30pm Fulham v Manchester City LIVEon SS3 & Max1

3pm Brighton & Hove Albion v Southampton

3pmBurnley v Wolverhampton Wanderers LIVEon SS12

3pm Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Town

3pm Leicester City v Bournemouth

3pm Manchester United v Watford LIVEon SS3/SS10, Max1 & SelGo2

5:30pm West Ham United v Everton LIVEon SS3/SS10, Max1 & SelGo2

 

Sunday 31 March

1:05pm Cardiff City v Chelsea LIVEon SS3 & Max1

3:30pm Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur LIVEon SS3 & Max1

 

Monday 1 April

7pm Arsenal v Newcastle United LIVEon SS3 & Max1

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