Monday, November 20, 2023 at 10:14 AM• Stefan Coerts

As winter slowly approaches, international football is running at full speed. With a few weeks to go until the winter break, it is more exciting than ever who can call themselves winter champion. Can Girona manage to top LaLiga in December and can Tottenham Hotspur recover in the Premier League? With the last group matches in the Champions League, the coming weeks guarantee a lot of spectacle and you can be there!

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After the international break, the national competitions will resume and in England the top match between Manchester City and Liverpool is immediately scheduled. These two superpowers will face each other at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday, November 25. Manchester also plays this day in Ligue Two (New in the ticket shop!) when Salford City is visited by Milton Keynes Dons. Salford City is owned by a group of former Manchester United players, namely brothers Phil and Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and David Beckham. In Ligue Two, AFC Wimbledon receives a visit from Notts County and Tottenham receives a visit from Aston Villa, Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United returns to Liverpool for the away match against Everton and Fulham plays against Wolverhampton at Craven Cottage.

The ball is also starting to roll again in Spain after the international break. Mallorca is trying to leave the bottom regions, but to do this they have to get points in the match against Atlético Madrid. Stunt team Girona takes on the Basques of Athletic Bilbao at home. With three points more than number two, Real Madrid, Girona is on course to be crowned winter champion. Real Sociedad is visited by Sevilla in LaLiga. Visitors can use the points to join the (sub) top. They are ten points behind number six, the place that entitles them to European football and this place is currently occupied by the home team.

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The Dutch in Italy can also play again in the first round after the international matches. Tijjani Reijnders takes on Fiorentina with AC Milan, Rick Karsdorp’s AS Roma hosts Udinese at home and the Dutch-tinted Internazionale visits Juventus with Denzel Dumfries, Davy Klaassen and Stefan de Vrij, where Dean Huijsen is getting more and more playing minutes. In Bologna, Sam Beukema, Joshua Zirkzee, Sydney van Hooijdonk and Jafar Bynoe receive a visit from Torino.

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Ticket offer England
November 25 – Manchester City vs Liverpool – from €767
November 25 – AFC Wimbledon vs Notts County – from €51
November 25 – Salford City – Milton Keynes Dons – from €37
November 26 – Tottenham Hotspur vs Aston Villa – from 255 euros
November 26 – Everton vs Manchester United – from 743 euros
November 27 – Fulham vs Wolverhampton – from 37 euros

Ticket offer Spain
November 25 -Atlético Madrid vs Mallorca – from 62 euros
November 26 – Girona vs Athletic Bilbao – from 62 euros
November 26 – Real Sociedad vs Sevilla – from 74 euros
November 28 – Barcelona vs FC Porto – from 112 euros

Ticket offer Italy
November 25 – AC Milan vs Fiorentina – from 219 euros
November 26 – AS Roma vs Udinese – from 77 euros
November 27 – Verona vs Lecce – from 40 euros
November 27 – Bologna vs Torino – from 38 euros
November 28 – Lazio Roma vs Celtic – from 84 euros
November 28 – >AC Milan vs Borussia Dortmund – from 190 euros