The Manchester derby headlines a bumper weekend of football and LiveScore have all bases covered.
Resident columnist Joleon Lescott runs the rule over a thrilling set of Premier League fixtures and we preview all the action across LaLiga, Serie and the Bundesliga.
The Premier League's early kick-off tomorrow sees Manchester United host local rivals Manchester City, so who better to give his thoughts on the derby than a man who experienced several himself?
The former City defender takes a trip down memory lane as he looks back on the best games over the years between two of football's fiercest foes.
As always, he also sticks his neck out and predicts the results of all 10 games, where he will be looking to build on the four he correctly guessed last weekend.
Premier League drama
Our Premier League preview will ensure you are fully up to speed ahead of the action.
Antonio Conte takes charge of his first league game as Tottenham boss against Everton and in-form West Ham host title-chasers Liverpool.
For statistics, team news and quirky facts on all the games, it is really all you need.
Friday night lights
Kicking off the action tonight is out-of-sorts Aston Villa’s trip to Southampton.
While the Villans are enduring a torrid run, Ralph Hasenhuttl’s Saints have picked up seven points in their last three games.
A key figure has been impressive teenage right-back Tino Livramento and we turn the spotlight on the former Chelsea man ahead of the showdown at St Mary's.
There is also plenty of football to get stuck into on the continent.
In Serie A, we have the small matter of the Milan derby, with the unbeaten Rossoneri looking continue their near flawless start to the season.
Elsewhere, leaders Napoli face Verona and Jose Mourinho’s Roma will look to remain in the top four with a victory over Venezia.
Surprise LaLiga leaders Real Sociedad will look to continue their fine start to the season against Osasuna but will be wary of the chasing pack.
Second-placed Real Madrid host Rayo Vallecano, Atletico Madrid travel to Valencia and it is third against fifth as Sevilla face off against Real Betis.
Managerless Barcelona also tackle Celta Vigo with incoming boss Xavi still waiting in the wings.
In Germany, surprise package Freiburg face their toughest test yet when they play Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.
Borussia Dortmund are up against RB Leipzig, who will be looking to surge up the table following an unconvincing start.
And there's more
The January transfer window is within sight and clubs will be setting out plans to bolster their squads.
Our daily Transfer Talk column rounds up all the latest rumours and today leads on an Arsenal target admitting he would like to play in the Premier League.
We also pick the Premier League's top five most shocking results, with a certain memorable Manchester derby making the cut.