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Carabao Cup final headlines seven must-watch games this week
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Mitchell Fretton
Chelsea and Liverpool will clash at Wembley on Sunday
Chelsea and Liverpool will clash at Wembley on Sunday

A catalogue of exciting games take place across Europe this week as teams battle for supremacy in multiple competitions.

We have picked out seven must-watch games for the next seven days, along with UK broadcast information.

Monday, February 19 — Everton vs Crystal Palace (Sky Sports, 8pm)

A relegation six-pointer is on the cards to start the week as Everton host Crystal Palace, who are on the verge of appointing Oliver Glasner as their new manager.

The Eagles — who will be led by assistants Paddy McCarthy and Ray Lewington after Roy Hodgson announced his resignation as head coach — are without star duo Eberechi Eze and Michael Olise. 

Meanwhile, a win for the Toffees will see them go within two points of their opponents.

Tuesday, February 20 — Inter Milan vs Atletico Madrid (TNT Sports, 8pm)

Inter Milan are looking to go one step further in the Champions League this season after losing to Manchester City in last year's final.

They face an Atletico Madrid side who are always capable of causing problems under Diego Simeone but Lautaro Martinez and Co will be confident having enjoyed a hugely successful season at the top of Serie A so far.

Wednesday, February 21 — Napoli vs Barcelona (TNT Sports, 8pm)

Victor Osimhen has been a big miss for Napoli
Victor Osimhen has been a big miss for Napoli

Napoli and Barcelona have performed well below par in 2023-24 and both managers look to be on their way out. 

Xavi has already confirmed he will depart the Camp Nou at the end of the season, while Walter Mazzarri is feeling the pressure in Italy only a few months after his appointment last November.

Victor Osimhen is said to be a doubt for this Champions League clash in Naples after missing out on Africa Cup of Nations glory with Nigeria and scoring only once during the tournament.

Friday, February 23 — Leeds vs Leicester (Sky Sports, 8pm)

A huge clash in the Championship awaits as table toppers Leicester travel to second-placed Leeds in their bid to return to the Premier League.

A win for the Foxes would extend their cushion to 12 points at the summit but Leeds will be backing themselves in front of an electric Elland Road crowd to cut the gap to six instead.

Saturday, February 24 — Bournemouth vs Manchester City (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)

Manchester City cannot afford too many slip-ups if they are to keep pace with Arsenal and Liverpool and must be wary as they travel to Bournemouth.

The Cherries have picked up impressive wins against Newcastle and Manchester United this season but did ship six goals when they visited the Etihad back in November.

Saturday, February 24 — Arsenal vs Newcastle (TNT Sports, 8pm)

Newcastle overcame Arsenal last November
Newcastle overcame Arsenal last November

Arsenal can extend their five-game Premier League winning streak by beating Newcastle in North London on Saturday night.

There is a massive 18-point gap between the two clubs but the Magpies handed the Gunners one of their four top-flight defeats this season in the reverse fixture at St James' Park.

Sunday, February 25 — Chelsea vs Liverpool (Sky Sports, 3pm)

Wembley awaits two of England's most decorated clubs as Chelsea and Liverpool do battle in a repeat of the 2022 Carabao Cup final.

Raheem Sterling scored against old club Manchester City in last Saturday's 1-1 draw and will be hoping to do so again when he faces his former Merseyside employers in the capital.


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