City's clash with Chelsea among seven must-watch games this week
A scintillating week of football beckons with the return of midweek European action and some huge league clashes across the continent.
We have picked out seven must-watch games for the next seven days, along with UK broadcast information.
Tuesday, February 13 — RB Leipzig vs Real Madrid (TNT Sports, 8pm)
The Champions League last 16 kicks off this week and 14-time winners Real Madrid lock horns with an exciting RB Leipzig side.
Carlo Ancelotti will be without the services of talisman Jude Bellingham after the England star picked up an ankle injury in last Saturday's 4-0 win over LaLiga title rivals Girona.
Wednesday, February 14 — Paris Saint-Germain vs Real Sociedad (TNT Sports, 8pm)
Paris Saint-Germain are aiming to win European football's biggest prize for the first time and come up against a Real Sociedad outfit viewed as tournament dark horses.
Free-scoring striker Kylian Mbappe is set to return to the French champions' starting XI after not featuring in their 3-1 victory over Lille with a minor ankle injury.
Thursday, February 15 — Feyenoord vs Roma (TNT Sports, 5.45pm)
A replay of the 2022 Europa Conference League final, Feyenoord host Roma in the first leg of what is set to be an enthralling Europa League knockout tie.
The Dutch outfit are second in the Eredivisie with 15 wins from 21 matches, while the Giallorossi — now managed by club legend Daniele De Rossi following Jose Mourinho's departure — sit sixth in Serie A following last Saturday's 4-2 defeat to Inter Milan.
Saturday, February 17 — Brentford vs Liverpool (TNT Sports, 12.30pm)
Liverpool continue their Premier League title bid with a tricky trip to Brentford, who are fresh from a much-needed 2-0 victory over Wolves.
The Reds got back to winning ways against Burnley last time out but will be wary of the threat posed by the Bees having lost this fixture 3-1 last season.
Saturday, February 17 — Arsenal vs Manchester United (Sky Sports, 12.30pm)
The Women's Super League returns this weekend after an FA Cup break and the headline fixture is a mouth-watering clash between rivals Arsenal and Manchester United at the Emirates.
Jonas Eidevall's Gunners are under pressure to deliver a win following a shock 2-1 defeat to West Ham in their last top-flight outing.
Saturday, February 17 — Manchester City vs Chelsea (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
Chelsea face a daunting trip to Manchester City with the Premier League champions hitting top gear after an underwhelming start to the campaign.
The Citizens have won 10 games in a row and Erling Haaland — who bagged a match-winning brace against Everton — will be licking his lips at the prospect of facing Mauricio Pochettino's leaky and injury-ridden defence.
Sunday, February 18 — Luton vs Manchester United (Sky Sports, 4.30pm)
Manchester United are aiming to make it four league wins on the spin against a Luton side reeling from their 3-1 home defeat to relegation rivals Sheffield United.
Rasmus Hojlund will look to continue his impressive form after finding the back of the net again in the 2-1 victory at Aston Villa — the Danish striker scoring in each of his last five top-flight appearances.