The agenda for a football year-end: schedules and TV

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Football at the end of the year? Yes, football at the end of the year. For the fans waiting until 12 to say goodbye to 2022 and say hello to a better 2023, the sports agenda delivers matches from Europe to run a marathon before the toast.

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This Saturday the action will double in the Old Continent. Those responsible for opening the day, now for ESPNI am wolverhampton Y Manchester Utd. There is an Argentinian on the field and it is Alexander Garnacho.

The world champion Lisandro MartínezOn the other hand, he recently made himself available to the United manager, Erik Ten Hag after the celebrations and that’s why he wasn’t focused for this Premier League game and is watching it from his home. His return will be against Bournemouth on Tuesday.

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At 12, still in the English league and broadcast by Star+, there will be four top-level matches: Bournemouth-Crystal Palace, Newcastle-Leeds, Fulham-Southampton and Manchester City versus Everton.

The Citizens come after beating Leeds at the hands of an inspired Erling Haaland and will now look to continue their good run without the presence of Julián Álvarez, who only joined his team-mates on Friday after spending Christmas at Calchín but could be awarded at the Etihad Stadium.

Then, another of Saturday’s highlights has to do with what will happen from 2:30pm (ESPN) at Falmer Stadium, where the Brighton will host ArsenalPremier League leaders.

Without Alexis Mac Allister, already excluded by his manager, Brighton will try to get off to a running start to stay on in the fight for the title. He is now seventh and just six points away from entering the Champions League.

Finally, it’s time to review the action in Spain, which kicks off at 10am with the Catalan classic starring Barcelona Y Spanish, teams that live very different realities. The duel will be broadcast by DirecTV.

Later, at 12.15 and on the same screen, Real Sociedad-Osasuna and Villarreal-Valencia can be seen. In the Yellow Submarine they have already gathered and been summoned Juan Foyth and Geronimo Rulli.

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Like Saturday, football Sunday will start very early for the Argentines, when Tottenham and Aston Villa meet at 11:00 for the continuation of the Premier League. On the part of the “Spurs” the possible presence of Cuti Romero stands out, who entered training on Thursday and who could be at the disposal of DT Antonio Conte, who he will face on Sunday. A similar case is that of Dibu Martínez, who apparently could wear Villa’s gloves if the Spanish Unai Emery has them.

At 1.30pm, the close of this weekend of football in Great Britain will be in charge of Nottingham Forest and Chelsea. But Sunday will not only be marked by Premier League action, but as the weekend sets in, a new league will be added – none other than France’s Ligue 1.

He recovered last Wednesday, but will continue with the following clashes: Angers-Lorient, Monaco-Brest, Nantes-Auxerre; Toulouse vs Ajaccio (all at 11am); Olympique de Lyon-Clermont (1.00pm) and Lens-PSG (4.45pm).

The Parisians, leaders of Ligue 1, will not be able to count on Lionel Messi in the face of this decisive clash, since the captain of the Argentina national team is still in Rosario with his family and will only join training sessions on January 3rd4.

In principle, Rosario’s idea would be to return to the field on the 11th against Angers for Ligue 1, although there is also a slight possibility that he will return on the 6th against Chateauroux for the Cup of France.

In this way, more and more world champions are starting to change chips and, after a World Cup to remember, they try to continue demonstrating their best level, this time in their clubs.

Few are still on vacation, but as the days go by they will all go back to their routine, and many of them even dream of ending this season on a high note even shouting champions with their team’s shirt.

Source: Clarin

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