🪐 Tonight’s football schedule featuring United, Real Madrid & Villarreal

🪐 Tonight’s football schedule featuring United, Real Madrid & Villarreal

A few of Europe's heavyweight clubs can make big strides toward their season objectives with wins tonight. 

Here's what's ahead in the Monday night football. 

🇪🇸 Deportivo Alavés vs Getafe

17th-placed Alaves has now lost six consecutive LaLiga matches and they're desperate for a result tonight to steer them clear of the relegation scrap. They have an opportinity to get something against Getafe, who's only won once in their last five on the road, and only scored twice in their last four. This won't be pretty but it should be fiercely-contested. A point for Alaves would take them foir points clear of danger, which might just be enough.

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🇪🇸 Villarreal vs Real Sociedad

The Yellow Submarine has been anentertaining force this season, especially at the Estadio dela Ceramica, with Villarreal's 35 matches this season averaging 2.91 goals per game. Only Barcelona (3.22) have a higher aveage than them. Nigerian youngster Samuel Chukwueze and Spanish veteran playmaker Santi Cazorla (10 goals & eight assists in LaLiga) have been two of the driving forces behind a brilliant campaign. A win tonight would solifify their fifth position in the Spanish top-flight.  

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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Man United vs Southampton

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Man United side is absolutely flying at the moment. Their 3-0 triumph at Villa park meant that they became the first side in Premier League history to win four consecutive matches by three or more goals, and three points tonight would move them up to third in the table. It's all about thre threes with Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial proving to be a deadly attacking trio. One man they must look out for is Southampton striker Danny Ings; he's aiming to become the first Saints player to hit 20 Premier League goals in a season since James Beattie in 2002-03.

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🇮🇹 Inter vs Torino

It's been a topsy-turvy Serie A season for Antonio Conte's Inter Milan but third place is still within their grasp and a win tonight against Inter would take them here with six games to play. Scoring goals at the San Siro hasn't been a problem for the Nerrazzuri, but a 3-3 draw Sassuolo and a shock 2-1 reverse against Bologna last time out proves that inconsistency continues to plague Inter. 

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🇪🇸 Granada vs Real Madrid

Five consecutive wins accompanied by five clean sheets makes Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid side pretty hard to stop at the moment. In a way, they've made a mental shift since the lockdown and treated the league like a mini-knockout affair and that suits them perfectly, considering their brilliant recent record in the Champions League. It won't be easy tonight though, against a Granada side that has scored at least twice in each of their last four LaLiga outings. Zizou will have Sergio Ramos and Dani Carvajal back from suspension, which will only aid their defensive efforts.

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Enjoy the action!