Premier League: Manchester United at Liverpool, 6:30 a.m. Saturday, NBCSN. It looks like United will be locked in a dogfight with Manchester City for this year’s title, but after a couple of recent disappointing draws, the pressure is on Liverpool. Does the home side still harbor dreams of a title? Or is fourth place good enough?


Bundesliga: RB Leipzig at Borussia Dortmund, 11:30 a.m. Saturday, FS2. This is probably all the advantage Dortmund can hope for in the German title race — a five-point head start on Bayern Munich, which fired manager Carlo Ancelotti after a disappointing start. Leipzig, meanwhile, still hopes for a top-four finish.


La Liga: Barcelona at Atletico Madrid, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, beIN. Atletico moved into a new stadium this season, which took away all of the cramped seating but also much of the charm and home advantage. Now the team needs to find a way to deal with Barcelona, which is undefeated, untied and barely scored upon through seven games this year.


Serie A: AC Milan at Inter Milan, 1:30 p.m. Sunday, beIN. AC Milan spent big in the offseason, but thus far it’s Inter that’s challenging at the top of the league, boasting the league’s best defense. The first Derby di Milano of the year will be a marker for the rest of the season. Which side can keep pace with Juventus and Napoli?