Bundesliga: Bayern Munich at Werder Bremen, 8:30 a.m. Saturday, FS1. Counting two games for Poland, Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski has scored in six consecutive games — and tallied a hardly believable 15 goals in that span. Bremen, meanwhile, has lost four in a row in the Bundesliga, so the question really is: Can Lewandowski score 10 goals in this game?

Premier League: Manchester United at Everton, 9 a.m. Saturday, NBC Sports. Everton, picked by many to remain in the middle of the Premier League pack this year, has instead been one of the better teams in England. Manchester United is still smarting from its pre-international break loss to Arsenal, and looking to get back on track.

NASL: Minnesota United at Indy, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Ch. 45. Minnesota officially clinched a playoff berth last week; all the Loons can do now is try to overtake Ottawa for the fall-season championship. The Fury plays Sunday, so a win in Indy would move Minnesota into a temporary tie with the league leaders — and extend United's 11-game unbeaten streak.

MLS: Portland at Los Angeles, 6 p.m. Sunday, FS1. With two weeks to go in the MLS season, this game has major playoff implications. The Timbers are yet to clinch the berth that could save coach Caleb Porter's job. The Galaxy still could win the Supporters' Shield with the league's best record — or drop to third in the West and miss out on a first-round bye.