Bundesliga: Bayern Munich at Hertha Berlin, 8:30 a.m. Saturday, FS2. Bayern pulled out a late victory last week while the rest of the top six teams in the German standings lost, all but clinching another Bundesliga title for the Bavarians. This game, then, is less about Bayern, and more about Hertha, which is only two points out of third place and desperate to get into the Champions League places.


Liga MX: Club América at Chivas, 9 p.m. Saturday, Univision/Facebook Live. This edition of the Clásico Nacional — between Mexico’s two most popular clubs — sees Chivas in the ascendancy and América on the decline. After Chivas defeated local rival Atlas last week, some are talking it up as a potential title contender and some are wondering if América coach Ricardo La Volpe would survive another loss.


FA Cup: Tottenham at Fulham, 8 a.m. Sunday, FS1. Fulham has had a rough couple of years, even with new ownership by Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan. This year, though, things seem to be turning around a little, with Fulham beginning to push for a place in the promotion playoffs. Sunday’s match comes against its former cross-London rival.


FA Cup: Manchester United at Blackburn, 10:15 a.m. Sunday, FS1. It’s been nearly five years since Blackburn was in the Premier League, just long enough to let this matchup of teams from England’s northwest start to seem unfamiliar. The Rovers might well end up being relegated to the third division this year, but they have a chance for glory in this match.