Bundesliga: Bayern Munich at Borussia Monchengladbach, 8:30 a.m. Saturday, FS1. Bayern Munich hasn’t lost yet this season, but its trip to Monchengladbach is deceptively difficult. The home side lost its first five games of the season but is undefeated since. American winger Fabian Johnson scored twice for Monchengladbach in the team’s last game.
Premier League: Bournemouth at Chelsea, 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Ch. 11. This would normally be a David-and-Goliath case of the league’s smallest team visiting the league champion, but at the moment, both teams are locked in what’s looking to be a fight against relegation. Every point is vital; Bournemouth, in 18th, will hope to get a win against Chelsea, which is currently in 14th.
La Liga: Barcelona at Valencia, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, beIN Sports. Valencia hired former Manchester United defender Gary Neville as its new manager in midweek, after an uneven start saw Nuno Espirito Santo resign as manager. Neville’s first challenge: dealing with high-flying league leader Barcelona. Valencia hasn’t lost at home in La Liga this year, but this is a tall order.
Premier League: Liverpool at Newcastle, 10 a.m. Sunday, NBC Sports Network. Liverpool has won four consecutive games, including a 4-1 thumping of league leader Manchester City and a 6-1 thrashing of Southampton in the League Cup. Newcastle is one of the Premier League’s worst teams; will Jurgen Klopp’s new high-pressing style at Liverpool result in double-digit goals for the visitors?