Premier League: Tottenham at Leicester City, 9 a.m. Saturday, NBC Sports Network. Leicester City has surprised everyone by starting 2-0. It might be a long season, but the Foxes are already aiming for the magic 40-point mark, which should see them avoid relegation; another win would put them nearly a quarter of the way there. Tottenham blew a late 2-0 lead last week to Stoke City and lost its opener on an own goal.
NASL: Minnesota United at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Ch. 45. Nothing is going right for the Rowdies, losers of five of seven, including a midweek loss at Indy. In response, the team fired coach Thomas Rongen and GM Farrukh Quraishi on Friday. This might not be a great advantage for the Loons; the same firings happened in Fort Lauderdale in the spring, and United lost 3-2 to the Strikers the following Saturday.
Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund at FC Ingolstadt 04, 8:30 a.m. Sunday, FS1. In 2004, Ingolstadt was a newly formed team in the German fourth division. Now it’s ready for its first home match in the Bundesliga, against a potentially rejuvenated Dortmund side. BVB has yet to lose under new coach Thomas Tuchel, though it had to score four times to come back from a shocking 3-0 deficit against small Norwegian side Odd in midweek.
MLS: New York City at Los Angeles, 2 p.m. Sunday, ESPN. This is the match that MLS most wants you to watch — the stars of Los Angeles against the stars of NYC FC. Pirlo! Gerrard! Lampard! Villa! It’s all of your favorite players from the 2006 World Cup! Criticize the league all you want, and we’ve said plenty about its focus on European veterans, but the attention heaped on this game is why the league goes this route.