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It’s another Saturday ushering in exciting football actions across leagues in Europe and Africa. From England where the FA Cup Fourth Round fixtures hold away, to Italy where the Serie A take the front burner, to Spain where La Liga actions hot up, to Germany where Bundesliga takes the center stage, to Egypt where the Premier League gets more feisty.
Kicking off Saturday’s actions in the FA Cup is the all-Premier League contest at St. Mary’s Stadium between Southampton and FA Cup holders Arsenal.
Southampton are considered dark horses to land the trophy outright this season, and when you analyse their performances in 2020/21, it’s easy to see why.
High flying trio, Man Utd, Man City and Leicester are the only teams to have turned Southampton over in 17 fixtures involving the Saints since September last year, and Hasenhüttl’s hard-running side are expected to go toe-to-toe with Arsenal.
Saturday’s Spanish La Liga actions kick off at Estadio El Alcoraz where relegation threatened Huesca entertain the high flying Villarreal.
New manager Pacheta will have to complete some turnaround at Huesca if the club are to avoid an immediate return to the second tier, with Oscenses rooted to the foot of the table at the halfway stage and six points adrift of safety.
Things didn’t start well in terms of the result for the former Elche boss on Wednesday night as his side were beaten 1-0 at Getafe, although there were plenty of positives to take from Huesca’s display at Coliseum Alfonso Perez.
Fourth placed Villarreal have won two of their last three on the road and the Yellow Submarine are heavily ripped to pinch a win away from home.
Saturday’s actions in the Italian Serie A is headlined by the clash between leaders AC Milan and the all-attacking Atalanta at the San Siro stadium.
AC Milan secured another victory on Monday night, keeping them at the top of the table despite pressure from Inter Milan. The Rossoneri continue to defy expectations, while their transfer business is set to boost their hopes of claiming the title.
Milan face a real test this weekend, as they clash with an Atalanta side who have hit form. The visitors are now unbeaten in nine and could set their record points total for the first half of a season here. However, that would require a victory for a side who have drawn three of their last four away trips.
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