With a monumental weekend of Football matches including huge derby clashes awaiting us, here are all the most important stories across the footballing world.

This Weekend’s Must-Watch Games:

Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund – Saturday 17:30PM – BT Sport 2

Whilst the clash of the Bundesliga’s two biggest football titans doesn’t have the same top two weight to it this year as in previous, expectations will still be high.

Bayern will enter the game with the league far from secure. Just two points clear at the top of the table, and with high flying RB Leipzig hot on their tails.

Dortmund have had a mixed season, sitting in fifth place a win against Der Bavarians could see them move up to the Champions League places.

For the neutral this will be a can’t miss football match, as the Bundesliga’s top scoring sides come head-to-head.

Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid – Sunday 15:15PM – LaLiga TV

A footballing war is forecasted for this weekend in Spain as Atletico’s Wanda Metropolitano hosts bitter rivals Real Madrid.

Diego Simeone’s side are chasing their second league title under the manager, and their recent struggling form contrasting with Real’s unbeaten run has added yet more fuel to this fire.

Atletico may very well stand tall as La Liga champions come the season’s end, but with just five points separating them from chasing Barcelona and Real this is far from set in stone.

With so much at stake, this could be the most important match in the La Liga season.

Manchester City vs Manchester United – Sunday 16:30PM – Sky Sports Ultra HD

Guardiola’s Manchester City have been an all-conquering footballing machine this season. With twenty-one consecutive wins under their belts, the Premier League title is edging closer to touching distance.

Manchester United’s form, however, has been a shadow of the potential shown earlier in the season. The team who topped the table as recently as January 20th, now find themselves in second place, but well off the pace of leaders City.

So, how fitting would it be for The Red Devils to end City’s streak? Far from a guarantee, but with football made for the fairytale moments Solskjaer’s men could be up to the task.

City, will see United as just another stepping stone, albeit, a somewhat more challenging one as they approach Premier League title number five.

A war is expected in Manchester this Sunday. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images) . (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)

Youtube Video of the week – James Allcott’s England Squad:

One of the very best places to go for football content on Youtube, James Allcott provides a brilliant breakdown of what the best possible England squad would be for this summer’s European Championship.

Article of the week – Schalke sack fourth manager of the year:

Just five months into the Bundesliga football season Schalke have made the unprecedented step of sacking their fourth manager. Bottom of the Bundesliga, read the full story by clicking on the picture below.

Football manager Christian Gross was sacked from Schalke

Football Worth Following – Football Fun Factory:

“Created to provide incredible childhood football experiences for boys and girls of all ages”. With their hearts on their sleeves, the Football Fun Factory’s goal is clear, make memories for a lifetime in youth football.

Offering a series of unique footballing experiences for children unlike any other youth course, the children reap the benefits.

Founded in 2017 the course is relatively new, however, the experience of the team is unparalleled. Many of the staff have worked amongst professional clubs, including former Manchester United midfielder Luke Chadwick who is heavily involved.

Alongside the football fun and development courses, there are also other options on offer, including birthday parties and much more.

Football Fun Factory is designed to be just that, fun! Both for the coaches and the children and this is the bread and butter of what football fun factory embodies. This is shown perfectly in head coach Matt Lee’s quote below.

“Having the opportunity to work full time in football doing something I love is a blessing, the FFF creates a fantastic community feel whilst also giving an inclusive environment for all children to come and have fun and make magical childhood memories”

Based in the Cambridgeshire/East Anglia area, Football Fun Factory is making a difference in youth football for the better.

To find out more click on the below image.

And Finally….Tweet of the week:

Be sure to check back in with WDSportz for all the news across the weekend, and use our live-score function to keep up with all the results as they roll in. 

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