Matchday 4 of the Premier League is coming this weekend and it holds one of the biggest games in the competition; Man United is facing City at home this Saturday afternoon.

Wales has started the European Championship with a good win over Slovakia (2-1). Now they have to take on England and that will be a lot harder. These two countries have met each other much more often and usually the English side wins. In total they have played 101 matches against each other where England has won 66, Wales has won 14 and 21 times it ended in a draw. I don't expect much else this time around and so do the bookies, so a bet on either of the teams doesn't seem like a good idea.

We're having the return matches of the quarter finals of the Champions League and none of these matches are really decided yet. Today we start with Manchester City versus Paris Saint-Germain, which is probably going to be the best match of the week. In the first game it came to a 2-2 in a very open match. PSG will have to start attacking now and this could turn into a great game. Both teams are very equally matched, but City has the home advantage. Having scored 2 goals away is another advantage and I think this could be the first time they make it to the semi finals of the Champions League. A double chance bet might be the safest to go with this game.

Real Madrid against Wolfsburg

This must have surprised many punters when the Germans beat Real 2-0 in the first match. I doubt Wolfsburg is going to give this game away, even if Real Madrid plays at home. They will have to start attacking and they just aren't as good at that as counters. Having to win with at least 2 goals is another hard task for the Spaniards.

We have a few nice games waiting for us in the Premier League this weekend. Tottenham Hotspur is playing home against Manchester United. The Spurs have to win to stay close to Leicester who are already 7 points ahead of them. United needs to win to still have a chance for the 4th position to get into the Champions League next season. This is promising to be a good mathc. Leicester is up against Sunderland who haven't lost in the past 4 weeks. West Ham is playing Arsenal which is a good game between the numbers 3 and 6. Can Arsenal close the gap with Leicester?

We start of with a great game tomorrow evening with Barcelona playing against Atletico Madrid in the quarter final of the Champions League. Barcelona was just beaten by Real Madrid, but I expect them to be more alert this time around. They usually don't have much trouble beating Atletico and now that they are playing at home they should be able to beat them again.

The other game on Tuesday is between Bayern Munuch and Benfica. The German squad just managed to get through the last round when they managed to get over time in their game against Juventus. Benfice seems like a much easier opponent and I expect Bayern to beat them without much trouble.

This weekend is all about the Manchester derby of course, but there are a few more great games being played in England and abroad that you should take a look at and consider betting on. The derby is probabaly going to determin who is going to get Champions League football next season and so both teams will have to fight for a victory. Is Van Gaal's squad ready to finaly get something out of this season?

Two more interesting matches are Everton vs Arsenal and Southampton against Liverpool which might give some interesting results you can profit from.

Tomorrow evening we have Atletico Madrid playing agains PSV. PSV is the last of the Dutch teams that's till playing in Europe and it's going to be hard to beat Atletico, but thay came to a 0-0 draw at home, so they might have a slight chance. The Dutch team can use their striker Luuk de Jong again who was suspended during the home game. Getting a goal against Atletico is going to be tough though since this team has only had 12 goals against in the Spanish league.

The other match of note is Manchester City against Dinamo Kiev, but it's pretty clear who is going to win this one after the 1-3 victory bij Man City last time.

Every second year is a finals year, and as the calendar turned into 2016 we are entering a year with a UEFA European football finals. In many ways it’s a record Euro Championship in football, as 2016 will have more games than any other European Championship. And with the more games, the bookies also offer even more odds and betting options for the 2016 Euro. 

Before you plan all your holiday this summer then you might want to have a look at the Euro 2016 schedule. In sport-bookies we take a look at the most important dates and times for the 2016 European Championship. So find you calendar and note down these times and dates to not miss out of top football this summer. 

Two months wait is over, and this Tuesday we can once again enjoy the familiar hymn of the Champions League. The worlds most prestigious football tournament is a popular occasion to place a bet online on football. We have taken a look at who the favourites are to win the 2015/16 Champions League as we enter the knock-out face.