Chelsea at Arsenal
7:30 a.m. Saturday (ESPN2)
Chelsea's Oscar drew the world's attention last week with a spectacular goal against Juventus in the Champions League. Arsenal's Santi Cazorla has won the World Cup and two straight European titles with Spain.
Barcelona at Sevilla
3:55 p.m. Saturday
Barcelona is unbeaten in five games. Lionel Messi makes the blaugrana almost impossible to contain.
Seattle Sounders at Vancouver Whitecaps
9 p.m. Saturday
(NBC Sports Network)
Vancouver stars Kenny Miller and Barry Robson have failed to live up to their billing this year, though rookie Darren Mattocks is a rising star.
Siena at Lazio
8:55 a.m. Sunday
It's been 12 years since Lazio last won Serie A, and three years since the team won a trophy of any kind. But thanks to Brazilian midfielder Hernanes, that drought could end soon.
Borussia Dortmund at Manchester City
2:30 p.m. Tuesday
(Fox Soccer Channel)
Both of these teams are part of the UEFA Champions League's group of death, along with Real Madrid and Ajax of Amsterdam. All four teams involved won their domestic leagues last season. Real has been the dominant team so far.
- Jonathan Tannenwald