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NEWS: Football Finest – The biggest football news. 12/03/21

After three action-packed nights of European football, it’s now time to bring our attention back to domestic football. We have all the big games, stories and videos you can’t afford to miss.

This Weekend’s Must Watch Games:

RB Leipzig v Eintracht Frankfurt – Sunday 14:30PM – BT Sport ESPN

A huge clash in the Bundesliga as the third and fourth top goalscoring sides in the league come head to head. RB Leipzig this year have been one of the very best sides to watch not just in the Bundesliga, but in the whole of Europe.

Added increased defensive stability to the side, they now find themselves two points off league leaders Bayern Munich. The Red Bull franchise are yet to win a Bundesliga trophy, and this season very well could be their best bet yet.

Frankfurt are no slouches, rising like the metaphorical phoenix from a mediocre season last year, they have been a surprise hit this year. Boss Adolf Hutter has brought a clear Frankfurt football style, and with it results. They have now almost surpassed their point total from 19/20 in ten fewer games.

One side will be fresh off a Champions League exit. The other, however, will be fighting for football in that same competition for next season, this is not to be missed.

Arsenal vs Spurs – Sunday 16:30PM – Sky Sports Main Event

Arsenal v Spurs. Aubameyang v Kane. The new breed of manager v The last of his kind.

The North London derby has been a stable of the Premier League since its inception and with that, a can’t miss fixture each year.

Spurs will travel across London looking to protect a five-match unbeaten streak in this fixture, and with that Mourinho’s perfect record against Arteta. In their two previous meetings Mourinho left with the win, but, could that all change this Sunday?

Both sides will enter this fixture unbeaten in their recent fixtures and hot off mid-week European victories.

(Photo by PAUL CHILDS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Youtube Video of the Week – Roy Keane the ultimate captain?

Captain, leader, manager, and above all, one exceptional player. The career of Roy Keane analysed.

Article of the Week – The Future of Sunday League:

Something so many of us hold dear is grassroots football, this articles runs us through ‘the new norm’ of Sunday league, and what we can expect going forward.

Article of the week on sunday league football

Football Worth Following – #ShirtsForBradley:

Firstly, many of you will remember Bradley Lowery who was a passionate young Sunderland fan who sadly lost his battle with cancer back in 2017. Since then The Bradley Lowery Foundation, set up in his honour have raised money to provide medical equipment that the NHS can’t. Alongside this, they run a support line for families of children with cancer, and much more.

Shirts for Bradley is an initiative set up by a collective of football shirt collectors on Twitter all with the plan of raising money for The Bradley Lowery Foundation. This has been achieved through raffles in addition, to auctions and giveaways.

Alongside this, there has been a daily football shirt challenge. The initiative has been a huge success so far smashing the £1000 target, however, it’s not too late to get involved. Well on their way to £2000, now is your chance to get involved.

You can check out the hashtag on Twitter, see some incredible shirts, and above all, the importance of The Bradley Lowery Foundation.

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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