European giants to battle in November!


With key league clashes wherever you turn as well as huge clashes in continental and domestic knockout competitions, strap yourself in for what should be a thrilling November of football. Make sure you stay connected to DStv to watch the very best football from the Premier League, Absa Premiership, LaLiga, Serie A and the UEFA Champions League. 

Chelsea vs Ajax – SS3 (SA) & SS5 (ROA)

Kickoff at 22:00 (CAT)

UEFA Champions League, Tuesday 5 November

Both teams go into this match level on points at the top of Group H halfway through the group stage. With seven wins in their last eight matches, scoring 17 goals in the process, Frank Lampard’s men have been in great form recently. The Blues will be hoping to cement their place at the top of the group with another victory, over the Eredivisie champions.

Liverpool vs Manchester City – SS3

Kickoff at 18:30 (CAT)

Premier League, Sunday 10 November

It’s the game every Premier League fan has been waiting for as the current table-toppers host the defending champions. The last league fixture between the teams was at the Etihad and had a significant bearing on an enthralling title race with Pep Guardiola’s team inflicting Liverpool’s only defeat of the campaign. History is strongly in Liverpool’s favour when it comes to clashes at Anfield where they haven’t lost a league game against City in 16 years. 

Juventus vs AC Milan – SS9 (SA) & SS8 (ROA)

Kickoff at 21:45 (CAT)

Serie A, Sunday 10 November

Both clubs have illustrious histories but are experiencing very disparate seasons at present. Juventus have started strong as they challenge for a ninth successive Serie A title (with Inter Milan mounting a strong challenge of their own). AC Milan is languishing in mid-table and will need to kickstart their season under newly-appointed coach Stefano Pioli.

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Manchester City vs Chelsea – SS3

Kickoff at 19:30 (CAT)

Premier League, Saturday 23 November

Four of the last five Premier League titles have been won by these two clubs and this fixture could have a meaningful impact on this year’s title race as Manchester City look to keep the pressure on Liverpool. Chelsea look resurgent under Frank Lampard and they will be looking to make amends for a 6-0 loss at the Etihad last season – their biggest ever Premier League defeat.

Real Madrid vs PSG – SS3

Kickoff at 22:00 (CAT)

UEFA Champions League, Tuesday 26 November

Real Madrid will be out for revenge at the Bernabeu in their first meeting with PSG since the French outfit’s comfortable 3-0 win at the Parc des Princes in the opening matchday. 13-time winners Real Madrid will look to get out the group stage for the 23rd consecutive time. For PSG, winning the group could be important as they look to advance beyond the round of 16 for the first time since 2016. 

FC Barcelona vs Borussia Dortmund

Kickoff at 22:00 (CAT)

UEFA Champions League, Wednesday 27 November

In an intriguing Group F that also includes Inter Milan, 5-time champions Barcelona host 1997 winners Borussia Dortmund in Matchday Five. Barcelona could be in a position to secure a spot in the knockout stages with a result in this game, while Dortmund will be pushing to keep Inter at bay to avoid dropping into the Europa League.

Liverpool vs Napoli

Kickoff at 22:00 (CAT)

UEFA Champions League, Wednesday 27 November

Liverpool has been dominating most teams domestically and abroad in the last season and a half, but Napoli has emerged as a bogey team for the Reds with Carlo Ancelotti’s team winning two of their last three meetings. Liverpool will be confident of victory at Anfield, where they haven’t lost a Champions League game in five years.

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