One week after the FIFA International friendly period, players are returning to their clubs as European championships continue this weekend. The Indomitable did not play any friendly.
Indomitable Lions captain Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, who was in excellent form with his club Paris Saint Germain (PSG) before the FIFA break, scoring three goals in two matches is expected to continue in his goal scoring spree. The club of the French capital is playing Strasbourg on Saturday in day 5 fixtures of the French Ligue 1. Choupo-Moting will need to be at his best if he wants to have more playing as the PSG signed Argentina’s goal poacher Mauro Icardi in the last hours of the just ended window transfer.
Still on Saturday, Ambroise Oyongo of Montpellier will equally Ignatius Ganago’s Nice, while Stephane Bahoken’s Angers host Lille on Friday. Newly signed Aurelien Chedjou hopes to make his debut with his Amiens club as they welcome Lyon in one of the two fixtures of Friday night.
In the English Premier League Joel Matip and his Liverpool still undefeated will play the first match of day 5 fixtures in Anfield against Newcastle. The club of the Mersey which playing excellently well hopes to maintain its undefeated streak.
After imposing a (2-2) draw to Real Madrid a forth night ago in Santiago Bernabeau, Frank Zambo Anguissa and Karl Toko Ekambi play CD Leganes on Saturday with the goal of picking their first three points of the season. The Yellow sub-marines will be counting on their advantage for a victory.
Two points to first place detained by Standard Liege, La Gantoise of Micheal Ngadeu play FC Malines while in Switzerland the shock between FC Bale and Young Boys of Moumi Ngamaleu and Jean Nsame top goal scorer of the league as of now with six goals will be a must watch encounter. FC Sion of Alexandre Song will travel to Neuchatel Xam on Saturday.
After his abortive transfer to AS Roma, Nicolas Nkoulou hopes to be back in the starting eleven this Sunday when his club Torino play Sampdoria Genes.