Do you want to watch Mohamed Salah, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi break records this year? Here's a look at the standout fixtures in Premier League, LaLiga and Serie A in what promises to be an exciting end to your January!
Liverpool vs Manchester United (Premier League)
Sunday 19 January | SuperSport 3 | Kick-off at 18:30 (CAT)
After extending their unbeaten league run to 38 matches (going back to last season), Liverpool will host Manchester United in this historic North West rivalry. With the Reds looking on course to end a 30-year league title drought, United will be extremely motivated to stall their progress at Anfield. The Red Devils are the only team the Reds have dropped points to this season, with the teams playing out a 1-1 draw when they last met in October.
Chelsea vs Arsenal (Premier League)
Tuesday 21 January | SuperSport 3 | Kick-off at 22:15 (CAT)
Going into this London derby, Chelsea find themselves in the top four whereas Arsenal are mid-table with a lot of ground to make up under new manager Mikel Arteta. The Blues will be looking to secure a league double against Arsenal, and history is against the Gunners, who have not won a league game at Stamford Bridge since 2011.
FA Cup 4th Round
Most of the top clubs got through the third round unscathed, and with very few all-Premier League match-ups in the fourth round, it'll be a case of trying to avoid big upsets for most of them with 32 clubs remaining overall.
Defending champions Manchester City are one of the few top-flight teams with a home fixture, inn which they'll take on Fulham. Liverpool face a trip to third-tier Shrewsbury Town while Manchester United need to wait to see if they travel to Tranmere Rovers or Watford. Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have away games against Premier League teams (Bournemouth and Southampton, respectively) while both Chelsea and Leicester City have trips to Championship teams (Hull City and Brentford).
Valencia vs Barcelona (LaLiga)
Saturday 25 January | SuperSport 7 | Kick-off at 17:00 (CAT)
It's tight at the top of the Spanish top flight and the defending champions will look to come out of a tricky trip to the Estadio de Mestalla with a victory. While Valencia are outside the top four, they have reached the UEFA Champions League knockout stage and will be after their first home LaLiga win against the Catalans in 13 years.
Napoli vs Juventus (Serie A)
Sunday 26 January | SuperSport 9 (SA) & SuperSport 8 (ROA) | Kick-off at 21:45 (CAT)
The Bianconeri are searching for a ninth successive league title, but are in a race that's much closer than in years gone by, with Inter Milan and Lazio both offering tough challenges at the top of the table. Maurizio Sarri's Juve face a tough test with a trip to Napoli at the end of the month in what is a battle between last season’s top two in Serie A.
Carabao Cup, semi-final second legs
The fact that the Carabao Cup has two legs is one of its standout features, and we've been presented with contrasting first-leg scores as we look to see who will go on to play the final at Wembley.
Aston Villa go into their second leg against Leicester City with a slight advantage after grabbing an away goal in a 1-1 draw in the first leg, while Manchester United will have to channel a similar energy to what made them knock out Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Champions League last season as they look to overturn a 3-1 deficit when they play their "noisy neighbours" Manchester City at the Etihad.