The game in Naples between these two sides was more cagey than many expected but this could be the complete opposite as in any scenario of the match, one team will be pushing hard for the win. As a result, goals at both ends looks to be a highly probable scenario.
The biggest issue for PSV has been transferring their stunning domestic form into the Champions League but that has meant them having to change their way of playing which they have struggled with. They will find it hard to stop a motivated Inter team who desperately need to win.
In this year’s Womens Big Bash, the Hobart Hurricanes will be hoping to dramatically improve on their difficult campaign last season. The Tasmanian team finished last in table and only picked up two total wins - one of which came against the Melbourne Stars.
This is a vital match in the race for a play-off spot. With the Spartans seven points behind the Giants, they really need to win to maintain any hopes of overtaking them.
The return of key players Shakib al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal from injury may prove vital for a Bangladesh side that lacks star power but has the major benefit of home advantage.
Espanyol have netted in each of their home league games so far this season and failed to score in only two of their 14 La Liga matches so far this campaign. Barcelona have conceded and scored in 11 of their last 12 La Liga games, so both teams look sure to find the net in this one.
Brisbane striker Taggart has scored the same amount on his own as the whole Newcastle Jets team combined this season and needs just one goal to become the A-League’s most prolific scorer in Newcastle’s home ground. Look for him to continue his good run against this struggling Jets side.
Goals seem inevitable in this clash between Sydney and Wellington, as there tends to be plenty of action when these two meet. There have been over 3.5 goals in four of their last five meetings in the A-League, so there are likely to be plenty here.
Perth Glory have their second highest points total after six matches, just one behind the 15 they had after six matches in 2014-15. Melbourne City have really struggled for goals and Fornaroli's absence is not helping them, so Perth should be able to shut out Melbourne and comfortably win at home.
Melbourne Victory are looking to close the gap to Perth Glory at the top of the table, although Adelaide are just two points behind the Victory. Japan's Keisuke Honda has four goals and three assists already, and could add to that against an Adelaide defence missing starting centre-back Regan.
Premier League games are coming thick and fast, with little time to recover from a chaotic Gameweek 15 and prepare for this weekend’s action. Man City just about held off Watford thanks to goals from Riyad Mahrez (£8.5m) and Leroy Sane (£9.5m), with a heavily-rotated Liverpool side overcoming a 1-0 deficit to beat Burnley 3-1. Chelsea, meanwhile, lost their lead and slipped to a 2-1 defeat at Wolves.
Rotation is the name of the game ahead of Saturday's 11:30am deadline; the start of a third gameweek in nine days. We have combed through all 20 Premier League press conferences to bring FPL managers the need-to-know team news, injury updates and predicted XIs for GW16.
Everton have only taken a point from their last two matches but their performances remain good. Against a Watford side who have just a point from their last five matches and against whom they have an excellent recent record at home, the Toffees should collect all three points on Monday night.
Other than the unexpected heavy loss to West Ham last weekend, Newcastle have certainly turned the corner and they are playing some better football right now. Wolves come in with more confidence after beating Chelsea and this could easily be a stalemate which would likely suit both teams.