We're in that delightful time of the year where every league in the world is in action. That can be overwhelming. After all, you can't watch every single match, but you should try to watch these 10. (All times ET)
Hamburg vs. RB Leipzig - Saturday, 9:30 a.m.
Hamburg are the only team to be in the top flight for every single season of the Bundesliga. Meanwhile, RB Leipzig were only created in 2009 as Red Bull tried to expand their reach and saw the club as good marketing. To say they're different is an understatement, but Leipzig did upset Borussia Dortmund last week. These upstarts may be up to something special.
You can watch this one on Fox Soccer 2Go.
Manchester City vs. Bournemouth - Saturday, 10 a.m.
Sergio Aguero is suspended for his elbow on Winston Reid a few weeks ago, David Silva is probably going to miss out and Ilkay Gundogan is a doubt because he just returned from a long-term injury. Guardiola was able to overcome a slew of injuries and absences when he managed Bayern Munich, with squad depth and his system proving to be the team's backbone, not any individuals. We'll find out this weekend if he's on the way to doing the same with Manchester City.
Atletico Madrid vs. Sporting Gijon - Saturday, 10:15 a.m.
Take a look at the La Liga table and you have Atletico Madrid in seventh, with Sporting Gijon third. It's a product of small sample sizes, of course, but it is a reminder that Diego Simeone's men sputtered a bit to start the season with consecutive draws against weak teams and they hardly put on a show midweek against PSV in the Champions League. Simeone has magically turned Atleti into a real La Liga power, but he's still fighting an uphill battle against Barcelona and Real Madrid. Atletico have to kick things up a gear and they have to do it soon.
Seattle Sounders vs. Vancouver Whitecaps - Saturday, 4 p.m.
Both of these teams are facing an uphill battle to get into the playoffs, but with the Whitecaps four points out and the Sounders six (with two matches in hand), this could spell the end for the loser. Neither team has much room left for error and while saying that any team is out of it in MLS is a bit presumptuous, whoever loses this game will be very close to just that.
Pachuca vs. Tijuana - Saturday, 10:15 p.m.
Tijuana have jumped to the top of the Apertura table thanks to a defense that has allowed just five goals in eight matches. Now they get a Pachuca team that has stumbled after a strong start to the season and could soon find themselves out of a Liguilla place.
Watford vs. Manchester United - Sunday, 7 a.m.
Remember Manchester United's blistering start to the season under Jose Mourinho? Probably not because it's hard to put their losses to City and Feyenoord over the last two weeks out of mind. The Red Devils need to get back on track, but doing so at Watford is going to be a challenge because the Hornets are starting to get comfortable under Walter Mazzarri.
PSV Eindhoven vs. Feyenoord - Sunday, 8:30 a.m.
Feyenoord are top of the Eredivisie with five wins from as many matches and an astounding 15 goals to just two conceded. They're also coming off of that thrilling win over Manchester United at a boistrous De Kuip in the Europa League on Thursday. But PSV are just two points back in the table and are the defending champions. These two could be the class of the Netherlands this season.
Inter Milan vs. Juventus - Sunday, 12 p.m.
It's not a great time to be Frank de Boer. The new Inter Milan manager has won just one of his first three Serie A matches and is coming off of an embarrassing loss in the Europa League. Now he welcomes five-time defending champions Juventus to the San Siro. Good luck with that.
Sporting Kansas City vs. LA Galaxy - Sunday, 2 p.m.
The Galaxy are hoping that Landon Donovan can give them a boost, but they're already second in MLS so they're not exactly desperate for one. Sporting KC might be starting to get a bit desperate, though. They're back in fifth place in the West and just five points from dropping out of a playoff place. But even fifth place may scare them because that would put them on the road for the first round of the playoffs, which is how they got eliminated each of the last two years. Oh yeah, and you can catch the game on FOX in some markets.
Toronto FC vs. New York Red Bulls - Sunday 5 p.m.
Toronto FC are top of the Eastern Conference. The Red Bulls are second and can leap to the top spot with a win. The game also happens to feature two of the league's top three goal scorers -- Bradley Wright Phillips and Sebastian Giovinco -- and the two top assist men in the league -- Sacha Kljestan and Giovinco. Not bad and, like the Galaxy and Sporting, on FOX in some markets.