5Must-watch finals as Socceroos, Taegeuk Warriors vie for title https://img-1-3.cdnnetworks.net/en/cdn/cmsi/10022.jpg
Football fans will be treated to an exciting finals match as host Australia and heavy favourites Korea Republic play for all the marbles in the conclusion of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup. The Socceroos seek their first ever trophy while the Taegeuk Warriors want to put an end to their 55-year title drought in Asian football’s centerpiece event by notching their third title. Match is on January 31, 17:00 (GMT+8) at the ANZ Stadium.
The United Arab Emirates and Iraq try to save face and salvage at least a third place finish after both teams were denied a slot in the finals of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup. On January 30, 17:00 (GMT+8), Iraq and UAE will meet at Hunter Stadium in Newcastle, with both sides hoping for a win that could help balm the pain from falling short of a shot at the coveted championship.
Are the days of Bayern Munchen easily beating Wolfsburg over? As you can see, the Wolves are very much different from last season, occupying the number two spot for quite some time now. Last year, they fell twice to the reigning champions, including the 1-6 beating in their own home soil. The last time coach Dieter Hecking's side won against Bayern was in 2009. Can Wolfsburg change their fate on January 31, 03:30 (GMT+8)? Watch it LIVE on SBOBETv!
In recent years, Villarreal kept succumbing to FC Barcelona, be it in El Madrigal or Nou Camp. Regardless of venue, it is either a draw or a Barca win, and Villarreal’s last taste of triumph at Barca’s expense was back in 2008. On the 21st game week, Marcelino García Toral and his men will again try to break Villarreal’s losing spell cast by the Catalan squad. Match is on February 2, 04:00 (GMT+8) at Nou Camp. See it LIVE on SBOBETv!
Defending champions Manchester City are playing catch up to league leaders Chelsea FC, and the recent 0-2 debacle versus Arsenal FC at home hurts the title-retention campaign of Manuel Pellegrini and his men. On February 1, 01:30 (GMT+8) at Stamford Bridge, Manchester City get the chance to recover lost grounds, but only if they can outmuscle Chelsea. This is not impossible, since City beat the Blues in February last year, 2-0, during their FA Cup match.