We know how much y'all are looking forward to March, thanks to Captain Marvel. But just like every year, March promises to be a season-defining month for most of the clubs across Europe and this season is no different. Considering the fixtures which we'll get to watch this month it promises to be something to savour for the footballing community all around the world.
Here are all the footballing activities that you need to consider before stepping out of your house this month.· March 3 - El Clasico
Let's just admit it, we can never get enough of El Classico. With the last one happening just three days before this one, there is no way we're going to turn a blind eye on this one. With Barcelona cruising through La Liga this season, it has really been a tough season for Real Madrid. With star players like Gareth Bale and Marco Asensio out of form, Real have found little hope in prodigy Vinicius Jr. But to ask the 19-year old to outperform the likes of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez is a little bit too much.
Barcelona are the favourites for this fixture, considering how good, at times unplayable they were versus Los Blancos in the previous fixture. However, if Real do turn up for this game there is a chance they will help Atletico to cut short the points gap to four.· March 2 - North London Derby
From one classic rivalry to another. Tottenham vs Arsenal has been a quality fixture for ages now. With Arsenal being the inform side, scoring 10 in their last three games, Tottenham will really have a fight on their hands.
Tottenham will receive a boost by the fact that FA will not punish Harry Kane for that Cesar Azpilicueta incident. However, Arsenal have failed to beat Tottenham away in the last three away games and it'll take something more than their mediocre self to make North London red.· March 3 - Merseyside Derby
This 'All-Scouse' derby has become a friendly one over the past couple of years. With Liverpool's outright dominance and Everton's poor record, we all have to believe that it's going to be tough for the Blue Merseysiders.
Everton, who've failed to register even a single win in the last 18 fixtures vs their rivals, will definitely take things into consideration this time and try to be a stumbling block Liverpool's title climb.· March 3 - Napoli vs Juventus
Napoli vs Juventus has become an intriguing fixture in the past couple of seasons. With the Naples coming close to dethroning Juventus off of their title throne before eventually bottling it in the end, this fiery fixture promises to be an entertaining one.
It'll be interesting to see how Napoli will deal with Juventus' dangerman Cristiano Ronaldo. The forward who has been in talismanic form since the start of the season will definitely boost his goalscoring record in a bid to win the Golden Shoe.· March 5 - Real Madrid vs Ajax & Borussia Dortmund vs Tottenham
The return of the Champions League will be marked with some fascinating fixtures. With Ajax travelling to the Spanish capital to face a Sergio Ramos-less-Real Madrid and Tottenham travelling to Dortmund, this matchday can really cause some huge upsets.
After UEFA banned Sergio Ramos for deliberately receiving a booking, Ajax will have to step foot on the gas right away if they want to qualify for the next round. Real Madrid has been nothing but the shadow of the side that won three Champions League in a row and Ajax does have a realistic chance considering their balanced squad.
Tottenham will have to be something other than their definite self if they are to qualify for the next round. We know they have a 3-0 lead to take over to Dortmund from the first leg, but you know “it's Tottenham lads.”· March 6 - PSG vs Manchester United & Porto vs Roma
With Ole's at the wheel, nothing seems to derail Manchester United's (https://www.mensxp.com/sports/football/49166-ole-gunnar-solskjaer-the-man-who-rsquo-s-turned-the-tide-for-troubled-manchester-united.html ) already revived campaign. But after the 2-0 home defeat to Paris Saint Germain, it will surely take a true Manchester United performance of the past to overturn the deficit in the French capital.
In the otherwise low profile tie, Porto will travel to Italy with the solid determination of conquering Rome. With the Portuguese side trailing 2-1 in the tie, expect the unexpected.· March 10 - Arsenal vs Manchester United
With the race heating up, every point will matter. With Arsenal on fourth, United on fifth and Chelsea on sixth with a game in hand (as of 1st March 2019), this fixture promises to be a true six-pointer for both the sides.
An injury-hit Manchester United will travel to London where they've had a stunning record this season. Will Gunners deny a dance performance of Jesse Lingard and Manchester United, it remains to be seen.· March 12 - Manchester City vs Schalke & Juventus vs Atletico Madrid
Schalke will travel to Manchester to face the mighty Manchester City. After coming close to achieving an unexpected result at home, Schalke will be in full revenge mode to achieve a highly unlikely result. The absence of Nicolas Otamendi will not worry City, considering the plethora of talent that they possess.
Atletico brilliantly executed its game plan to nullify Juventus' strike force. After gaining a 2-0 first-leg advantage, Atletico will do what they do best when they'll travel to Turin i.e. defend.· March 13 - Bayern Munich vs Liverpool & Barcelona vs Lyon
0-0 is always a tricky first leg result when you're playing away from home. If you don't believe us you should go watch Manchester United vs Sevilla.
Both these fixtures ended in stalemates. Now, what remains to be seen is if the home sides can handle the pressure and come out on top.· March 17 - Derby Della Madonnina
No fixture endorses Seria A better than Derby Della Madonnina. With the two giants coming together in what seems like a royal battle, Milan Derby is always a great spectacle.
AC Milan will be really looking forward to the fixture considering Inter's Icardi captaincy fiasco and Milan's new boy Krzysztof PiÄtek in sparkling form. Add to that Milan's failure to win any of the last five games, this makes up to be an amazing match.· March 21 - Griezmann's Documentary
Netflix will be adding 'Antoine Griezmann: The Making Of A Legend' to its football content on March 21. What is expected to be a one-hour documentary will show the obstacles and successes Griezmann has continued to have throughout his career.
Motivation coming in 3..2..1· March 31 - Liverpool vs Tottenham
With the title race tightening up and the outcome of the season being decided on small margins, this fixture, most probably, will clear who will be raising the trophy at the end of the season. Currently a three-horse race, Tottenham will travel to Liverpool to face the Reds, who are unbeaten at Anfield this season.
With Tottenham being the busiest of all the clubs this month, we think you all know what to expect from the White Lilies.