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The top games you can watch live and for free on OneFootball this weekend

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Lewis Ambrose

Another weekend is upon us, there is so much football to sink your teeth into around Europe, and so much of it is available to watch live and for free right here with OneFoootball. Here are some of our top picks:

Sturm Graz v Austria Wien

Sturm 1
Austria 0
Full time

RB Salzburg have a healthy lead at the top of the table but the prize for second place — a spot in the Champions League qualifying rounds — remains a huge one.

With seven games to go, just three points separate Sturm Graz in second and Austria Wien in third.

FC Copenhagen v Midtjylland

FC Copenhagen 1
Midtjylland 0
Danish Superliga: Copenhagen 1-0 Midtjylland

The Danish Superligaen season is heading towards another year without back-to-back winners. Nobody has retained the title since Copenhagen since 2017 and they’re on course to take it back from Brøndby this year.

Six points clear of Midtjylland, Sunday’s game is huge, poised to either set up a title scrap to the very end or see Copenhagen put one hand on the trophy.

Sandefjord v Bodø/Glimt

Sandefjord 1
Bodø/Glimt 2
Norwegian Eliteserien: Sandefjord 1-2 Bodø/Glimt

Reigning Norwegian champions Bodø/Glimt could only draw with Rosenborg last weekend as the new Eliteserien season kicked off.

They would probably prefer not to face Sandefjord away in their very next game. The hosts finished in midtable in 2021 but sit top after matchday one and beat Bodø/Glimt 1-0 the last time they hosted a game between the two sides.

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