The top two clubs in the premiership go head to head on Sunday.
Defending champions Valletta meet reigning FA Trophy holders Hibernian’s in a match that could be a pointer to who lifts the title next year.
City and Malta international striker Michael Mifsud is having a purple patch just now and will be a threat to a Hibs side missing keeper Mario Muscat and Marcel Dias, both suspended for one game.
Defender Clayton Failla is also absent, he is serving a four month ban after failing a drugs test but is expected to make his return next month having already served three months of his ban.
There is a London derby tomorrow as Arsenal take on leaders Chelsea but the European champions will be missing John Terry who has been banned for four matches by an FA disciplinary board.
Manchester United, second in the table are home for the visit of Tottenham and Everton take on Southampton.
Manchester City could have problems at Fulham, Newcastle play bottom club Reading and Liverpool, struggling to get out of the bottom three travel to Norwich
Serie A leaders Juventus are home to Roma tomorrow and AC Milan, now 10th, take on Parma.
Inter play Fiorentina on Sunday while second placed Napoli visit Sampdoria.
Spanish leaders Barcelona are away to Sevilla tomorrow with arch rivals Real Madrid aiming to make up ground when they travel to Deportivo on Sunday.
Bayern Munich can extend their lead in the Bundesliga if they beat Bremen tomorrow.
Their closest rivals Frankfurt take on Freiburg on Sunday
Golf’s Ryder Cup gets underway in Medinah, Illinois today as the United States try to win back the trophy from Europe.
Lewis Hamilton is to drive for Mercedes next year.
The move had been predicted in some sections of the media but will still leave McLaren with a massive vacancy. It is thought his place is to be taken by Sauber driver Sergio Perez.