Following a busy week of European football, we now have a new leader in Spain whilst the Premier League and Serie A are pretty much "as you were," though Arsenal will be counting their blessings.
The Gunners were dealt a title blow in recent weeks and could have come into this week's round of fixtures in second place, but lady luck—or rather Little Boy Blue—was on their side and they still sit atop the Premier League.
They'll face yet another tough challenge this weekend, however, as they travel to Anfield, whilst Chelsea and Manchester City have relatively easier fixtures.
In Spain, surprise league leaders Atletico Madrid travel to Villarreal, who will be looking to spoil their season with a home victory. Real Madrid and Barcelona will look to get back to winning ways after differing, but equally disappointing results last weekend.
And last but not least, in Italy, high-flying Napoli take on Clarence Seeforf's lowly Milan and league leaders Juventus travel to Verona as they search for their 30th league title.