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The Eternal derby
Dinamo Bucharest-Steaua Bucharest (Romania)
Dinamo go into their big city derby with Steaua Bucuresti this weekend still searching for their first home win of the season. Counting in their favour is the unrest in the Steaua camp. Ilie Dumitrescu resigned as coach on 21 September, just 6 weeks after replacing Victor Piturca. A win in the Eternal Derby would surely give new coach Marius Lacatus, who is now at the helm of Steaua Bucharest for the third time, some popularity points amongst the frustrated Steaua fans.

The Merseyside derby
Everton-Liverpool (England)
After their worst start to the season in 57 years, Liverpool are sitting just three from the bottom of the 2010/11 Premier League and have yet to record a win on the road. Next up for the Reds is a trip to Merseyside rivals Everton.

While Everton are no doubt relishing the chance to take advantage of the unrest at Anfield, the Toffees are not having best of seasons either. Everton have won only one match of their opening seven. In fact, only goal difference currently separates the two teams, with Everton hovering just above Liverpool, and the relegation zone, in 17th place.

A-League clash
Brisbane Roar-Newcastle Jets (Australia)
Brisbane Roar may have had their problems in the 2009/10 season, a period in which they suffered their worst ever finish (second from the bottom). However, the new A-League season has seen a turnaround for the Roar who currently sit second from the top of the table. Brisbane and Newcastle Jets have already met once this season - a 0-0 draw played out in Newcastle.

Chasers in Saudi Arabia
Al Ra´ed-Al Ittifaq (Saudi Arabia)
It’s fourth against fifth in Saudi Arabia’s top tier on Saturday. Two-times Saudi League champions Al Ittifaq have lost four of their past five away games and face an Al Ra´ed side that has only lost one of their past four home games. In their eight respective outings this season Al Ittifaq and Al Ra´ed have only scored ten and nine goals respectively.

Dutch champions face Feyenoord
Feyenoord-FC Twente (Netherlands)
In the Eredivisie, third placed FC Twente travel to 13th placed Feyenoord. In their opening eight games of the new season Feyenoord have already lost four - only one match less than they lost in all of last season. Reigning Dutch champions Twente, meanwhile, are as yet undefeated this season - the only other Dutch club yet to suffer defeat so far this season is league leader’s PSV.

Round 8 fixtures (16 and 17 October)
Dinamo Bucharest-Steaua Bucharest (Romania)
Hapoel Tel Aviv-Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel)
Brisbane Roar-Newcastle Jets (Australia)
Al Ra´ed-Al Ittifaq (Saudi Arabia)
Feyenoord-FC Twente (Netherlands)
Konyaspor-Fenerbahce (Turkey)
Krylya Sovetov Samara-Sibir Novosibirsk (Russia)
Sporting Cristal-Colegio Nacional de Iquitos (Peru)
Olimpia-Victoria (Honduras)
Everton-Liverpool (England)