Can anyone catch Paris St-Germain? Now 16 points clear at the top of Ligue 1, probably not. It's a completely different story in Serie A where four points separate the top five after Juventus joined the party near the summit. Thanks for your company. We are back on Saturday with action from La Liga - where Barcelona and Real Madrid are both in action - as well as the rest of Europe. Until then...
- Juventus secure fifth straight Serie A win
- The Old Lady go joint-fourth in the table
- PSG move 16 points clear at the top of Ligue 1
The full time whistle is greeted by a mixture of jeers from the home fans who bothered to stay, and applause from the travelling supporters from Turin.
Juventus are level on points with fourth-placed Roma - four points behind leaders Napoli.
Five wins out of five for Juventus.
Four additional minutes. It does not matter. Lazio, on this evidence, wouldn't score if there was 40.
It is not often Valencia steal the attention from Real Madrid and Barcelona. Yet this week's appointment of Gary Neville as boss at the Mestalla means all eyes will be on the former Manchester United and England defender - even though he does not officially take charge of his first game until next week.
Instead it is Neville's younger brother, Phil, and interim head coach Voro who will take charge of Saturday's home game against league leaders Barcelona (19:30 GMT). Barca start the weekend with a four point lead at the top,
Real Madrid, who are six points off the summit, return to the Bernabeu for the first time since their humiliating 4-0 defeat to Barcelona on 21 November when lowly Getafe visit on Saturday (15:00 GMT).
Second-placed Atletico Madrid are at Granada on Saturday (17:15 GMT).
Saturday: Deportivo La Coruna v Seville, Granada v Atletico Madrid, Real Betis v Celta Vigo, Real Madrid v Getafe, Valencia v Barcelona.
Sunday: Athletic Bilbao v Malaga, Real Sociedad v Eibar, Sporting Gijon v Las Palmas, Villarreal v Rayo Vallecano.
How anxious will Napoli, Inter Milan, Fiorentina and Roma be feeling? Juventus managed just one win from the opening six Serie A games but they are two minutes from a fifth straight victory that sends them right into the mix near the top of the table.
Juventus are five minutes away from another win. There's little urgency from Lazio and the game is fizzling out as thousands of home fans head for the exits. The only noise in the Stadio Olimpio is coming from the supporters who have made the journey from Turin. They are singing loud and proud.
Schalke climb four places in the Bundesliga table to fourth spot. Former Chelsea and Wigan striker Franco Di Santo is among the scorers.
Is time running out for Lazio boss Stefano Pioli? The 50-year-old has been in charge of the Rome club for 18 months but this will be their sixth game without a Serie A win. The natives who have turned up - there are thousands of empty seats - are restless.
PSG go 16 points clear at the top of Ligue 1.
There'a huge day of action in Serie A on Sunday. Leaders Napoli, who have not won the title since 1990 when Diego Maradona played for them, are at Bologna (11:30 GMT) before third-place Fiorentina entertain Udinese (14:00 GMT).
Before both of those games second-placed Inter Milan will look to return to the top when Genoa visit on Saturday (19:45 GMT). Roma, who have won just oe of the last four games, are at eighth-placed Torino (14:00 GMT).
Saturday: Inter Milan v Genoa, Torino v Roma.
Sunday: Atalanta v Palermo, Bologna v Napoli, Carpi v AC Milan, Fiorentina v Udinese, Frosinone v Chievo, Sampdoria v Sassuolo, Verona v Empoli.
Franco Di Santo - once of Chelsea and Wigan - puts an end to any chance of a Hannover come back by restoring Schalke's two-goal cushion.
Five minutes left in Nice. It has not been a vintage Paris St-Germain performance but their quality has proved too much. It's a deserved win and Laurent Blanc's sdie are going further ahead at the top of Ligue 1...SIXTEEN points ahead.
Half an hour to go in Rome. No sign of a Lazio come back.
Lyon have invited 120 former players to help bid farewell to their 41,000-capacity Stade de Gerland, which hosts its last ever Ligue 1 match on Saturday. The 102-year-old venue is being replaced by the ultra-modern 59,000-capacity new stadium in the Lyon suburbs will take the name of a yet to be revealed sponsor and is scheduled to host six Euro-2016 games.
Fourth-placed Lyon host third-placed Angers (16:00 GMT), while Caen, who start the weekend second in the table, are at home to struggling Lille (19:00 GMT).
Saturday: Ajaccio v Nantes, Bastia v Monaco, Caen v Lille, Lyon v Angers, Reims v Troyes, Toulouse v Lorient.
Sunday: Bordeaux v Guingamp, Marseille v Montpellier, Saint Etienne v Rennes.
Schalke look as though they are going to finish the night fourth in the Bundesliga table after former Real Madrid forward Klass-Jan Huntelaar nets his fifth league goal of the campaign.
Twenty minutes left in Nice. The points are in the bag. The only thing that has yet to be decided is how many will PSG score?
News from the Dutch League where Den Haag have secured only their second league win in 13 games.
Back under way in Rome where the hosts have an awful lot of work to do.
Why don't they just hand the Ligue 1 trophy to PSG now? Angel Di Maria threads the ball to Zlatan Ibrahimovic who fires home from a tight angle. The capital club are going 16 points clear at the top of the table - and this is only their 17th game.
Midfielder Franck Ribery is in Bayern Munich's squad to face Borussia Monchengladbach after nine months out with a damaged ankle. However, Bayern, who start the weekend eight points clear at the top of the Bundesliga, are expected to be without wingers Douglas Costa (thigh), and Arjen Robben (calf).
It's third versus second as Wolfsburg entertain Borussia Dortmund (17:30 GMT) on Saturday.
Saturday: Borussia Monchengladbach v Bayern Munich, Cologne v Augsburg, Hertha Berlin v Bayer Leverkusen, Ingolstadt v Hoffenheim, Hamburg v Mainz, Wolfsburg v Borussia Dortmund.
Sunday: Eintracht Frankfurt v Darmstadt, Stuttgart v Werder Bremen.
Are Schalke on their way to a first win in six Bundesliga games? Johannes Geis fires the hosts ahead from the penalty spot. Victory will catapult Schalke into fourth spot.
Big news from Spain tonight with Real Madrid expelled from the Copa del Rey for fielding an ineligible player against Cadiz on Wednesday.
Denis Cheryshev opened the scoring as Real beat the third-tier side 3-1 in the first leg of their last-32 tie.
The Russian winger, 24, should have been serving a one-match ban - imposed while he was on loan at Villarreal last season - but he and Real claim they were not informed before the game.
Real have won the competition 19 times, with their last success in 2014.
PSG aren't sitting back. They go ever so close to a third goal as Zlatan Ibrahimovic's header is pushed away before Angel Di Maria goes close.
Back under way at the Allianz Riviera where PSG are in control and playing against 10 men.
Juventus are heading for a fifth straight league win.
Lazio are enjoying a spell of pressure shortly before the interval but can't hurt Juventus, who are in complete control in Rome. Barring a second half disaster, they will be going level on points with fourth-placed Roma.
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It's half-time in the Bundesliga's only game of the night. No goals to report from Schalke against Hannover.
They still rememeber Paul Gascoigne's time in Rome. Lazio fans even produced a huge banner in honour of the former England midfielder when Tottenham visited the Stadio Olimpico in the Europa League in 2012.
Gascoinge spent three years in Rome after leaving Spurs in 1992 before moving to Rangers.
Juventus are well on their way to a fifth successive Serie A win. It's that man Paulo Dybala. The Argentine notches his seventh league goal of the campaign after a left-footed rocket right into the corner. Brilliant goal.
Too easy. PSG are heading 16 points clear at the top of Ligue 1.
Game over. And it's not even half-time. Zlatan Ibrahimovic doubles the lead from the spot. Nice are 2-0 behind and a man down.