Matchday 4 fixtures and times confirmed

Matchday 4 will be played on March 23rd, starting at 16:00 CET

eFootball.Pro has announced the date, times, and location for the eFootball.Pro League Matchday 4. The matches will be played on Saturday, March 23rd at Highvideo Studios in Barcelona, Spain. The casters team for Matchday 4 will have Adam Butcher as the host & colour commentator, Mark Scott as main commentator, Diego Lorijn as reporter & analyst, and Stewart Westley as the pundit.

Kick-off times will be the following:
AS Monaco vs Celtic FC 16:00 CET
Boavista FC vs FC Schalke 04 16:50 CET
FC Nantes vs FC Barcelona 17:40 CET

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Summary of the teams before Matchday 4:
As the critical stage of the regular league approaches, there are teams that have it easier than others to qualify for the knockout stages. AS Monaco’s path for the next stage doesn’t seem so complicated from others. The French squad is the only team in the league that that has not registered any defeat in the table, and has had one match MVP in every matchday. They are also the team that dominates the club stats. They have to keep the consistency for which they are characterized for to remain safe.

Celtic FC is also safe, for the moment. After enjoying a clear dominance of the league and being at the top of the table for two matchdays, they suffered their first loss of the season on Matchday 3, against FC Barcelona, and dropped to second place. The Bhoys’ new squad, INDOMINATOR and E_C_Oneill, are very well known PES players and have already played together in other competitions. They should use that teamwork, which has been previously proven in other tournaments, in their favour for the remaining matches.

Although Boavista FC is at the bottom of the table, they still have chances to qualify for the next stage. This next match, against Schalke 04, is very important if they want to keep their hopes alive. The Portuguese team has to practice as much as they can so they can take home the two remaining matches. Christopher and TioMit are well-experienced players that have what it takes to qualify for the next rounds and prove what they are capable of.

As for Schalke 04, they are fourth place in the table, right at the border line between the qualified and non-qualified teams for the Finals. If they want to avoid the Last Chance Group, it is vital that they win their next two matches. Their qualification for the Finals also depends on Monaco’s results at the end of Matchday 5, since they’re on third place, without any defeats. Schalke 04 has an advantage from the other teams, which is the life-long partnership between GoooL and EL_Matador. This has been key in Schalke’s performance throughout the competition.

FC Nantes are currently in fifth place of the eFootball.Pro League table, with two draws and one defeat. Like the other teams, they also have great players representing them that have been performing very well throughout the competition. In Matchday 3, Aazbabysk showed off his abilities with a hat trick, proving that FC Nantes is well equipped and ready to move forward to the next rounds. They should take advantage of these small details, since they could be decisive during critical moments.

FC Barcelona bumped from third place directly to the top of the table at the end of Matchday 3, after defeating Celtic FC. If they want to stay in first place, they need to win all of the matches left. Being the team with the fewest goals conceded, and having the top goal scorer and the top assists provider in the team, they have everything in their favour to stay at the top of the eFootball.Pro League table.

Matches will be streamed live on the official eFootball.Pro League channels: