West Ham to beat Crystal Palace (12:30)
West Ham look like a transformed team recently, with victories over Bournemouth, Fulham and Southampton making their survival bid look very healthy.
The Hammers have only been beaten by Liverpool and Newcastle in their last seven league games, while they have an opportunity to put even more distance between themselves and the bottom three here.
Crystal Palace’s new manager bounce looks to be over, given that they have taken one point and scored no goals from their last two games against Everton and Wolves.
Napoli to beat Salernitana to nil (14:00)
Napoli could secure the Scudetto with a win over local rivals should other results go their way.
The Partenopei scored a stoppage-time winner away to Juventus last weekend to go 17 points clear at the top of Serie A, which was their fourth win in six matches. They also have the division’s meanest defence, having conceded only 21 goals.
Salernitana have managed just two away victories all season and lost the reverse fixture 2-0 in January.
Freiburg to beat Cologne (14:30)
Freiburg have been one of the Bundesliga’s surprise packages this season and a win here will further solidify their place in the top four.
Christian Streich’s side have won three of their last four in all competitions, including a 2-1 win away to Bayern Munich in the DFB Pokal earlier this month.
Cologne are without a win in four at home and have nothing to play for in their final five games.
Lille to beat Ajaccio & BTTS (16:00)
Ajaccio are second-bottom of Ligue 1 and have lost 14 of their last 17 matches in all competitions.
Despite their dreadful run of form, BTTS has landed in their last two away games, while it’s been a winner in seven of Lille’s last nine matches.
Lille have won 11 games in a 15-match unbeaten run at home, though, so should take all three points.
Toulouse to win or draw v Nantes & over 2.5 goals (20:00)
Toulouse come into this cup semi-final in decent form, having won three of their last four in all competitions and 14 of their last 22.
There have been at least three goals, meanwhile, in four of Philippe Montanier’s side’s last five.
Nantes have seen three or more goals in seven of their last nine matches, while they have won just two in 13.
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