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Continental Breakfast: 5 picks from Sunday’s European action

27 Oct | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Continental Breakfast: 5 picks from Sunday’s European action

This five-fold - with tips from Italy, Spain, France and the Netherlands - is your best bet to end the weekend in profit.

Lazio to beat Benevento –

Lazio won away to Bologna on Wednesday for their seventh consecutive victory in all competitions, and 12th in 14 matches this season.

Their only defeat so far came against table-topping Napoli in September.

Benevento are bottom of Serie A and have lost all 10 league games so far.

PSV to beat Vitesse –

PSV’s 3-0 home win over Heracles last Sunday was their fifth on the trot, while they have scored three or more in each of their last four.

Phillip Cocu’s side have dropped just three points from their opening nine Eredivisie games and are already five points clear at the top.

Vitesse have drawn two and lost two of their last four home matches, so this one should go as expected.

Atalanta to beat Udinese –

Atalanta’s 3-0 win at home to Verona was their third on the spin in all competitions.

La Dea have lost just once in eight Serie A fixtures and claimed an impressive point against Juventus earlier this month.

Udinese beat Sassuolo in midweek, but have lost five of their last seven matches and were thrashed 6-2 by Juve in their previous home game.

Celta Vigo to beat Malaga –

Malaga’s season went from bad to worse with a first-leg loss to second-tier Numancia in the Copa del Rey on Tuesday.

That was their ninth defeat of a 10-match winless run.

Celta Vigo beat Eibar on Wednesday and have now won three away games on the trot.

Marseille to beat Lille –

Lille needed penalties to get past Ligue 2 side Valenciennes in the Coupe de la Ligue on Wednesday.

They are without a league win since the opening day eight games ago, and have slipped to second-bottom of the table.

Marseille haven’t lost in five Ligue 1 matches and were a last-minute Edinson Cavani free kick away from beating PSG last weekend.