Continental Breakfast: 5 picks from Sunday's European football
Earn some profit with this accumulator, which includes tips from Serie A, the Bundesliga, La Liga and the Eredivisie.
Juventus to beat Torino (11:30) –
Despite their 10-match winning streak ending in midweek, Juventus’ draw with Tottenham did extend their unbeaten run to 16 games.
Max Allegri’s side have conceded only one goal and dropped just two points in their last 11 matches in Serie A.
Torino are in decent shape themselves, with just one defeat in 16, but the Old Lady have only failed to win four of their 24 league games so far this season.
Augsburg to beat Stuttgart (14:30) –
Augsburg beat in-form Frankfurt 3-0 in their last home game to make it successive victories on their own patch.
Manuel Baum’s side are unbeaten in six at the Augsburg Arena and have lost just two in 11 this season.
Stuttgart drew 1-1 with Wolfsburg in their last away game but, having earned just two points from their 11 away games, have the worst travelling record in the Bundesliga.
Atletico Madrid to beat Athletic Bilbao (15:15) –
Atletico Madrid hammered Copenhagen 4-1 in the Europa League on Thursday to make it four consecutive victories in all competitions.
Atleti have won nine out of 11 in La Liga and, along with Barcelona, are the only side yet to lose at home.
Bilbao are without a win in five league games and have managed just two victories in 11 on the road.
Ajax to beat PEC Zwolle (15:45) –
Ajax’s 2-1 victory over Twente last weekend was their 10th league win in a 12-match unbeaten run.
Erik ten Hag’s side are unbeaten in their last 10 away games and have the second-best travelling record in the Eredivisie, having taken 24 points from 11 matches.
Zwolle were beaten 4-0 in the reverse fixture and have lost three of their last four matches.
AC Milan to beat Sampdoria (19:45) –
Milan’s 3-0 win over Ludogorets on Thursday made it six victories in a nine-match unbeaten run in all competitions.
The Rossoneri are worth backing to win against a Sampdoria side that have lost four of their last six away games.
Milan have won six and drawn two of their last nine matches in all competitions at the Giuseppe Meazza, and should take the three points on Sunday night.
*Odds subject to change.