PSV to beat VVV Venlo –

PSV have made a fine start to the season, winning six of their seven Eredivisie games and scoring two goals or more on five occasions.

Philip Cocu’s side beat Utrecht 7-1 in their last away game, and followed that with a 4-0 home win over Willem II before the international break.

They should see off VVV, who have won just one of their last five games and were beaten 2-0 by Ajax at home.

Bologna to beat SPAL –

Bologna sit 10th in Serie A, despite a tricky run of fixtures to start the season, having taken a point off both Torino and Inter Milan at home.

The Rossoblu have won each of their last two games – both away from home – and now face SPAL, who are struggling after a decent start.

The promoted side took four points from their opening two games, but have since lost four of five and taken just one point away from home so far.

Zenit to beat Arsenal Tula –

Table-toppers Zenit are unbeaten in the Russian Premier League this season, with eight wins from 12.

They’ve won four of their five home games so far, scoring 14 goals and conceding just two.

Expect them to thrash Arsenal Tula, who have lost four of six away from home and taken just four points from 18 on their travels.

Inter Milan to beat AC Milan –

Unbeaten Inter have won six of their seven league games this season, with a 1-1 draw away at Bologna their only dropped points.

The Nerazzurri have been unconvincing against weaker opponents, but wins over Fiorentina and Roma show they can beat Serie A’s better sides.

Inter should have the edge over their rivals on Sunday, as AC Milan have lost their last two league games 2-0 and were also beaten 4-1 by Lazio last month.

Marseille to beat Strasbourg –

A run of three successive wins has lifted Marseille to third in Ligue 1, and their form should continue against Strasbourg.

Thierry Laurey’s side are winless in six and have conceded in seven of their eight games so far.

Having scored just twice in their last five, there’s no chance of them taking even a point on Sunday.