Napoli to beat Sampdoria (17:00)

Napoli have won six consecutive home matches, so are an easy bet to see off Sampdoria on Saturday.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side have won nine of their 11 league home games overall this season, and beat Lazio last time out at the San Paolo.

Sampdoria have only managed one win from their last seven away matches, so are unlikely to be able to deal with their illustrious hosts.

Borussia Monchengladbach to win or draw against Schalke (17:30)

Monchengladbach have only lost three of their last eight away matches, with two of those defeats coming at RB Leipzig and Dortmund.

Dieter Hecking’s side have avoided defeat in 12 of their last 15 games overall, winning both of their two games back from the winter break to nil.

Schalke have won one and lost two of their last three home league matches, losing against the other two members of the Bundesliga’s top three this season.

Vitesse to beat Heerenveen (17:30)

Vitesse have a great record at home in the Eredivisie, with five wins from their last six matches and just one defeat in nine matches, which came against Ajax.

They drew 1-1 with Heerenveen away from home in August, but should triumph in the reverse fixture given the visitors’ poor form.

Heerenveen drew 4-4 in their last away game against Ajax, but have lost the other three of their last four Eredivisie matches.

Toulouse to win or draw against Monaco (19:00)

Monaco have lost four successive matches in all competitions, and they’ve only won three times in Ligue 1 all season, all of which came away from home.

The hosts are third-last in the division in both xG and xGA at home this season, and they now face a Toulouse side that have won three of their last four on the road.

A potential new manager bounce for Monaco under Leonardo Jardim means it’s not quite worth backing Toulouse to win outright, but they should manage to avoid defeat against a team bereft of confidence.

Sevilla to beat Celta Vigo (19:45)

Two of Sevilla’s three consecutive away defeats have come against Real Madrid and Barcelona, so there is sense in backing them to get back to winning ways here.

Pablo Machin’s side still sit seventh in the La Liga away table, and rank fourth for xPts on the road in La Liga.

Celta Vigo have lost all of their last five matches, including back-to-back games at home.


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