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West Ham to beat Fulham (17:30)

West Ham have climbed to 11th in the Premier League following a run of three straight victories and four wins in six.

The Hammers have scored three or more goals in each of those victories and will almost definitely find a way through the league’s worst defence, which have conceded 40 goals.

Fulham lost 4-1 at Manchester United last weekend and have picked up just five points in their last 12 matches.

Dortmund to beat Werder Bremen (17:30)

Dortmund are still unbeaten in the Bundesliga this season, and they’ve won nine of their last 10 league matches.

They saw off Monaco 2-0 away from home in the Champions League in midweek, and should make similarly light work of Werder Bremen on Saturday.

The visitors won their last game, against Fortuna Dusseldorf, but they lost four and drew one of their five games before that win.  

PSV to beat Heracles (18:45)

PSV have won all but one of their 15 Eredivisie matches this season, with the only exception a 2-1 defeat at Feyenoord a fortnight ago.

They bounced back from that defeat by thrashing Excelsior 6-0 at home last weekend, and they earned a draw away at Inter in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Heracles are struggling at the moment, having lost four of their last five league games, so anything other than a win for the champions would be a huge surprise.

Juventus to beat Torino (19:30)

Juventus have won 14 of their 15 Serie A matches this season, including all of their away games, so they should take three points from local rivals Torino.

The champions have won four of their last five league away matches to nil, including a 2-0 victory at Milan and 3-0 at Frosinone, and have the best xG of any team away from home.

Torino are in the bottom half for xG and xG against at home in Serie A this season and have lost every home match against top-half opposition.

Valencia to beat Eibar (19:45)

Valencia are improving after a slow start to the season and look a big price to get three points at Eibar.

The visitors’ victory over Manchester United on Wednesday was their sixth in 10 matches in all competitions, including back-to-back away victories before defeats at Juventus and Real Madrid.

Marcelino’s side rank fourth-best for xG and third-best for xG against on the road this season, so should continue their upward trend.

Consecutive 2-2 and 4-4 draws at home to Sporting Gijon and Levante suggest that Eibar are not in good enough defensive form to keep them out.

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