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St Mirren to beat Dundee (12:30)

Second-bottom St Mirren beat Hamilton 2-0 on Monday and can avoid the relegation play-off with another victory this weekend.

Oran Kearney’s side are unbeaten in four games since the league split, winning two and drawing two.

They have a great chance of another three points against already-relegated Dundee, who had lost 10 in a row prior to their victory over Livingston last Saturday.

Dortmund to beat Borussia Monchengladbach (14:30)

Dortmund beat Dusseldorf 3-2 last weekend to narrow the gap to league leaders Bayern Munich to two points with one game to go.

Lucien Favre’s side have won six of their last nine matches in the Bundesliga and beat Monchengladbach 2-1 in the reverse fixture in December.

Gladbach have something to play for themselves, with the final top-four spot up for grabs, but have won just three of their last 13 league games and are winless in seven at home.

Fortuna Dusseldorf to beat Hannover (14:30)

Dusseldorf hammered Werder Bremen 4-1 at the end of last month in their previous home game, and look a decent bet to sign off for the season with a win on Saturday.

They’ve won six of their last nine matches at the ESPRIT Arena, including victories over Dortmund and Monchengladbach, with their only defeats in that sequence coming against top-five sides RB Leipzig, Frankfurt and Bayern Munich.

Second-bottom Hannover have already been relegated and are one of just two sides in the Bundesliga yet to record an away win.

Getafe to beat Villarreal (15:15)

Getafe come into the final day level on points with fourth-placed Valencia, and their impressive home record means they have a great chance of claiming the final Champions League spot.

They have won nine and drawn one of their last 11 matches in all competitions at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez.

Villarreal have nothing to play for, having already confirmed their safety, and have lost four of their last six matches on the road.

Sevilla to beat Athletic Bilbao (15:15)

Athletic Bilbao were beaten 1-0 by strugglers Real Valladolid – who only confirmed their safety last weekend – in their most recent away game.

Gaizka Garitano’s side have lost three of their last four on the road and have scored just 15 away goals all season, the second-fewest in the division.

Sevilla, who need a victory to have any chance of claiming fourth place, have the fourth-best home record in La Liga and have won three of their last four matches at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.

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