Sheffield United to beat Swansea (17:30)

Sheffield United have a great chance to extend their four-match winning streak in the Championship at Swansea.

The Blades have won all of their last three league games to nil, and have scored at least twice in four of their last five outings on the road.

Swansea have lost three of their last five at the Liberty Stadium, only avoiding defeat against strugglers Sheffield Wednesday and Wigan.

Sporting to beat Moreirense (18:00)

Sporting had won five consecutive home matches before a respectable 0-0 draw with Porto.

Marcel Keizer’s side have scored at least twice in all those wins, including in a 5-2 victory over Nacional in the middle of last month.

Moreirense have lost five of their last eight away games, and have been defeated on their last three visits to Sporting.

Feyenoord to beat PEC Zwolle (18:45)

PEC Zwolle have won just one of their last nine Eredivisie matches and have the worst home record in the division, taking just five points from nine games.

It’s hard to see them getting a result against Feyenoord, who have only lost twice since an opening-day defeat to De Graafshap.

Gio van Bronckhorst’s side beat PEC Zwolle in the return fixture in October and should complete the double on Saturday night.

Racing Strasbourg to win or draw v Monaco (19:00)

Monaco drew 1-1 for the third straight game in midweek, despite taking on a Nice side that played with 10 men for 45 minutes.

Thierry Henry’s side have won just two of their last 19 league games and are currently three points from safety.

Strasbourg are unbeaten in their last five matches in all competitions in a run that includes victories over Nice and Lyon, as well as a draw away to Marseille in the Coupe de la Ligue last month.

Inter Milan to beat Sassuolo (19:30)

Inter returned from the winter break with a 6-2 thumping of Benevento in the Coppa Italia at the Giuseppe Meazza last weekend.

The Nerazzuri have won eight straight domestic matches at home and should make light work of out-of-form opponents.

Sassuolo have lost three on the spin following a 2-0 defeat away to Napoli last weekend, while their only victories in seven matches on the road came against Frosinone and Chievo, Serie A’s bottom two.


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