SNF: 5 football tips for Saturday evening's action
Fund your festive night out with this 12/1 accumulator, featuring football tips from the Bundesliga, Serie A, Eredivisie and Ligue 1.
Inter to beat Chievo (17:00)
Inter squeaked past a stubborn Udinese in a 1-0 victory last weekend, but this should be a significantly easier task.
That was the Nerazzuri’s ninth league victory in 12 matches, while they have not dropped a point in any of their five games against the current bottom six in Serie A.
Bottom-of-the-league Chievo are still without a league victory after 16 matches and have just four points this season.
Frankfurt to win or draw v Bayern Munich (17:30)
Bayern have won five of their last six matches, but a trip to Eintracht Frankfurt is about as difficult as they come in the Bundesliga at the moment.
Niko Kovac’s side have already dropped points at two members of the top eight this season, Hertha BSC and Borussia Dortmund, while they drew 3-3 at Ajax in the Champions League last week.
Frankfurt have won seven of their last eight home matches, including against Lazio, Marseille and Bayer Leverkusen across all competitions. They also rank inside the top five for xG and xG against at home in the Bundesliga.
PSV to beat AZ Alkmaar (18:45)
PSV’s 4-0 victory at Heracles last weekend means they have won 15 and lost just one of their opening 16 matches in the Eredivisie.
That run includes eight victories out of eight at the Phillips Stadion, including a 6-0 hammering of Excelsior in their last home game.
AZ Alkmaar have won just two of their last five away games and were beaten 5-0 by second-placed Ajax in October.
Juventus to beat Roma (19:30)
Having won all but one of their 16 league matches this season, Juventus are on obvious addition to this acca.
Max Allegri’s side have won five consecutive league matches to nil coming, including derby victories against Inter and Torino.
Roma have won just two of their last 10 away matches in all competitions, including five defeats.
Lille to beat Toulouse (20:00)
Lille’s rise to second remains the Ligue 1 story of the season, and there is no reason not to back them to extend their good run on Saturday.
Christophe Galtier’s side may have drawn their last three home matches, but they still won their previous six and have won two of their last three games overall.
They rank third for xPts at home and should see off Toulouse, who have lost six of their last nine games.
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