Continental Breakfast: 5 football tips for Sunday's European action
Close out your weekend with this 23/1 accumulator, featuring football tips from the Eredivisie, Swiss Super League, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue 1.
PSV to beat Feyenoord (13:30)
PSV are five points clear at the top of the Eredivisie and are the only side with a 100 per cent record intact after 13 matches.
Those results include a 3-0 win over second-placed Ajax and a 1-0 victory over fourth-placed Vitesse.
Feyenoord were beaten 3-0 by Ajax last month and lost both league games against PSV last season, so there is plenty of value in backing the league leaders at odds against.
Young Boys to beat Basel (15:00)
Young Boys are 16 points ahead of second-placed Basel after just 15 games, having won 13 and lost just once in the Swiss Super League.
The league leaders have the best travelling record in the division and have dropped just two points in their seven away games this season.
They also beat Basel 7-1 when the two sides last met in September, so represent great value this weekend.
Lazio to beat Chievo (17:00)
Back-to-back draws in Serie A have taken Chievo’s point tally into positive figures, following a three-point deduction at the start of the season.
The Gialloblu remain bottom of the table, though, having lost nine and drawn four of their opening 13 league games, and have the worst home record in the division.
Lazio have won each of their four matches against the current bottom seven and should walk this.
Frankfurt to beat Wolfsburg (17:00)
Frankfurt hammered Marseille 4-0 in the Europa League on Thursday to record their 10th victory in 11 matches in all competitions.
Sunday’s hosts have taken 19 points from the an available 21 in the league as part of that run, which has put them top of the form table.
Wolfsburg have won just one of their last four away games in the Bundesliga, against bottom-of-the-league Dusseldorf.
Paris Saint-Germain (-1) to beat Bordeaux
Paris Saint-Germain have won 14 games out of 14 in Ligue 1, scoring 46 goals and conceding just seven.
Just two of those 14 victories for Thomas Tuchel’s side have come by a margin of fewer than two goals and, with Kylian Mbappe and Neymar over their injury worries, they could run riot again.
Bordeaux are without a win in their last five league games and have lost each of their last five meetings against Paris Saint-Germain, with four of those coming by a margin of two or more goals.
*Odds subject to change.
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