PSV to beat Vitesse (15:45)
PSV are top of the Eredivisie, having won 22 and lost two of their 28 league games this season.
Mark van Bommel’s side responded to their 3-1 defeat at Ajax last Sunday with a 4-0 home win over PEC Zwolle and are worth backing at such a long price.
Vitesse are without a win in their last four league games and were beaten by the league leaders in the reverse fixture in November.
Red Bull Salzburg to beat LASK Linz (16:00)
Red Bull Salzburg hammered Austria Vienna 5-1 at home last weekend, their third consecutive victory.
Marco Rose’s side have won 22 and lost one of their 27 domestic games this season and have the best away record in the Austrian Bundesliga, having taken 26 points from a possible 33.
Second-placed Linz have won their last six league games, but have failed to win either of the two meetings between the sides this season and finished the regular season nine points behind the Red Bulls.
Nice to beat Montpellier (16:00)
Nice’s 1-0 victory over Dijon last weekend maintained the five-point gap between themselves and the final Ligue 1 European spot.
Back at the Allianz Riviera, where Patrick Vieira’s side have won four of their last five and are unbeaten in 11, they look a great price to win again.
Montpellier have won just three of their last 16 matches in all competitions and have lost two of their last three on the road.
Werder Bremen to beat Borussia Monchengladbach (17:00)
Borussia Monchengladbach lost 3-1 away to Dusseldorf last weekend and have managed just one victory in their last seven Bundesliga matches.
Gladbach have taken just one point from their last four matches at Borussia Park, despite having had a 100 per cent home record up to that point. That run that has seen the club announce that manager Dieter Hecking will leave in the summer.
Werder Bremen are on a four-match winning streak following their 2-0 away win at Schalke in the DFB-Pokal in midweek, while they are unbeaten in 13 in all competitions.
Sporting to beat Rio Ave (20:00)
Sporting have the best home record in the Portuguese Primeira Liga, having won 12 and drawn one of their 14 league games at the Jose Alvalade Stadium.
The only home games Marcel Keizer’s side have failed to win came against top two Porto and Benfica, while they are currently on a four-match winning streak.
Rio Ave have lost four and won just one of their last six league games, with that victory coming over a Nacional side that lost 10-0 away to Benfica in February.
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