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Feyenoord to beat Emmen (13:30)

Feyenoord ended PSV’s 100 per cent record in the Eredivisie last weekend, running out 2-1 winners at home.

That was the hosts’ third straight victory, while their only defeat in their last 13 matches came against second-placed Ajax.

Emmen have won just one of their last nine league games, against bottom-of-the-league NAC.

Parma to beat Chievo (14:00)

Parma put in a spirited performance to lead AC Milan before going down 2-1 last weekend.

They had won back-to-back matches prior to that and, at home against comfortably the worst team in Serie A, they are worth getting behind.

Bottom side Chievo extended their winless run to 15 matches in all competitions by losing 2-1 at home to Cagliari in midweek.

Basel to beat Zurich (15:00)

Basel are worth backing here, despite losing to league leaders Young Boys last weekend.

They had won six their last eight home matches prior to that defeat, and are capable of taking advantage of their visitors’ poor form.

Zurich’s 2-0 victory over second-bottom Grasshoppers was their first win in five, while they have managed just one win in their last four on the road.

Real Madrid (-1) to beat Huesca (15:15)

After a spell of poor form, Real Madrid are beginning to resemble their old selves again.

They beat Valencia 2-0 last weekend and, excluding Copa del Rey matches, have won five of their last six in all competitions, with each of those coming by a margin of two or more goals.

Huesca lost to struggling Celta Vigo last Saturday and are currently on a 14-match winless run.

Borussia Monchengladbach to beat Stuttgart (17:00)

Borussia Monchengladbach are the only side in the Bundesliga with a 100 per cent record at home.

Gladbach have beaten both of the bottom two at Borussia Park in that run and should make light work of the team in third-bottom.

Stuttgart have lost six and won just one of their eight away games in all competitions this season.

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