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Alaves to beat Huesca (11:00)

Huesca are bottom of La Liga, having picked up just six points since winning promotion last season.

They have won just two points since the second weekend of the season and have lost their last four away games.

Alaves were beaten 2-1 at Eibar last weekend, having had a man sent off after just 24 minutes, but are yet to lose at home this season. They have also beaten Real Madrid and Villarreal in their last three at the Mendizorrotza Stadium.

RB Salzburg to beat Austria Vienna (16:00)

Salzburg are one of just three sides in Europe’s top divisions that are unbeaten in all competitions.

The Red Bulls have won 20 and drawn four of their 24 matches in all competitions this season and have dropped just four points in their opening 13 matches in the Austrian Bundesliga.

Austria Vienna were beaten 2-0 by Salzburg back in August and are without a win in any of their last four league games.

Lazio to beat Sassuolo (17:00)

Lazio followed their 4-1 victory over SPAL with a 2-1 win over Marseille in the Europa League on Thursday.

That was the Biancocelesti’s fifth win in six matches in all competitions, while they have won seven out of nine in Serie A.

Their only league defeats this season have come against Napoli, Juventus, Roma and Inter and they are a nice price to get the better of a Sassuolo side with just one win in five.

Juventus to beat AC Milan (19:30)

AC Milan could be without up to 11 first-team players after Franck Kessie, Hakan Calhanoglu and Mateo Musacchio were all injured against Real Betis in the Europa League on Thursday.

Both of the Rossoneri’s defeats this season have come against Inter and Napoli, who are second and third respectively in Serie A.

Juventus have made their best-ever start to a league season and have dropped just two points in their opening 11 games.

Paris Saint-Germain (-1) to beat Monaco (20:00)

Paris Saint-Germain have won all 12 of their Ligue 1 matches this season, with all but one of those victories coming by two or more goals.

Thomas Tuchel’s side have already beaten Monaco 4-0 in the Champion’s Trophy back in August and should give out another hiding on Sunday.

Monaco were spanked 4-0 in midweek by Club Brugge in the Champions League and are on a 15-game winless run in all competitions.

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