Continental Breakfast: 5 football tips for Sunday's matches
Close out your weekend with these 11/1 European football tips from Serie A, Bundesliga, Danish Superligaen, La Liga and Ligue 1.
Torino to beat Cagliari (11:30)
Torino were held to a 0-0 draw away to Parma last weekend, meaning they’ve lost just one of their last 11 league games.
They have been most impressive at home, winning six of their last seven Serie A games at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino.
Cagliari have lost six of their last seven away games and won just one in 12, against bottom-of-the-league Chievo.
Frankfurt to beat Augsburg (17:00)
Frankfurt scored a late winner to beat Schalke 2-1 last weekend and make it six straight victories in the Bundesliga.
Adi Hutter’s side are unbeaten in their last 11 league games, having taken points off top-five sides Dortmund, RB Leipzig and Borussia Monchengladbach in that run.
They are a good price to beat an Augsburg side that have earned just two points in their last nine away games in the league.
Midtjylland to beat Odense (17:00)
Midtjylland conceded a stoppage-time equaliser last weekend to fall five points behind in the race for the Superligaen title, but have a great opportunity to close the gap on Sunday.
They haven’t lost in 11 league matches and have dropped just six points in 14 unbeaten home games this season.
Odense lost 1-0 at home to league leaders Copenhagen last Sunday and were beaten 3-0 away to Midtjylland when the two sides last met in December.
Valencia to beat Levante (19:45)
Valencia won 3-1 away to Villarreal in the Europa League quarter final on Thursday and come into this with three victories from their last four matches.
Marcelino’s side beat Real Madrid 2-1 last week in their most recent home game and are unbeaten in their last 18 matches at the Mestalla in all competitions.
They should cruise through this derby game against Levante, who have gone 13 away games without victory and haven’t won at Valencia since 1937.
Paris Saint-Germain to beat Lille (20:00)
Paris Saint-Germain were an inexplicable Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting miss from sealing the title last weekend after drawing 2-2 with Strasbourg.
But it’s worth chasing in here, given the team that have won 26 of their 30 league games this season have rarely been available at such a long price.
Second-placed Lille lost 1-0 to struggling Monaco in their last home game, while their only victory in three at the Stade Pierre Mauroy came against third-bottom Dijon.
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