Lille to beat Montpellier (14:00)

Lille are second in Ligue 1 and are currently on a run of seven victories from their last eight matches in all competitions.

Les Dogues have won nine and lost just one of their last 13 matches in all competitions at the Stade Pierre Mauroy this season.

Montpellier have beaten only second-bottom Caen in their last nine matches in all competitions, having lost at home to Lille and against third-tier Entente SSG in that sequence.

Frankfurt to beat Borussia Monchengladbach (14:30)

Borussia Monchengladbach lost their 100 per cent home record last weekend with a 3-0 defeat to Hertha and it’s unlikely to get much better on Sunday.

Gladbach have lost away games against league-leaders Dortmund and third-placed Leipzig this season, so fifth-placed Frankfurt look an enticing price to take three points at home.

Adi Hutter’s side drew 1-1 with Dortmund in their last match at the Commerzbank Arena, having won eight of their previous 10 home games in all competitions.

Young Boys to beat Zurich and over 2.5 goals (15:00)

Young Boys were held to a 1-1 draw at third-placed Thun last weekend, but remain 19 points clear at the top of the Swiss Super League.

Gerardo Seoane’s side have won 17 and lost just one of their 20 league games, while just four of their last 18 games have had fewer than three goals.

Zurich are without a win in their last five away games and lost 4-0 on their previous visit to the Stade de Suisse in August.

Napoli to beat Torino (19:30)

Second-place Napoli have the best home record in Serie A, having won 10 and drawn two of their 12 league games at the San Paolo this season.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side are currently on a seven-match winning streak at home in all competitions and haven’t even conceded a goal in their last four league games.

They won 3-1 away to Zurich in the Europa League on Thursday and are a great price to bag another three points against a side that has managed just two away victories in 12 so far.

Paris Saint-Germain to beat Saint Etienne (20:00)

Paris Saint-Germain were impressive in their 2-0 victory away to Manchester United in the Champions League in midweek, winning without Neymar, Edinson Cavani or Thomas Meunier.

The Ligue 1 leaders have won 19 of their 22 league games and have the best away record in the division, despite losing 2-1 at Lyon a fortnight ago.

Saint Etienne have managed just one victory in their last five matches, so look unlikely to take anything from the best team in the league.


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