Continental Breakfast: 5 football tips for Sunday's matches
Close out your weekend with these 25/1 European football tips from Serie A, Eredivisie, Bundesliga, Swiss Super League and Ligue 1.
Juventus to beat Genoa (11:30)
Juventus went 18 points clear at the top of Serie A last week after beating Udinese 4-1 at home.
The Old Lady have dropped just six points in an unbeaten league season so far and have won their last five matches.
Genoa lost 1-0 away to mid-table Parma last weekend and have managed just one victory in their last six matches.
Ajax to beat AZ Alkmaar & over 2.5 goals (13:30)
Ajax are on a six-match winning streak in all competitions, with three or more goals scored in each of those victories.
The won 5-0 at home in the reverse fixture in October and are the top scorers in the Eredivisie, having netted 67 times in 25 games.
AZ were held to a 0-0 draw away to relegation-threatened PEC Zwolle and have won just one of their last three matches.
Frankfurt to beat Nuremberg (14:30)
Nuremberg are on a 21-match winless run in all competitions and bottom of the Bundesliga, having earned just five points since the start of October.
Boris Schommers’ side have the worst travelling record in the division and have won just two points in 12 away games.
Frankfurt come into this on the back of a 1-0 victory away to Inter in the Europa League and are unbeaten in eight league games, having won their last three.
Young Boys to beat Basel (15:00)
Young Boys are 21 points clear at the top of the Swiss Super League, having won 21 and drawn two of their 24 games this season.
The league leaders have dropped just two points in their last 13 league games and have the best away record in the division, having won 10 and drawn two away games out of 12.
Basel are in decent form themselves, but were held to a 1-1 draw away to mid-table Lugano last weekend and lost 3-1 at home to Young Boys when the sides last met in December.
Paris Saint-Germain to beat Marseille & BTTS (20:00)
Paris Saint-Germain have won 14 home games out of 14 this season and have notched six straight victories in Ligue 1.
The leaders, however, have kept just four clean sheets in their last eight games.
Marseille have dropped just two points in their last six and haven’t failed to score in 11 matches so, while they probably don’t have enough quality to win, this looks like a decent value bet.
*Odds subject to change.
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