Continental Breakfast: 5 European football tips for Sunday's matches
Back our 29/1 football tips from Sunday's fixtures in the Austrian Bundesliga, Turkish Super Lig, Belgian First Division A and Serie A.
RB Salzburg to beat Sturm Graz (16:00)
Salzburg have already wrapped up their sixth straight Austrian Bundesliga title, but showed no signs of easing up with a 2-1 victory over second-placed LASK Linz last weekend.
That was the Red Bulls’ seventh league win in nine matches and 23rd out of 30 games this season.
Sturm Graz have lost four of their last six league games and have taken just one point from three meetings with Salzburg this term.
Galatasaray to beat Istanbul Basaksehir (17:00)
Leaders Galatasaray come into this potential title decider on the back of 10 consecutive victories at home in domestic competitions.
Fatih Terim’s side scored two stoppage-time goals at Rizespor last weekend to win 3-2 and stay top, and beat third-placed Besiktas 2-0 in their most recent home game.
Istanbul Basaksehir are only behind them on goal difference, but have won just one of their last five matches and are without a victory in three on the road.
Club Brugge to beat Royal Antwerp (17:00)
Club Brugge beat league leaders Genk 3-2 at home last weekend and represent great value to round off their season with another three points.
Ivan Leko’s side have won seven of their last eight matches in all competitions at the Jan Breydel Stadium, keeping clean sheets in four of the last six.
Antwerp have won just one of their last five league games and have lost four of their last seven matches away from home.
AC Milan to beat Frosinone to nil (17:00)
AC Milan have won back-to-back Serie A games against Bologna and Fiorentina and need to make it three from three to have any chance of making the top four.
They have lost just one of their last nine league games at the San Siro and should ease past already-relegated Frosinone.
The visitors have earned just one point from their last five league games and have failed to score in nine of their 11 matches against the current top six.
Atalanta to beat Juventus (19:30)
Juventus are on the beach, having secured their eighth straight Scudetto last month and been knocked out of the Champions League.
The Old Lady lost 2-0 at Roma last weekend and have won just one of their last seven matches in all competitions – their worst run since 2014/15.
Atalanta were unbeaten in 13 and had won five on the spin prior to their 2-0 defeat to Lazio in the Coppa Italia final in midweek.
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