Continental Breakfast: 5 football tips for Sunday's games
Close out your weekend with this accumulator made up of football tips from Serie A, the Eredivisie and Ligue 1.
Atalanta to beat Frosinone (11:30)
Frosinone have won just one of their 20 matches in all competitions this season.
The Giallazzurri are second-bottom in Serie A, only thanks to Chievo’s point deduction, and have taken just one point from their eight league games against sides currently in the top eight.
Atalanta have won four of their last six matches in all competitions, a run that includes an X-X win over Lazio and 2-2 draw at home to Juventus.
PSV (-1) to beat Emmen (13:30)
PSV are two points clear at the top of the Eredivisie, having won 16 of their opening 17 matches.
Mark van Bommel’s side have scored 60 goals and conceded just eight, winning 12 of those games by two or more goals.
They beat Emmen 6-0 in the reverse fixture in October and should ease past the hosts, who have won just two of their last 12 matches.
Stade Rennes to beat Montpellier (14:00)
Rennes’ eight-match unbeaten run was ended in midweek in a 2-1 defeat away to Guingamp, but their impressive home record makes them worth backing to win.
Julien Stephan’s side have won four and drawn one of their last five matches at Roazhon Park, a run that has taken them to within one point of the top six in Ligue 1.
Montpellier are without a win in their last five matches in all competitions, including an extra-time defeat to third-tier Entente SSG in the Coupe de France two weeks ago.
Napoli to beat Lazio (19:30)
Napoli extended their unbeaten run to 14 matches in all competitions at the San Paolo with a 2-0 victory over Sassuolo in the Coppa Italia last weekend.
The Partonopei have the second-best home record in Serie A this season, having won eight and drawn two of their 10 matches.
Lazio won 2-0 at Bologna in their last away game, but that was only their first victory in five on the road, having been beaten at Atalanta, Roma and Juventus.
Saint Etienne to beat Lyon (20:00)
Saint Etienne made it three victories in a row after they came from behind to beat Marseille on Wednesday.
That result was Les Verts’ fifth consecutive home win and extended their unbeaten record at the Stade Geoffroy Guichard this season.
Their home record is bettered only by Paris Saint-Germain and, at such a generous price, they are well worth backing against a Lyon side that have beaten only second-bottom Monaco in their last six league games.
*Odds subject to change.
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