Continental Breakfast: 5 football tips for Sunday's games
Back our 19/1 European accumulator that contains football tips from the First Division A, Eredivisie, Bundesliga, Austrian Bundesliga, Serie A.
Club Brugge to beat Gent (13:30)
Club Brugge have made an impressive start to their First Division A title defence and are two points clear of second after seven games.
They have dropped just two points in that period and also held out until the 85th minute against Dortmund in the Champions League in midweek.
Gent were beaten 2-1 at home to Sint-Truiden last weekend and have lost two of their last three matches in all competitions.
AZ Alkmaar to beat Groningen (13:30)
AZ Alkmaar can get back on track on Sunday after their fast start to the season slowed with two draws and one defeat in their last three.
Their most recent draw came against title contenders Feyenoord last Sunday, while AZ won their opening two games 5-0 and 4-1.
Expect a return to their earlier form against Groningen, who are bottom of the table and have lost four of their first five matches.
RB Salzburg to beat Rapid Vienna (16:00)
Salzburg bagged a last-minute winner against Leipzig in the Europa League on Thursday to make it 11 victories and two draws from their 13 matches in all competitions this season.
The Austrian side are already five points clear at the top of the Bundesliga, with seven wins from their opening seven matches.
Rapid Vienna have won just one of their last six league games and have lost seven of their last eight meetings with Salzburg over the last two seasons.
Eintracht Frankfurt to win or draw v RB Leipzig (17:00)
Leipzig have had a poor start to the season and were beaten by a last-minute Salzburg goal in their first Europa League group game on Thursday.
Ralf Rangnick’s side have won just three of their last 11 away games in all competitions, with one of those victories coming against fourth-tier Viktoria Koln in the DFB Pokal.
Frankfurt won 2-1 away to Marseille in the Europa League on Thursday and should claim at least a point at the Red Bull Arena.
Juventus to win to nil v Frosinone (19:30)
Juventus made it five wins from five in all competitions as they beat Valencia 2-0 in the Champions League on Wednesday, despite having Cristiano Ronaldo sent off in the 29th minute.
That was the second clean sheet Max Allegri’s side have kept this season, with the first coming against Lazio on matchday two in Serie A.
Frosinone are second bottom of the table with just one point, having failed to score a goal in their opening four league games.
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