Continental Breakfast: 5 football tips for Sunday's matches
Close out your weekend with these 20/1 European football tips from Eredivisie, Serie A, Swiss Super League, Austrian Bundesliga and Ligue 1.
PSV to beat Feyenoord and over 2.5 goals (13:30)
PSV are the only side in the Eredivisie who still boast a 100 per cent record at home.
Mark van Bommel’s side beat Fortuna Sittard 5-0 last time out at the Phillips Stadion, where 10 of their 11 games have produced three or more goals.
Feyenoord lost 1-0 at mid-table Groningen last weekend and have lost three straight away games.
Juventus to beat Bologna (14:00)
Juventus are cantering to another Scudetto, as they sit 13 points ahead of second-placed Napoli at the top of Serie A.
The Old Lady have won 21 and drawn three of their 24 league games, dropping just two points away from home – a 3-3 draw at Atalanta on Boxing Day.
Bologna have already lost twice in league and cup against Juventus this season and have just one win in their last 11 matches in all competitions.
Young Boys to beat Lugano (15:00)
Young Boys are cruising to their second straight Swiss Super League title, sitting 19 points clear of second-placed Basel after 21 matches.
The defending champions have dropped just two points in their last 10 league games and have already beaten Lugano twice this season.
Lugano won 3-0 at Luzern last weekend, but that was only their first victory in nine matches.
RB Salzburg to beat Rapid Vienna (16:00)
RB Salzburg are 14 points clear at the top of the Austrian Bundesliga, having won 15 and drawn three of their 18 league games this season.
The Red Bulls cruised to a 4-0 win over Club Brugge in the Europa League in midweek – their 11th victory in 13 matches in all competitions – and, at this price, I’m all over them.
Rapid Vienna’s 4-0 defeat away to Inter Milan on Thursday means they have lost three of their last four in all competitions, while they have won just two of their last eight in the Austrian Bundesliga.
Lyon to beat Monaco (20:00)
Lyon recorded an impressive 0-0 draw at home to Barcelona in the Champions League last 16 in midweek and are a great price to win back on league duty.
Bruno Genesio’s side have won four of their last five games in Ligue 1, including a 2-1 victory over league leaders Paris Saint-Germain three weeks ago.
Monaco have improved since Leonardo Jardim’s return last month, but still have the second-worst home record in the division and have failed to win any of their five games against the top four this season.
*Odds subject to change.
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