Continental Breakfast: 5 European football tips for Sunday's matches
Back our 36/1 football tips from Sunday's fixtures in the Russian Premier League, Norwegian Eliteserien and Serie A.
CSKA Moscow to beat Kryliya Sovetov & BTTS (12:00)
Kryliya Sovetov have taken just one point from their previous six matches, although BTTS has landed in each of their last four.
They have lost five straight away games and are likely to have one eye on their relegation play-off, given they have nothing to play for here.
CSKA have won five and lost just one of their last eight league games at the VEB Arena, but have kept just three clean sheets in their last seven.
Molde to beat Tromso (17:00)
Molde responded to their 3-2 defeat away to Kristiansund, only their second loss of the season, with a 5-1 thumping of Viking.
That was their fifth victory in their last six matches and they lead the Norwegian Eliteserien after their opening 10 matches.
Tromso have picked up just one point in their last eight games and are bottom of the league.
Atalanta to beat Sassuolo & over 1.5 goals (19:30)
Atalanta need a victory to be certain of a top-four spot in Serie A, and that looks likely given they have won five of their last six league games.
Gian Piero Gasperini’s side came within 10 minutes of beating champions Juventus away last weekend and are unbeaten in their last 12 league games.
Just two of those matches have seen fewer than two goals scored, while La Dea have scored 33 goals at home – the joint-fifth most in Serie A.
Sassuolo have won just one of their last 12 matches on the road, against out-of-form Fiorentina
Roma to beat Parma to nil (19:30)
Roma kept their slim hopes of a top-four spot alive with a 0-0 draw away to Sassuolo last weekend, which was their eighth game without defeat.
The Giallorossi beat Juventus 2-0 in their last home and have won nine of their last 12 matches at the Stadio Olimpico, including each of their last three to nil.
Parma have nothing to play for and are winless in their eight away games, while they have scored just 40 goals this season – the third-fewest outside the current bottom three.
Pescara to beat Hellas Verona (20:00)
Pescara managed a 0-0 draw away to Verona in the first leg of their first-round play-off game and their impressive home record indicates they are worth backing in the second leg on Sunday.
I Delfini are unbeaten in their last seven home games and lost just twice at the Stadio Adriatico over the course of the season.
Hellas Verona finished the season second-bottom in the form table, having earned just six points in their final eight matches.
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