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Ajax to beat Feyenoord (13:30)

Ajax are second in the Eredivisie, just two points behind league leaders PSV, having won 15 and drawn two of their opening 18 matches.

Erik ten Hag’s side were held to a 4-4 draw at home to Heerenveen last weekend, but had won their previous 11 league games.

Feyenoord lost 3-1 away to strugglers PEC Zwolle last Saturday and have picked up just one point their last three matches.

Dusseldorf to win or draw v RB Leipzig (17:00)

Dusseldorf made a winning return from the winter break with a 2-1 victory at Augsburg last weekend.

That was Fortuna’s fourth straight victory in the Bundesliga, having also inflicted Dortmund’s first league defeat of the season as part of that sequence.

With three wins from their last four matches at the Merkur Spiel-Arena, so they’re definitely worth backing to avoid defeat against a Leipzig side that have lost five straight away games.

Juventus to beat Lazio (19:30)

Juventus maintained their nine-point lead at the top of Serie A with a 3-0 win over Chievo on Monday evening, their fourth straight victory in all competitions.

Max Allegri’s side have dropped just four points in an unbeaten league campaign so far and, at close to evens, represent excellent value.

Lazio were beaten 2-1 by second-placed Napoli last weekend and have lost all four of their matches against the current top three this season.

Real Madrid to beat Espanyol (19:45)

Espanyol were beaten 3-0 at Eibar last weekend and are bottom of the La Liga form table, having lost eight of their last nine league games.

They have been beaten by top-four sides Sevilla, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid in that sequence and lost 1-0 at the Bernabeu in September.

Real Madrid beat Girona 4-2 in the Copa del Rey in midweek and have won four of their last five matches in all competitions.

Paris Saint-Germain to beat Rennes and over 2.5 goals (20:00)

Paris Saint-Germain romped to a 9-0 victory at home to bottom-of-the-league Guingamp last weekend, maintaining their 100 per cent league record at the Parc des Princes this season.

The league leaders have netted three or more in seven of their 10 home games, while there have been two goals or fewer just twice.

Rennes lost 2-1 at Guingamp in their last away game and were beaten 3-1 by PSG in the reverse fixture in September.

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