Continental Breakfast: 5 football tips for Sunday's action
Will Rook is backing this 18/1 accumulator to close out the weekend, featuring football tips from the Scottish Premiership, Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1.
Rangers to beat Livingston (13:30)
Rangers hammered Ayr 4-0 in their League Cup quarter final in midweek and have won each of their last three domestic matches by an aggregate score of 13-1.
The Gers claimed an impressive 2-2 draw away to Villarreal in between those matches and have lost just one of their 14 matches in all competitions under Steven Gerrard.
Livingston have made a decent start to life in the Scottish Premiership, but lost at Celtic on the opening day and failed to beat Hearts last weekend.
Fiorentina to beat Atalanta (14:00)
Fiorentina made it three home wins out of three in Serie A as they beat SPAL 3-0 last weekend.
La Viola won those matches by an aggregate score of 10-1 and should capitalise on their opponent’s slow start to the season.
Atalanta are winless in seven matches in all competitions, while their only victory of the season came against goalless Frosinone.
Genoa to beat Frosinone (14:00)
Frosinone’s grim run continued with a 4-0 defeat away to Roma on Wednesday.
The promoted side are now second-bottom of Serie A, having picked up just one point and failed to score a single goal in their opening six matches.
Genoa beat bottom-of-the-league Chievo on Wednesday and have won four of their six matches in all competitions this season.
Alaves to win or draw v Levante (17:30)
Alaves’ 1-1 draw at home to Getafe extended their unbeaten run to five matches since an opening day defeat away to Barcelona.
Abelardo Fernandez’s side had won each of their previous three matches and sit fourth in La Liga after six matches, behind only Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.
Levante followed a 6-2 home defeat to Sevilla with a 2-1 loss at Real Valladolid and have lost four matches in a five-game winless streak.
Lille to win or draw v Marseille (20:00)
Marseille had to rely on a stoppage-time winner to beat Strasbourg in midweek, having lost both of their previous two.
Rudi Garcia’s side have won just three of their last seven matches in all competitions, so are worth laying at Lille.
The hosts have lost just two matches out of seven so far this season, winning two of their last three.
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