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Hertha BSC to beat Darmstadt (17:30)

Hertha scored a stoppage-time penalty to nick a point away to Bundesliga leaders Dortmund on Saturday – a result that ended the home side’s six-game winning streak.

Following that draw, Hertha have lost just one of their opening 10 matches in all competitions this season.

They have won seven of their last eight DFB Pokal games against lower-league sides. That should become eight of their last nine against Darmstadt, who have lost four of their last six matches.

Levante to beat CD Lugo (18:30)

Levante notched their fourth straight victory in La Liga with a 2-0 win at home to Leganes at the weekend.

That result followed a 2-1 win away to Real Madrid and they look a generous price to beat a side from a division below.

Segunda side Lugo haven’t progressed beyond this round of the Copa del Rey in 26 years and lost 2-1 at home to relegation-threatened Cadiz on Saturday.

Club Brugge to beat Oostende (19:30)

Club Brugge drew 1-1 with seventh-placed Sint-Truiden at the weekend, but should be able to end their five-game winless streak back on their own patch.

The defending champions have dropped just two points in six home games in the First Division A and have lost just once in all competitions at the Jan Breydel Stadium this season – against Dortmund in the Champions League last month.

Oostende have lost seven of their last eight away games against Club Brugge and have won just one of their last seven league games.

Augsburg to beat Mainz (19:45)

Augsburg beat Hannover 2-1 on Saturday, meaning they have lost just one of their last five matches in the Bundesliga.

The only defeat in that sequence came in a 4-3 loss away to Dortmund, while they managed to draw with both Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig.

Mainz have taken just one point from their four away games so far and have the Bundesliga’s third-worst travelling record.

Hamburg to beat Wehen SV (19:45)

Hamburg went second in the 2. Bundesliga following a 1-0 win away to Magdeburg on Friday and have lost just one of their last 10 matches in all competitions.

They have won five of their last seven games against lower-league sides and, even with changes likely, are a great price to beat third-tier Wehen.

The hosts haven’t made it past this stage of the DFB Pokal since 2009.

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