Continental Breakfast: 5 picks from Sunday's European action
Close your weekend out with these picks from the Scottish Premiership, Serie A and La Liga, which make up this 16/1 accumulator.
Celtic to beat Hearts (12:15) –
Celtic should keep their impressive form going, after securing their seventh consecutive league title with a 5-0 Old Firm demolition last Sunday.
Brendan Rodgers’ side have won seven of their last 10 in all competitions and have the best away record in the division, having won 12 of their 17 matches on the road.
Hearts have lost back-to-back matches and have been beaten twice by Celtic already this season.
Lazio to beat Atalanta (14:00) –
Lazio beat Torino 1-0 last weekend and have now won five league games out of six, only dropping points in their 0-0 draw with Roma.
The Biancocelesti have lost just two of their last 16 at the Stadio Olimpico, with their only defeat in 10 coming against champions-elect Juventus.
The hosts should notch another victory against Atalanta, who have only won three in their last eight on the road, against already-relegated Benevento, second-bottom Verona and Bologna.
Atletico Madrid to win to nil v Espanyol (15:15) –
Atletico Madrid have won 55 of their 57 home games against bottom-half sides since Diego Simeone took over as manager.
Atleti have kept 12 consecutive clean sheets in all competitions at home, winning 11 of those games to nil, and have conceded just four league goals at the Wanda Metropolitano this season.
The hosts are also one of just two sides, along with Barcelona, yet to lose at home this season, so should breeze past an Espanyol side with just one victory in seven.
Getafe to beat Las Palmas (17:30) –
Getafe extended their unbeaten run to four matches after battling to a 1-1 draw with Girona last time out, despite playing the majority of the game with 10 men.
The Azulones have now taken 10 points from a possible 12 and shouldn’t have too much trouble adding another three against their already-relegated hosts.
Las Palmas are currently on a 13-match winless run and were beaten 2-0 in the reverse fixture back in December.
Barcelona to beat Real Madrid (19:45) –
Barcelona confirmed their league and cup double with a 4-2 victory at Deportivo last weekend.
Ernesto Valverde’s side are now just four matches away from completing an entire league season without defeat, while they have dropped just four points in 16 matches at the Nou Camp.
Real Madrid lost 3-0 at home to Barcelona in December and have managed just three victories in their last seven in all competitions.
*Odds subject to change.
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