Continental Breakfast: 5 picks for Sunday's European action
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Valencia to beat Deportivo (11:00) –
Deportivo lost 4-2 at home to Villarreal last Saturday and their stay in La Liga is ending miserably.
Clarence Seedorf’s side are currently on a five-match winless run and have managed just two victories in their last 22 league games.
Valencia beat Girona 1-0 last time out and have won five of their last seven at the Mestalla.
Red Bull Salzburg to beat Mattersburg (15:30) –
Salzburg hammered third-placed Rapid Vienna 4-1 last weekend to record their fifth consecutive league victory, while they have now lost just one in 28.
The Red Bulls have the best home record in the Bundesliga by a distance, having won 13 and drawn four of their 17 matches at their own ground.
Mid-table Mattersburg have managed just two victories in their last nine matches and stand no chance.
Atalanta to beat Cagliari (17:00) –
Atalanta extended their unbeaten run to seven matches after a 90th-minute equaliser against AC Milan in their last game, despite playing for 26 minutes with 10 men.
Gian Piero Gasperini’s side have only lost to Juventus in their last six away games and they can still claim sixth place with a victory.
Cagliari are still not safe from relegation, but have taken just four points from their 13 matches against the current top seven.
Atletico Madrid to win to nil v Eibar (17:30) –
Atletico Madrid beat Marseille 3-0 in the Europa League final on Wednesday and have now won four of their last five matches to nil.
Atleti have the second-best home record in La Liga and have lost just one of their 18 league games at the Wanda Metropolitano.
Eibar lost the return fixture 1-0 and have managed just two victories in their last seven matches on the road.
Barcelona to beat Sociedad and over 3.5 goals (19:45) –
Barcelona have won 24 and drawn three of their 27 matches in all competitions at the Nou Camp this season.
Sociedad were beaten 4-2 in the reverse fixture in January and have lost eight of their last 11 away games.
With an average of 5.6 goals per match in the last six games at the Nou Camp, this should also be an entertaining affair.
*Odds subject to change.
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