Continental Breakfast: 5 tips for Sunday's European action
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Fiorentina to beat Benevento (11:30) –
Benevento have lost all 13 of their away games in Serie A this season, and are not going to get anything out of this one.
The Stregoni have accrued just 10 points in 26 league games and are bottom of the table.
Fiorentina won 3-0 in the reverse fixture and have taken points off Inter, AC Milan and Chievo in their last four at home.
Ajax to beat Heerenveen (13:30) –
Ajax dropped points for only the third time in 13 home games when they drew 0-0 with Den Haag two weeks ago.
That result ended a run of seven consecutive victories at the Amsterdam Arena for Erik ten Hag’s side, who have won 10 of their last 13 in all competitions.
Heerenveen have managed just one league win in five and are without a victory on the road in six.
Lazio to beat Cagliari (14:00) –
Cagliari were hammered 5-0 at home to Napoli last time out and have won just two of their last 14 in all competitions.
Luis Diego Lopez’s side have lost all seven of their matches against the top five this season, including a 3-0 defeat to Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico in October.
Lazio have dropped just four points in 15 games against bottom-half sides, so look a great price.
Atletico Madrid to beat Celta Vigo (15:15) –
Atletico Madrid made it six consecutive home victories without conceding when they beat Lokomotiv Moscow 3-0 in the Europa League on Thursday.
Atleti have dropped just four points in their last 10 league games and, along with Barcelona, are the only side to not lose at home this season.
Celta Vigo came from behind to beat out-of-form Las Palmas on Monday, but have lost three successive away games.
AC Milan to beat Genoa (17:00) –
AC Milan lost to Arsenal in the Europa League on Thursday, but they have won six games in an eight-match unbeaten run in Serie A.
Gennaro Gattuso’s side have beaten both Roma and Lazio in that sequence and have not lost in five away games.
Genoa have won three of their last four matches, but were beaten by Bologna last time out and have managed just three victories out of 12 at home.
*Odds subject to change.