SNF: 5 tips for Saturday evening's fixtures
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Roma to beat Chievo (17:00) –
Roma should bounce back from their midweek defeat at Anfield by beating a Chievo side that haven’t won an away game since September – a run that spans 13 matches.
The Gialloblu have lost nine of their last 10 on the road, scoring just four goals in the process.
Roma have won five out of seven at home, losing only to Fiorentina and Milan.
Real Madrid to beat Leganes (17:30) –
Leganes have lost their last six away matches, and that should become seven this weekend.
Real Madrid have won seven of their last eight home matches against bottom-half teams, winning league games 7-1, 5-2, 4-0 and 6-3 at the Bernabeu in 2018.
Zinedine Zidane’s side won at Malaga last week, despite resting several players ahead of their Champions League semi-final first leg, and are likely to record another three points on Saturday.
Millwall to win or draw v Middlesbrough (17:30) –
With six victories from their last seven at the Riverside, it seems strange to back against Middlesbrough.
But Tony Pulis’ side have failed to beat any side higher than 10th in that run and have taken just two points from their last seven matches against the current top 10.
With just one defeat in their last 18 league games, Millwall are worth backing to get at least a point.
Metz to win or draw v Lille (19:00) –
Metz drew with Caen last time out to make it four points from their last two games.
The visitors have now lost just two of their last eight league games, against Paris Saint-Germain and Lyon.
Second-bottom Lille are without a win in 11 and have the second-worst home record in Ligue 1.
Villarreal to beat Celta Vigo (19:45) –
Villarreal’s form has been patchy of late, but they should win their second game on the bounce against a Celta Vigo side that are shocking away from home.
Juan Carlos Unzue’s side have lost five of their last six on their travels, including a 1-0 defeat to Leganes in their most recent away trip.
Villarreal won 1-0 when these teams met in the reverse fixture in December, and will probably won by a wider margin at their own ground this time around.
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