5 picks for Saturday's European fixtures
We've got your Saturday bet covered with this five-fold, which comes from the Bundesliga, Primeira Liga, La Liga and Ligue 1.
Hamburg to beat Borussia Monchengladbach (14:30) –
Hamburg have turned it on in the last few weeks to give themselves a chance of survival going into the final day.
The hosts have won three of their last five games, including back-to-back home matches, and have only lost to Champions League-chasing Hoffenheim and Frankfurt in their last six.
Only a win will do on Saturday and, given that Gladbach have managed just one away victory in 10, that looks a distinct possibility.
Hoffenheim to beat Dortmund (14:30) –
Hoffenheim ended a nine-game unbeaten run last weekend with a 2-0 defeat at Stuttgart, but are still in good shape to take three points back at home.
Julian Nagelsmann’s side have dropped just two points in their last six matches at the Rhein Neckar Arena and need a victory to be sure of Champions League qualification.
Dortmund lost 2-1 at home to 14th-placed Mainz last time out and are without a win in their last six away games in all competitions.
Porto to beat Vitoria Guimaraes (16:00) –
Although they have already won the Portuguese Primeira title, don’t expect Porto to ease up on the final day.
Sergio Conceicao’s side have won five consecutive league games and have the second-best travelling record in the division, having taken 36 points from 16 games.
Vitoria Guimaraes have won back-to-back matches, but lost 4-2 in the return fixture in January and won’t be able trouble the champions.
Eibar to beat Las Palmas (17:30) –
Las Palmas extended their winless run to 14 matches last weekend with a 1-0 defeat at home to Getafe.
The already-relegated visitors sit bottom of the form table having accrued just two points in 10 games, and have the worst away record in La Liga.
Eibar have lost just one of their last four matches and should breeze past the league’s bottom club.
Saint Etienne to win or draw v Monaco (20:00) –
Saint Etienne were beaten 3-1 at home to Bordeaux last time out, but that was their first defeat in 15 matches in all competitions.
Jean-Louis Gasset’s side had won five of their previous six league games before that, only dropping points in a 1-1 draw against Paris Saint-Germain.
Monaco needed a 90th-minute goal last weekend to beat relegation-threatened Caen for their first win in four matches.
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