Continental Breakfast: 5 tips for Sunday's European football
Close your weekend out with this 13/1 five-fold that includes matches from the Eredivisie, Scottish Premiership, Ligue 1 and Swiss Super League.
Young Boys to beat Lucerne (15:00) –
Defending Swiss champions Young Boys have started their season impressively, with all of their first three matches.
They had the best away record in the division last season, winning 11 of their 18 matches on the road, and won each of their four meetings against Lucerne in 2017/18.
Lucerne were hammered 4-0 away to Olympiakos in the Europa League on Thursday, and have lost three of their four matches in all competitions so far.
FC Zurich to beat St Gallen (15:00) –
Zurich have made a decent start to their season, winning two of their first three matches in the Swiss Super League.
Their only defeat came away to Young Boys, while they are unbeaten in their last seven league games at home.
Saint Gallen have lost two of their last three in all competitions, including away to mid-table Norwegian side Sarpsborg in a Europa League qualifier.
Hibernian to beat St Johnstone (15:00) –
Hibs started their domestic season with a 3-0 victory over Motherwell last Saturday and look good value to extend their perfect start.
Neil Lennon’s side have also won three and drawn one of their Europa League qualifiers in the run up to the season on their way to the third qualifying round.
Saint Johnstone were beaten 2-0 by Kilmarnock last time out and had the fourth-worst home record in the Scottish Premiership last season.
AZ Alkmaar to beat NAC Breda (15:45) –
AZ ended last season with eight victories from their last 11 matches at home, and had the fourth-best record on their own patch behind PSV, Ajax and Feyenoord.
They should open their account with another three points on Sunday against an NAC Breda side that managed just two away victories out of 17 last term.
The visitors were beaten twice by AZ last season, most recently in February, and it’s difficult to see any other result in this one.
Bordeaux to beat Strasbourg (16:00) –
Bordeaux beat Mariupol 3-1 in the Europa League on Thursday to make it three wins from three European matches so far this season.
Gus Poyet’s side ended last season with four consecutive league victories, and look a good price to kick off their Ligue 1 campaign with three points.
Strasbourg had the second-worst away record of any side in the division in 2017/18, losing 12 and winning just two of their 19 games on the road.
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