Manchester City to win to nil v Watford (17:30)

Manchester City have kept three consecutive clean sheets, winning their last two far more comfortably than the 1-0 scorelines suggest.

So against Watford, who have a dreadful record away at top-six sides, they can win comfortably again.

The Hornets have lost all of their last 12 matches at the Premier League’s elite, failing to score in eight of them. Most recent of those was the 5-0 defeat to Liverpool 10 days ago.

Barcelona to win to nil v Rayo Vallecano (17:30)

Barcelona have conceded more than once in just one of their last 11 home matches, so have every chance of winning while keeping Rayo Vallecano at arm’s length here.

The La Liga leaders have kept clean sheets in five of their last six overall, including twice away to Real Madrid in the last 10 days.

Vallecano haven’t scored more than once in any of their last seven away matches, and have lost to nil at both Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid this season.

Borussia Monchengladbach to win or draw & BTTS v Mainz (17:30)

Borussia Monchengladbach have hit a rough patch recently, but should bounce back against Mainz, who have lost four of their last five.

The hosts do score plenty at home, though, netting in eight successive Bundesliga matches on their own patch.

BMG have also scored in four successive away games, and put four past Mainz when these sides met in October.

Monaco to beat Bordeaux (19:00)

Monaco fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 away to Angers last weekend as they continued their revival since Leonardo Jardim’s return.

That result made it six games without defeat in all competitions for Monaco, while they have won three home games out of three in Jardim’s latest spell in charge.

The sequence includes a 2-0 victory over Lyon last time out at the Stade Louis II and they should be backed for another home win against a Bordeaux side that have lost five away games on the spin.

Getafe to win or draw & BTTS v Huesca (19:45)

Getafe are fourth in La Liga and come into this having dropped just two points in their last four league games.

They beat Real Betis 2-1 away from home last weekend to make if four BTTS games out of four.

Huesca are bottom of the table and have won just two of their 13 away games this season, but netted twice against Sevilla last weekend and have only failed to score once in their last five league games.


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