Parma to win or draw against Cagliari (17:00)

Parma have taken seven points from their last three away games and have the seventh-best travelling record in Serie A.

The Gialloblu became only the second team this season to take points away Juventus with a 3-3 draw in their last away game, and had won their previous two against Udinese and Fiorentina.

Cagliari have lost five of their last six matches in all competitions and have won just three home games out of 11 in the league this season.

Manchester City to win to nil against Newport (17:30)

Manchester City have won six of their seven cup games to nil this season, so a repeat looks an obvious bet.

Included in that sequence are wins at lower-league Burton and Oxford, while they have also kept clean sheets in three of their last four on the road overall.

Newport could keep things relatively tight, but a record of six goals in seven home matches hardly inspires confidence that they can cause much damage in attack.

Guimaraes to beat Portimonense (18:00)

A 1-0 defeat to Benfica is the only time that Guimaraes have been beaten in their last nine home league games, while they also earned a creditable draw against Porto last time out.

Luis Castro’s side have climbed to sixth in the table, and should see off ninth-placed Portimonense, who have lost three games in a row.

The visitors have lost seven of their 10 away games in the Primeira Liga this season, including their most recent match at Santa Clara a fortnight ago.

Lucerne to win or draw against Lugano & BTTS (18:00)

Lucerne have lost their last two games, but should bounce back against a Lugano side that are without a win in eight league matches.

Lugano have only won four times all season, with just one of those – a 2-1 victory over Sion back in August – coming away from home.

Lucerne have won the last four meetings between these sides 4-1, 4-2, 2-0 and 2-1, and should make it five in a row on Saturday night.

Atalanta to win or draw against AC Milan & BTTS (19:30)

Atalanta come into this on the back of six victories and two draws from their last eight matches.

La Dea have played Juventus twice in that sequence, winning and drawing, and also came from three goals down to draw 3-3 at Roma last month.

Milan have won just one of their last nine away games in all competitions and drew the reverse fixture 2-2 in September.


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