Manchester City to win to nil v Swansea (17:20)

City have kept four clean sheets from their last five matches, with the exception the win against Watford when they conceded just two shots.

Pep Guardiola’s side conceded just once in six matches on their way to winning the EFL Cup, and won two of their three matches to nil in this competition.

Swansea have lost their last two matches without scoring, but a heavy defeat here is likely beyond their control.

Heerenveen to beat De Graafschap (17:30)

Heerenveen have won all of their last three matches, and should have no problem making it four on Saturday.

De Graafschap have lost nine of their 12 away matches this season, failing to score in eight of those games.

Each of the three away matches that they have not lost have been against bottom-half teams, so they will struggle at eighth-place opposition.

Borussia Dortmund to beat Hertha BSC (17:30)

Dortmund stayed level on points with Bayern Munich last weekend as they beat Stuttgart 3-1 at the Westfalenstadion.

That result means BVB have lost just one of their last nine league games and, at close to even money, are well worth backing on Saturday evening.

Hertha’s 2-1 victory over Mainz was only their second in 10 matches in all competitions at the Olympiastadion.

Angers to beat Amiens (19:00)

Angers are in decent form, having won three of their last four home matches and lost one of their last eight.

They look a good bet to beat Amiens, who are without a win in five away from home.

Christophe Pelissier’s side sit 16th in Ligue 1 and drew 0-0 when they hosted Angers earlier this season.

Torino to beat Bologna (19:30)

Torino are on a three-game winning run in Serie A and haven’t been beaten in their last seven league games.

That run includes a 0-0 draw at Napoli and a 1-0 win over Inter Milan.

They’ll surely see off Bologna, who have won just once away from home all season and have been beaten in five of their last eight away trips.


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