Fiorentina to beat Sassuolo (17:00) –
Fiorentina represent excellent value here, despite their 4-3 defeat to Lazio in midweek.
The Viola had won six and drawn two of their previous eight and remain second in the Serie A form table.
Sassuolo became the first team not to beat Benevento at home this season last weekend and are without a win in seven at the Mapei Stadium.
Leverkusen to win or draw v Dortmund (17:30) –
Leverkusen were thumped 6-2 by Bayern in the German Cup in midweek, but can make amends in the Bundesliga.
Heiko Herrlich’s side have won 4-1 in consecutive league games and have lost just one of their last 13 away games in all competitions.
Dortmund lost 2-0 to rivals Schalke last weekend and have won just three of their last 10 matches.
Monaco to beat Guingamp (19:00) –
Monaco should make up for their 7-1 drubbing at Paris Saint-Germain last time out.
That was only the first league defeat in 18 for Leonardo Jardim’s side, who have won eight of their last 11.
Guingamp were held to a 2-2 draw by relegation-threatened Lille and have won just one in nine.
Cardiff to beat Nottingham Forest (19:45) –
Cardiff’s victory over Norwich last week was their ninth in a row against teams outside the Championship’s top nine.
Before defeat to runaway league leaders Wolves last time out, Neil Warnock’s side had won six consecutive home matches, and should extend that run against Nottingham Forest.
Aitor Karanka’s side are without a goal in four away matches, losing their last two.
Benfica to beat Estoril (20:30) –
Benfica had won nine straight matches before last week’s defeat to Porto, so should have no problems at Estoril.
The hosts are winless in five at home, including a 6-0 battering from Braga.
December’s reverse fixture finished 3-1, and something similar is in store on Saturday.
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