SNF: 5 picks for Saturday evening's football
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Manchester City to beat Manchester United (17:30) –
Liverpool might have cracked the Manchester City code, but it is unlikely that Manchester United will follow suit on Saturday.
Jose Mourinho’s side have only won one of their four away games at top-six sides this season, and have lost two of their last three league away matches overall.
The hosts have won 14 consecutive league matches at the Etihad Stadium, and motivation will not be lacking to make history by sealing the title against their city rivals.
Real Betis to beat Eibar (17:30) –
Real Betis’ incredible pursuit of European football continued with a dramatic 1-0 victory over Getafe on Monday.
That was Los Verdiblancos’ third consecutive victory, while they have only lost to Barcelona and Real Madrid in six home matches in 2018.
Eibar’s impressive season is fizzling out, after two draws and two defeats in their last four.
Schalke to beat Hamburg (17:30) –
Schalke have won six consecutive matches, keeping a clean sheet in all of their last five.
And at bottom-place Hamburg, who have drawn six and lost nine in a 15-match winless run, they should have no problem extending that sequence.
The reverse fixture finished 2-0 to Saturday’s visitors, and a similar result is likely this time around.
PSV to beat AZ Alkmaar (18:45) –
PSV hammered NAC Breda 5-1 last time out to record their 21st victory in their last 25 league games.
Phillip Cocu’s side are top of the Eredivisie and have lost just three of their 29 matches this season.
AZ Alkmaar have won just three of their last six home games and have been beaten by Ajax and Feyenoord at the AFAS Stadion this season.
Bordeaux to beat Lille (19:00) –
A 1-0 defeat at home to Amiens last time out left Lille second-bottom in Ligue 1 and bottom of the form table.
Christophe Galtier’s side have taken just three points in an eight-match winless run and managed just one victory in 10.
Bordeaux were beaten by Rennes in their last home game, but that was only their first defeat in five at the Matmut Atlantique.
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