Fund your bank holiday night out with this accumulator from the Premier League, Championship, Serie A and La Liga.
Napoli to beat Sassuolo (17:00) –
Despite a stumble against Roma and Inter earlier this month, Napoli can take heart from the fact that the Serie A title remains in their hands.
And having won six of their last seven away matches, Maurizio Sarri’s side should ensure that remains the case with victory at Sassuolo.
The hosts are winless in five at the Stadio Citta del Tricolore, including 3-0 hammerings from Lazio and Atalanta.
Manchester City to beat Everton (17:30) –
Victory at Everton feels an inevitability for Manchester City as they near the finish line in their crusade to the Premier League title.
Pep Guardiola’s side ended any doubts about their away form with consecutive wins to nil at Arsenal and Stoke this month, and have now won 26 of their 30 league games this season.
Everton have failed to beat any of the top six at Goodison Park this season, losing by more than one goal to Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United.
Aston Villa to beat Hull (17:30) –
Aston Villa are great value to get back to winning ways following back-to-back defeats before the international break.
Despite that slight stumble, Steve Bruce’s side have won 10 of their last 14 league games.
Hull lost 3-0 to Birmingham last time out and have taken just two points from their five matches against the top four.
Juventus to beat AC Milan (19:45) –
Although Juventus’ 0-0 draw away to SPAL ended a run of six consecutive victories in all competitions, they have now gone 23 games without defeat.
Max Allegri’s side have the best home record in Serie A, having dropped just four points in 14 matches, and haven’t even conceded a goal in nine league games at the Allianz Stadium.
AC Milan laboured to a 3-2 win over fourth-bottom Chievo last time out, which was just their second victory in five games.
Barcelona to beat Sevilla (19:45) –
Barcelona have won five games in a row without conceding a goal, and they’re still unbeaten in La Liga this season.
The Catalan side won 2-1 when these sides met earlier this season, and should again take all three points on Saturday night given that Sevilla aren’t in great form.
Vincenzo Montella’s side have lost back-to-back La Liga games to Valencia and Leganes, and have won just two of their last seven at home.
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