Manchester City (-2) to beat Newcastle (17:30)

Sergio Aguero alone has beaten Newcastle at home by at least two goals in the last two seasons.

The striker has scored hat-tricks against the Magpies in consecutive seasons, while the last five editions of this fixture have finished 4-0, 4-0, 5-0, 6-1 and 3-1.

Three defeats from four this season doesn’t help Newcastle’s cause.

Millwall to beat Swansea (17:30)

Millwall’s 3-2 comeback win over Plymouth in the EFL Cup extended their unbeaten start at home to four matches in all competitions.

Their defeat to Fulham in April remains their only loss in their last 21 matches at the Den.

Neil Harris’ side brushed Derby aside in their last home league game and should do the same against Swansea, who have lost back-to-back matches.

PSV (-1) to beat Willem II (18:45)

PSV have won five of their last six Eredevisie home matches by more than one goal, with the exception a 0-0 draw after they had already wrapped up the title in May.

The Dutch champions won this fixture 4-0 last season, so another thrashing is in prospect on Saturday.

Willem II lost all of their away matches at last season’s top four by more than one goal.

Dijon to beat Caen (19:00)

Dijon have made a flying start in Ligue 1, winning three games out of three including a 4-0 thrashing of Patrick Vieira’s Nice away from home last weekend.

Olivier Dall’Oglio’s side have also kept clean sheets in their last two games and have scored eight goals while conceding just once to date.

Their run should continue against Caen, who have taken two points from their three matches so far, losing 3-0 to PSG and drawing with Nice and Nantes.

Real Madrid (-1) to beat Leganes (19:45)

Real Madrid beat Getafe 2-0 at home on the opening day, and followed that with a 4-1 victory away at Girona last Sunday.

The European champions have beaten Leganes in all four of their league meetings over the past two seasons, winning by at least two goals on three occasions.

Leganes have taken one point from their two league matches so far and have little chance of keeping it close on Saturday night.


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