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Hoffenheim not to beat Freiburg (14:30)

Hoffenheim are without a win in five away from home, with their all-out-attack approach letting them down on the road.

Julien Nagelsmann’s side have not kept an away clean sheet all season. They have conceded at least twice in four of their last five and were comfortably beaten by Bayern Munich last weekend.

Freiburg have recorded some impressive results at home this season, beating Schalke, Borussia Monchengladbach and RB Leipzig and drawing with Bayer Leverkusen.

Exeter not to beat Cambridge (15:00)

Exeter have scored just two goals in three matches since selling Jayden Stockley, and they are a good bet to continue to struggle this weekend.

The Grecians have won just two of their last seven home matches, with their previous two games at St James’ Park a 2-1 defeat to Grimsby – who haven’t scored in five subsequent matches – and a 0-0 draw with Morecambe.

Cambridge have improved massively under new manager Colin Calderwood, winning all of their last three games. It wouldn’t be a surprise if they made that four on Saturday.

Atletico Madrid not to beat Getafe (15:15)

Atletico have won just three of their last 13 home league matches by more than one goal, and a big injury list could see their luck run out on Saturday.

Diego Simeone will be without Stefan Savic, Filipe Luis, Koke, Saul, Diego Costa and several others for the visit of Getafe, who are good enough to frustrate them further.

The visitors have not lost away from home since a 2-0 defeat at Real Madrid on the opening weekend of the season, a run that includes an impressive win at Sevilla.

They rank fourth-best for xG against away from home in the division, so can hold a side that is not flamboyant going forward. 

Everton not to beat Millwall (17:30)

It is hard to see past the favourites in most of Saturday’s FA Cup ties, but backing Everton to slip up at Millwall holds some value.

Marco Silva’s side have won just two of their 11 away games this season, most recently losing at Brighton and Southampton, while a team full of first-teamers could only inch past Lincoln in the third round.

A trip to Milwall is not ideal for an under-pressure side struggling for form and confidence.

The Lions pounced on Premier League teams in a similar predicament two seasons ago, beating Bournemouth 3-0, and Watford and Leicester 1-0 on home turf on their way to the quarter-finals.

The Den will genuinely prove a tough place to go under the lights on Saturday night.


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