AC Milan not to beat SPAL –

SPAL are capable of frustrating Milan, having held their city rivals Inter to a draw in their last home match.

Despite improving under Gennaro Gattuso, none of I Rossoneri’s last seven games have been decided by more than one goal.

Milan have dropped points at Verona and Benevento – Serie A’s bottom two – in their last seven away matches, and are worth a punt to do so again.

Borussia Dortmund not to beat Hamburg –

Peter Stoger has been unable to halt Dortmund’s disastrous home form since taking charge in December.

A 2-2 draw against Freiburg last time out made it just one win in 10 at the Westfalenstadion, a sequence which includes dropped points to beat bottom-half sides Wolfsburg and Werder Bremen.

Hamburg secured a good draw at RB Leipzig in their last away match, and a similar performance should ensure them at least a point on Saturday.

Bradford not to beat Bury –

Bury have taken seven points from three matches since appointing Ryan Lowe as manager, and Saturday’s game at Bradford is a fantastic opportunity to extend that run.

The Bantams sacked manager Stuart McCall this week after six consecutive defeats, and confidence must be low as their promotion hopes fade.

Unbeaten at Valley Parade last season, City’s home form has been the fifth-worst in the division this term.

Bury are a great price to take advantage.

Shrewsbury not to beat Plymouth –

Promotion-chasing Shrewsbury are a good bet to drop points at home to Plymouth on Saturday.

Plymouth are unbeaten in their last five away matches, only losing to League One leaders Wigan in their last 11 overall.

Second in the form table, Argyle can extend that run against a side that has drawn three of their last four home matches.


*Odds subject to change.