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Saturday Night Fiver: 5 picks from Saturday evening’s fixtures

15 Dec | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Saturday Night Fiver: 5 picks from Saturday evening’s fixtures

Fund your big night out with these picks from the Premier League, Championship, Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1.

Napoli to beat Torino (17:00) – {ODDS:217380191:7/10} 

Napoli are going through a little wobble with no victories in three, but should get back to winning ways on Saturday evening.

They are still second in the table have Serie A’s best away record, having dropped just two points in eight games so far.

Torino were held by poor travellers Atalanta last time out at home, and also failed to beat mid-table Chievo last month.

Valencia to beat Eibar (17:30) – {ODDS:217284924:6/4} 

Valencia bounced back from defeat to Getafe by beating Celta Vigo last weekend.

That was their 11th victory in 13 matches in all competitions and kept them within five points of league leaders Barcelona.

Despite winning three of their last five, Eibar are still yet to pick up a point from any top six side after three attempts.

Manchester City to beat Tottenham (17:30) – {ODDS:219295072:4/7} 

Someone will eventually stop City’s winning run, but it won’t be Spurs this weekend.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side have been poor on their travels recently, with a 2-1 win over Dortmund their only victory in their last six away games.

They’ve been beaten by Arsenal and Manchester United away from home this season and should lose to another of their top six rivals on Saturday night.

Cardiff to beat Hull (17:30) – {ODDS:219278464:8/11} 

Unbeaten at home this season, Cardiff are good value for another win on their own turf on Saturday.

The Bluebirds’ 2-2 draw away at Reading last time out ended a four-game winning streak, and they should beat a Hull side who have won just one game away from home all season.

Montpellier to beat Metz (19:00) – {ODDS:219274395:9/20}

Montpellier hammered second-placed Lyon 4-1 in the Coupe de la Ligue in midweek and extended their unbeaten run to seven matches.

They have also lost just once in 14 and are up to seventh in Ligue 1.

Metz are 10 points adrift at the bottom of the table and have lost six of an eight-game winless run.