Willem II to beat PEC Zwolle (13:30)

Willem II beat AZ 3-1 last weekend, meaning they’ve now won five of their last seven Eredivisie matches and are unbeaten in seven.

Adrie Koster’s side have climbed to third in the table and now face PEC Zwolle, who are fourth bottom and have lost eight of their 10 away games to date.

The visitors have taken just three points from their last seven away trips, having lost 4-1 to PSV last time out.

Nantes to beat Bordeaux (16:00)

Nantes beat St-Etienne 2-0 in their last Eredivisie match and have now won four and lost two of their last six league games, with one of those defeats coming at PSG.

Christian Gourcuff’s side should comfortably see off Bordeaux, who have lost six of their last seven matches in all competitions, with their only victory during that run coming against Ligue 2 side Le Mans in the Coupe de France.

The visitors are winless in seven on their travels and were knocked out of the cup by minnows Pau in their last away trip.

Liverpool to beat Shrewsbury to nil (17:00)

Liverpool had kept seven successive clean sheets before their 2-1 win over Wolves in midweek and the Reds should start a new streak against Shrewsbury.

The League One side have won just one of their last seven matches in all competitions and are hardly a potent attacking team, having scored one goal or fewer in seven of their last eight games.

Aside from a 5-0 League Cup defeat to Aston Villa in which Jurgen Klopp fielded a team of youngsters, Liverpool have won their last four away games by an aggregate score of 10-0.


Inter Milan v Cagliari (11:30)

Inter have scored 41 goals in 20 Serie A games this season and have found the net in seven successive matches in all competitions.

They’ve also kept just one clean sheet during that run, and conceded at home to Cagliari in the Coppa Italia just a fortnight ago.

Cagliari have scored in 20 of their last 22 matches, with Juventus and AC Milan the only sides to keep them out during that run.

Celta Vigo v Eibar (13:00)

BTTS has landed in seven of Celta Vigo’s last eight La Liga matches, a run that includes a 3-2 defeat to Leganes and a 2-2 draw with Mallorca.

The Galician side have scored in five consecutive games and now face an Eibar defence that have conceded in five of their last six away trips.

Eibar put two past Atletico Madrid in their last match and have now scored five goals across their last three league matches.

Napoli v Juventus (19:45)

Juventus have scored in 26 consecutive games in all competitions and will surely get on the scoresheet against Napoli, who have conceded in five of their last seven games.

The hosts are also worth backing to find the net, having done so in 10 of their last 12 matches at home.

Juventus have conceded in their last two matches against Parma and Roma, and have only kept two clean sheets in their last eight games.


Getafe not to beat Real Betis (15:00)

Getafe have lost three of their last four matches in all competitions, including a 2-0 Copa del Rey defeat to Segunda B side Badalona and a 3-0 thrashing at home to Real Madrid.

They now face a tricky test in Betis, who are coming off a 3-0 win over Real Sociedad.

Rubi’s side have avoided defeat in six of their last seven league games, with Atletico Madrid the only side to take all three points against them during that run.


Joao Pedro (Cagliari) to score v Inter Milan (11:30)

Joao Pedro is Serie A’s fourth-highest scorer this season, with only Ciro Immobile, Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku having netted more than his 13 goals to date.

The Cagliari forward scored twice against Brescia last Sunday and has now bagged 10 goals in his last 11 starts in all competitions.

He netted against Inter earlier in the season and can again trouble a defence that has been shaky of late.

Ludovic Blas (Nantes) to score v Bordeaux (16:00)

After scoring just one goal last season, Blas has emerged as a real threat this term.

The 22-year-old has scored seven goals so far, all of which have come in his last 11 appearances.

Blas has scored in back-to-back matches against Angers and St-Etienne, and can keep his streak going against a Bordeaux side that lost 3-2 to third-tier side Pau last time out.

Neymar (PSG) to score v Lille (20:00)

Neymar has scored nine goals in his last nine matches and should keep that run going this weekend.

Lille drew 2-2 with Lyon last time out in the Coupe de la Ligue and have conceded six goals across their last two Ligue 1 games.

Though he has been outscored by team-mate Kylian Mbappe this season, the Neymar ranks first in both shots per game and xG in Ligue 1 this season, so he should have plenty of opportunities to find the net on Sunday.


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