Our football tips for Sunday come from Serie A, the Eredivisie, Ligue 1, La Liga and the Premier League.


Hellas Verona to beat Udinese (11:30)

Hellas Verona extended their unbeaten run to eight matches with a 2-1 victory over Juventus last Saturday.

That result followed back-to-back draws against in-form Lazio and AC Milan and leaves Verona sixth in Serie A.

Udinese have lost four and drawn one of their last five matches in all competitions.

Feyenoord to beat PEC Zwolle & BTTS (15:45)

No side in the Eredivisie have taken more points (26) than Feyenoord over the last 10 matches.

They come into this match on the back of a five-game winning streak, with BTTS landing in four of their last five on the road.

PEC Zwolle have won three in 12, but have only twice failed to score in 10 home games this season.

Brest to beat Saint Etienne (16:00)

Saint Etienne are second-bottom of the eight-game form table, having lost seven and won once in that period.

That run includes five straight away defeats and seen them slide to within four points of the relegation zone.

Brest have won three of their last five home games in all competitions, while their only defeat all season at the Stade Francis-Le Ble came in November against PSG.


Sevilla not to beat Espanyol (11:00)

Sevilla have dropped points in three of their last four home league games, including in a 1-1 draw with 14th-placed Alaves last time out.

Julen Lopetegui’s side are without a win in three overall, being outplayed on the xG count in last week’s defeat at 17th-placed Celta Vigo.

January signing Raul de Tomas has scored in all of his first five appearances for Espanyol, who have only lost two of their last seven games.


Leganes v Real Betis (13:00)

Betis are the most reliable BTTS side in La Liga, with goals at both ends in 18 of their 23 matches so far.

They lost their last league game 3-2 to Barcelona and have now scored in 10 of their last 11 matches, keeping just one clean sheet over the same period.

Leganes lost 2-0 at Levante last time out but have scored in eight of their last nine La Liga games at home.

Aston Villa v Tottenham (14:00)

Spurs won 3-1 when these sides met in north London on the opening day of the season and another high-scoring game is likely on Sunday.

Villa’s last eight matches have all seen goals at both ends and they’ve scored in 11 of their 12 home league games this season.

Spurs beat Southampton 3-2 last time out, meaning they’ve now scored eight goals in their last four matches and have only kept two clean sheets in their last 14.

Sassuolo v Parma (14:00)

Sassuolo’s last 10 matches in all competitions have all seen goals at both ends, including a 4-2 win over Roma in their last game at Mapei Stadium.

Parma are coming off a 1-0 defeat at home to Lazio but they can be relied upon on the road, having scored in seven of their last eight games on their travels.

Roberto D’Aversa’s side scored at Inter, Napoli and Juventus during that run so they should have no trouble penetrating a defence that has conceded 38 goals in 23 Serie A matches.


Francesco Caputo (Sassuolo) to score v Parma (14:00)

Caputo has scored 11 goals in his last 22 appearances, including three in his last two.

Seven of the striker’s goals have come at home, while he ranks in the top 20 for xG and shots in the penalty area per game in Serie A so far this season.

Parma have conceded at least twice in six of their last 10 away games, including in all of their last three.

Alexander Isak (Real Sociedad) to score v Eibar (15:00)

Isak has scored in all of his last six matches, bagging two braces on that run.

Ten of his 16 goals for club and country this season have come away from home, including two at Real Madrid in the Copa del Rey last week.

Eibar have conceded at least two goals in five of their 11 home games this season, and rank fifth-bottom for xG against at home.

Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli) to score v Cagliari (17:00)

Milik has scored 13 goals in 20 appearances this season, including one in both of his last two starts.

The 25-year-old ranks third for shots per away game and seventh for overall xG in Serie A this season.

Cagliari have conceded at least twice in six of their last seven home games, including in all of their last three.

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