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This Sunday sees big games across Europe’s top leagues, and the Coral News Team are back with five more tips on the action.
Here are the fine fivesome who’ve made the cut this time around…
Both BVB and Sunday’s visitors Eintracht Frankfurt are tussling for a top-four finish, but recent results suggest the momentum is with Peter Stoger’s men.
Frankfurt have lost their last two away games without scoring – including a 3-0 loss at mid-table FC Augsburg. Dortmund have picked up 11 points from their last five league matches, and have Marco Reus in terrific form.
When it comes to games against Heerenveen, Ajax tend to find things a breeze. The Amsterdam outfit have won each of the last eight meetings, and haven’t lost to De Superfriezen in 17 clashes.
Ajax have been near-unstoppable at home this season. They’ve won seven and drawn one of their last eight league games at Amsterdam ArenA. As for Heerenveen, they’ve managed just three points from their last six on the road.
I Blucerchiati are currently tussling for the European spots, and currently sit in sixth place as they head to relegation-threatened Crotone on Sunday.
The hosts have lost 10 of their last 15 Serie A games, and go into this game following back-to-back losses to fellow strugglers Benevento and SPAL. Sampdoria also thumped Crotone 5-0 in the reverse fixture, back in October.
Having knocked Tottenham Hotspur out of the Champions League in midweek, Juve return to their relentless pursuit of the Serie A title on Sunday.
Max Allegri’s men have won 10 league games on the spin, and have conceded just one goal in their last 13. They’re likely to build on both of those records against a Udinese side who’ve lost each of their last three games, scoring a single goal.
Today’s tips finish off with a big game in the Danish Superliga. AaB are unbeaten in their last four, and should make that five when they face lowly Randers.
The visitors have taken just three points from their last eight matches, and are the division’s second-lowest scorers. All signs seem to point to an AaB win.
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