GONZALO HIGUAIN can expect pelters from the away fans tonight when he faces former club Napoli for the first time since his acrimonious summer switch to Juventus.
The £80million hitman will lead the Juve attack against the Naples outfit who are without a recognised striker for the daunting visit to Turin, with Arkadiusz Milik injured long term and Manolo Gabbiadiani suspended.
Napoli have bounced back from a three-game Serie A losing streak by racking up back-to-back wins but their record at Juve is poor – they’ve lost the last five league visits – and Max Allegri’s table-toppers can extend that sequence by taking the points at 17-20 with William Hill.
In France, Toulouse have a 100 per cent home record and have already claimed the scalps of PSG and Monaco. Today they welcome a struggling Lyon side winless on the road and with manager Bruno Genesio under increasing pressure.
Toulouse look big at 2-1 but I’m happy to take them draw no bet at evens with Paddy Power.
Competing the treble is Barcelona minus two goals at 4-9 with Stan James against La Liga bottom club Granada, who are winless and have the leakiest defence in the division.
First stop in my search for goals is a 10-11 shot in Serie A where Bologna – four of their last five games have seen both teams score – host Fiorentina whose four away matches have all had goals at both ends.
In Austria, btts has landed in all but one of St Polten’s 12 top-flight outings and all six of Altach’s away trips so the 10-13 at 10bet for both to score looks decent.
Completing the treble is two Belgian teams also with plenty of goals in recent games – Eupen and Lokeren – which pays 11-17 at bwin.
Toulouse draw no bet (4pm)
Barcelona -2 (7.45pm)
(4-1, Paddy Power)
Euro Both to Score Treble
Bologna v Fiorentina (5pm)
St Polten v Altach (5.30pm)
Eupen v Lokeren (7pm)