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AZ Alkmaar (1.30pm)
Emmen looked doomed at the bottom of Eredivisie, without a win in their 20 games so far and just six points on the board. They've failed to score in their last three and scored just once in the last five editions of this fixture.
AZ come in to the game off the back of just one win in four, a 3-2 victory over Feyenoord, sandwiched in between two defeats and Ajax and 1-0 defeat at the hands of Utrecht but they're unbeaten on their travels averaging 2.6 goals per game.
A year ago Atalanta hit seven without reply against Saturday's opponents Torino but the Gian Piero Gasperini have failed to replicate the kind of goalscoring form that saw them finish third in Serie A last season. Last season they averaged 2.6 goals per game last season compared to a mere 2.25 this time around.
They should be good enough at the Gewiss Stadium to against a Torino side who are just three points off the bottom and could only manage a 1-1 at home to Fiorentina last time out despite La Viola being reduced to nine men.
PSV found themselves 3-0 down inside 40 minutes last weekend at Feyenoord, eventually succumbing 3-1 to fall seven points behind Ajax at the top of the table so Roger Schmidt's side can ill-afford any more dropped points.
Eight wins and one defeat is an impressive record on their own turf but they'll need to work hard to put FC Twente away despite the fact they visit the Philips Stadium without a win in their last five (D3 L2). The visitors have take a point in 4 of the last six meetings between the two sides so have proven tricky customers for PSV in recent seasons.
PSV could be bouyed by the return of World Cup winner Mario Götze who has been out with a muscle injury.
Borussia Monchengladbach (5.30pm)
Monchengladbach have been in fine form in Bundesliga, winning four and drawing two of their last six, including victories over Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich at Borussia-Park where they've lost just once in the league this season.
Visitors Koln have picked up two wins in their last four outings; half of their total wins for the season so by their standards are in a bit of form. But they're still too close to the relegation zone for comfort and have lost this fixture in five of the last six meetings.
While Atletico are seemingly running away with La Liga there's a three-way battle for second place and Sevilla are right in the mix. Their only two defeats in their last 12 have been at the hands of Atleti and Real Madrid and they're just a point behind the latter and Barcelona.
Visitors Getafe may have taken seven points from their last four games but all of those were won against the bottom three teams in La Liga. A trip to the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium represent a significant step up in class.
- AZ Alkmaar
- Borussia Monchengladbach
- Five-fold pays 6.28/1 at Bet365