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Southampton v Burnley (Saturday 12:30)
Saturday's early kick-off in the Premier League comes from St Mary's as Southampton entertain Burnley.
Both clubs are locked on 31 points and both look well on course to avoid being dragged into the dreaded battle to beat the drop,
After suffering a record-breaking 9-0 loss at home to Leicester earlier in the season, Southampton looked destined to be involved in the relegation scrap, however, the south coast side have shown admirable powers of recovery under the stewardship of Ralph Hasenhuttl.
In fact, a win for either of these respective teams this weekend would catapult them into contention for a Europa League spot and I fancy the Saints to continue their march up the table
Indeed, Burnley have recently defeated Leicester and Man United, before drawing with Arsenal, however, Hassenhuttl's side have been red-hot in recent months and I like the look of backing over 1.50 Southampton goals on the asian goal line at a nicely priced 1.930 with Crown via VOdds.
The Saints possess one of the deadliest strikers in the division in the shape of Danny Ings and having hit the back of the net twice in recent tussles with Wolves and Tottenham, two or more Saints goals on Saturday takes appeal.
Amiens v Paris Saint Germain (Saturday 16:30)
Paris Saint Germain can continue their march towards yet another French title on Saturday afternoon when they travel to relegation-threatened Amiens.
Thomas Tuchel's star-studded side have raced into a 12 point lead at the top of Ligue 1 to all but secure another league crown and that advantage should remain intact this weekend.
The free-scoring Parisians possess one of the most formidable front-lines in world football and their attacking prowess was evident last weekend when hitting Lyon for four.
The capital clubs irresistible form does not bode well for an out of sorts Amiens outfit who are languishing in the bottom-three of Ligue 1 and winless since November.
Luka Elsner's strugglers fell to a 2-1 defeat in their own manor last weekend when hosting Monaco and given Amines wretched run of form, coupled with PGS's wealth of attacking talent, I'm going to back the French champions to overcome a -1.25 handicap at odds of 1.820 with Crown via VOdds – a bet that will only see you completely out of pocket should PSG fail to win the game.
Juventus v Brescia (Sunday 14:00)
The Serie A title race is the closest it has been in a decade and reigning champions Juventus will be desperate to get back to winning ways on Sunday when playing host to Brescia.
The Old Lady suffered a shock 2-1 defeat away at Verona last Saturday and Inter Milan capitalized 24 hours later when staging a sensational Milan derby comeback to reclaim top spot.
With Inter set to lock horns with Lazio this weekend, something will have to give between the two sides who occupy first and third place respectively, and I fully expect second-placed Juventus to take advantage in Turin.
Maurizio Sarri's men will be smarting after surrendering their place at the summit and lowly Brescia could feel the wrath of a bruised Juventus side on Sunday afternoon.
What's more, Cristiano Ronaldo has racked up 15 goals in his last 10 Serie A outings and the Portuguese superstar will be confident of adding to that tally against confidence-stricken Brescia.
Le Rondinelle lie 19th in Serie A and are without a win in their last eight league outings and I'm going to back Juventus to overcome a -1.75 handicap at odds of 1.710 with Crown via VOdds – taking this approach would generate profit if the hosts win the game by two or more goals.