THERE'S a derby in Bulgaria today as relegation-threatened Lokomotiv Sofia welcome rivals CSKA Sofia to the Georgi Asparuhov Stadium (4pm).
The hosts go into this clash occupying the final relegation place, two points behind Botev Vratsa – and with this clash their last of the season they must win in order to keep their top-tier status alive.
That makes this derby clash with their city rivals a huge game and boss Nikolay Mitov will be desperate for his players to engineer a turnaround of a run which has seen them win just one of their last five outings.
And just two victories from their last 10 league games on their own patch suggests the Asparuhov isn't quite the fortress it once was.
CSKA travel to face their rivals having finished third in the division – and are on a cracking run that has seen them unbeaten in 12 of their last 13 league outings.
And 11 goals smashed in their last five encounters – with just three conceded – shows just how dominant Milen Radukanov's side have been of late.
The visitors have are unbeaten in five of their last six meetings with their rivals, and although they have “nothing to play for” this afternoon they will not want to lose this derby clash.
Off to Norway now and Molde v Honefoss (3.30pm) as the champions look to kickstart their season with a win on their own patch.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have struggled this campaign and sit bottom of the Eliteserien table following just one win from their opening 11 outings.
The hosts have looked a little brighter of late, with three draws and a win from their last five, but I'm still not convinced they've turned a corner.
A 5-1 thrashing in their last home game against Haugesund will have knocked confidence down at the Aker Stadion but they are priced as massive favourites for this tie and that does their opponents a disservice.
Honefoss go into this clash sitting in 10th place in the table and eight unbeaten from their last nine shows clearly they will not make it easy for their hosts.
Leif Gunnar Smerud's side have kept two clean sheets on the bounce ahead of this one and that suggests it could be a frustrating afternoon for Molde on their own patch.
And eight unbeaten from their last 10 on the road indicates the Ringerike side are comfortable away from the AKA Arena.
I think this will be a close tie, but the odds of 7 for an away win are too good to miss
Singles and Double
CSKA Sofia @ 5.6
Honefoss @ 7