THERE are no English or Scottish games tonight ahead of a busy card on Tuesday and Wednesday – so the focus is on two Serie A encounters and one in Spain.
Firstly we have Cagliari v Napoli kicking off at 6pm followed by Parma v Inter Milan two hours later.
Fans of Napoli take note: There is no Edinson Cavani. The striker who is always well followed on this site and who netted Napoli's injury-time winner in Stockholm in midweek, is suspended.
That could make it a tougher task for the visitors who have drawn their last two to slip five points off the pace but I was interested to read Napoli have lost just one of the last eight league games sat out by Cavani.
Cagliari have lost just one in five and beaten once in their last five home clashes with the Naples men.
If Cavani was playing I'd take Napoli to edge it but as he's not this could be a draw (23-10, BetVictor). Both teams have netted in Napoli's last five an a repeat pays 10-11 at Coral although Cagliari haven't been prolific at home with just seven goals.
Inter's run of victories came to an end with defeat at Atalanta and they followed up with a draw at home to Cagliari. They'll be looking to get back on track but have a handful of players injured and Walter Gargano banned. Also coach Andrea Stramaccioni will be sitting in the stand so it could be a tough 90 minutes away to a Parma side they've won at just three times in 20 years.
I hate sitting on the fence but this could be another draw (23-10, BetVictor) for Inter against a side unbeaten at home this season with three wins and three draws. For anyone interested Inter a biggest 8-5 at BetVictor and William Hill.
In La Liga, Zaragoza are a best 23-20 with Ladbrokes to edge out Celta Vigo. Zaragoza have won four of their last six – the only defeats being to Barcelona and Real Madrid so no shame there.
Celta have lost six out of six away from home and find themselves at the wrong end of the table after a run of six games without a win.
Insigne to score
Parma v Inter draw