Our resident Euro football expert, Paul Watson give us his top treble for this weekend's action across Europe.

Osasuna v Mallorca

Osasuna shocked Real Madrid last week with a 1-0 win, only the second team to beat Jose Mourinho's side this season, and they'll be out to build on it against Mallorca today.

I reckon they'll do it РMichael Laudrup's Mallorca are on a three game losing streak in which they've conceded eight goals and scored none.  Go with Osasuna (evens at bet365).

Real Zaragoza v Racing Santander

Real Zaragoza on the other hand, head into their clash with Racing Santander on the back of a three-game winning streak.

They suffered a poor start to the season and looked well out of shape but have been revitalised under Javier Aguirre and have taken maximum points in the last five. However, the Aragonese outfit are still just four points clear of the drop zone.

Racing head into the clash one point worse off than Zaragoza and they've struggled for goals all season. One man who could help that is on-loan Tottenham, and former Barcelona, kid Giovani Dos Santos.

There's little to choose between the sides on this one but I have a feeling Zaragoza will just edge it (evens at William Hill).

Udinese v Sampdoria

Sampdoria lost nutcase-cum-goalmachine Antonio Cassano to AC Milan. Then they lost to scorer Giampaolo Pazzini to Juventus. Udinese are red hot, beating Inter and Juventus, and haven't lost at home since September. Samp haven't won away since November.

I'd be absolutely baffled if this is anything other than an Udinese win (4-6, William Hill).

The treble pays out at 7-1 at Hills.


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