AFTER a successful Saturday with two 7-2 winners I'm hoping for more of the same on Sunday and first stop is the Swiss league.
Champs Basel, going for their ninth straight title, were held at home after shipping a late equaliser to Lugano last week to sit a point off the top five games in.
This afternoon they travel to a happy hunting ground in Sion where they've won their last nine league visits. Sion are on a three-game winless run in the league, losing two and scoring just once, and I like Basel at 4-5 with William Hill to deepen their misery.
In Serie A, Napoli have started the season in style and can avenge last season's two defeats to Atalanta with a home victory at 4-9 with Sportingbet.
And French title holders Monaco's freshness can help them get the better of a Marseille side whose Thursday night Europa League exertions could catch up with them. Monaco have started Ligue 1 with three wins on the spin and are 13-20 at BetVictor.
On the goals front, check out the battle of the top two in Austria. All five of Sturm Graz's games have seen them win and concede while second-placed Salzburg have been breached in three of five.
Liverpool and Arsenal needs little explaining – two teams who love to attack and can't defend – and in Italy, four of Sampdoria's last five trips to Fiorentina have brought up btts. Same again has a fair chance with Fiorentina weaker than last season following the sale of several key men.
- Basel (3pm)
- Monaco (8pm)
- Napoli (7.45pm)
- (3-1, William Hill)
- Sturm Graz v Salzburg (3.30pm)
- Liverpool v Arsenal (4pm)
- Fiorentina v Sampdoria (7.45pm)
- (10-3, William Hill)