Belenenses v Benfica
Benfica's incredible winning run on the road in the Portuguese top flight ended last month but they can bounce back immediately.
After 12 straight away wins the Lisbon giants drew 1-1 at Estoril and will be determined to ensure there are no such slip-ups when they visit Belenenses.
The hosts are just two points off the bottom and scrapping for survival, having taken just eight points from 33 this season.
They will battle for their lives to make life difficult for Benfica, but a narrow defeat looks their best hope and an away win and under 4.5 goals at 11-20 with Ladbrokes is the call.
Cercle Brugge v Mechelen
Belgian title chasers Mechelen should make the quality gap count when they travel to face lowly Cercle.
The visitors sit fourth, just a point off second place, and their run of six wins in eight includes a super stretch of three straight away victories.
They can make it four in a row by extending Cercle's winless league streak to nine matches, and the 21-20 at William Hill for Mechelen in the draw no bet market stands out.
Nice v Metz
It's already a one-horse title race in Ligue 1 with PSG romping clear, but Nice are currently best of the rest and eyeing three points against the bottom-place visitors.
With Christopher Galtier in charge after moving from champions Lille, Nice have made an impressive start and aim to follow up last week's 2-1 win at Clermont.
On home soil, they've not won in two, but can put that record right against a Metz side who have just one victory to their name all season and sit three points adrift at the bottom.
Back Nice at 1-2 with Novibet.
- Benfica win & under 4.5 goals (8.30pm)
- Mechelen draw no bet (5.30pm)
- Nice (8pm)
- (7-2, Ladbrokes)