DIJON'S survival scrap of last season in Ligue 1 is a distant memory thanks to a storming run of home form.
Only superclubs PSG and Monaco have more home wins than Djon's tally of nine from 14 games and they're on a current streak of eight victories form nine on their own patch.
Tonight they entertain an Amiens side who had lost five away outings in a row – failing to score in four of them – before digging out a 1-0 win at Nantes on their last road trip.
I'm taking Dijon to continue their home hot streak at 43-50 with Marathonbet – and it's hard to ignore the hitman who's been the driving force of their revival. Julio Tavares has seven goals in his last eight games and has netted in six of the last eight at home where he's aiming to strike for a fifth successive game.
The Cape Verde striker – who also hits his side's penalties – is as short as 6-5 to net any time tonight so Betfair's 15-8 looks decent value as does their 5-1 for him to score first, a feat he's achieved in three of the last four at home.
In the Bundesliga, Hoffenheim will look to pile more misery on Wolfsburg who've mustered just one win in 11 and sit outside the drop zone on goal difference.
Hoffenheim had a good 2-0 win at Augsburg last week and need to kick on at home – where they've lost only two of 29 – to have a chance of Europe. The hosts are backable at 3-4 with BetStars.
Rounding things off it's Barcelona at 2-7 with Betway who can edge closer to the La Liga title with victory at rock-bottom Malaga.
- Hoffenheim (2.30pm)
- Dijon (7pm)
- Barcelona (7.45pm)
- (3-1, Marathonbet)