Napoli v Atalanta
Napoli are out to prove last week's loss to Lazio was just a blip and continue their charge towards the Serie A title.
Luciano Spalletti's men had won eight straight league games before the shock home defeat, but still have a healthy 15-point lead and look destined for glory.
They face an Atalanta side who have faltered badly in recent weeks, with just one win and three defeats in their last five.
The goals have dried up for normally free-scoring Atalanta as they've drawn a blank in back-to-back games and have dropped from a Champions League spot to sixth in the table.
Back Napoli for an immediate return to winning ways at 9-13 with SBK.
Eintracht Frankfurt v Stuttgart
Eintracht's Champions League bid needs a kickstart when struggling Stuttgart come calling.
The hosts have won just one of their previous four Bundesliga outings, but their home form remains strong with four straight victories.
They can make it five in a row by adding to Stuttgrt's relegation woes, with the visitors only outside the drop zone on goal difference having suffered five defeats in six.
An Eintracht win pays 13-15 at SBK.
Vitoria Guimaraes v Arouca
Guimaraes are in fine form – five wins in a six-game unbeaten run – and looking to tighten their grip on the final European place in Portugal's top flight.
On home soil they've won three on the spin, most recently seeing off high-flying Braga 2-1, so they have plenty of confidence for the visit of a European rival.
Arouca, who sit six points and two places adrift in seventh, have just one win in their last nine away trips, six of which were draws.
A tight affair beckons but home advantage can see Guimaraes edge it at 11-10 with William Hill.
- Eintracht Frankfurt (2.30pm)
- Napoli (5pm)
- Vitoria Guimaraes (6pm)
- (11-2, SBK)