Hertha Berlin v Hoffenheim
Felix Magath takes charge of Bundesliga strugglers Hertha for the first time after a run of five straight defeats and nine games without victory saw Tayfun Korkut sacked.
The capital club have dropped into the relegation spots and are desperately hoping Magath's unconventional methods can spark a great escape.
He faces a tough start, though, with Hoffenheim winning four in a row before holding Bayern Munich 1-1 at home last weekend to leave them sixth but just a point off third.
There looks to be no quick fix to Hertha's problems and Hoffenheim are backable at 10-13 with SBK.
Inter v Fiorentina
Inter have gone from the hunted to the hunters after losing Serie A top spot to city rivals AC Milan.
Simone Inzaghi's men trail the leaders by four points but have a game in hand and need to quickly get over their form dip if they're to stay in the race.
Having won just once in the last six, they still boast the best home record in the division – 32 points from 14 games – and can claim a much-needed win over Fiorentina.
The visitors, currently eighth, have just two away wins – and six defeats – in 10 road trips.
Inter have scored 2+ in nine of their 10 San Siro wins and a home success and over 1.5 goals looks appealing at 8-11 with Ladbrokes.
Twente v Zwolle
High-flying Twente have a fourth straight Eredivisie win in their sights when bottom club Zwolle come to town.
Twente are sitting pretty in fourth, level on points with AZ who they beat away from home last weekend, and are unbeaten in seven on their own patch with four wins in the last five.
Zwolle have improved to the extent where they are just two points from safety, but Twente can keep the momentum rolling with victory at 7-10 (Ladbrokes).
- Hoffenheim (2.30pm)
- Inter Milan & over 1.5 goals (5pm)
- Twente (7pm)
- (4-1, Ladbrokes)