HEERENVEEN have provided plenty of entertainment in the Eredivisie this season with their 56 goals scored bettered only by top two PSV and Ajax.
Jan Olde Riekerink's men are in the hunt for a Europa League play-off spot thanks to a six-game unbeaten run that has them gunning for a fourth straight win today.
Home form has been a weak spot with only two wins in 12 and no clean sheets. But they can take the points at home to second-bottom De Graafschap who've picked up just five points from a possible 36 on the road, averaging almost three goals conceded per away game.
Heerenveen have won five of the past six meetings and are backable at evens with Boylesports to triumph with over 2.5 match goals.
In La Liga, Zinedine Zidane makes his return as Real Madrid manager when struggling Celta Vigo visit the Bernabeu.
Celta are in a sorry state, stuck in the relegation zone with four points from the last 33 and badly missing key striker Iago Aspas in their current three-match run without a goal.
Real will be revived for the run-in by the feelgood factor of ZZ's return and are 4-7 at Sportingbet to cover the -1 handicap.
Complete the treble in Serie A where Torino have won five on the spin at home without conceding. Tonight they welcome their former manager Sinisa Mihajlovic who is battling the drop with Bologna.
Torino should win this but Bologna have shown improvement in recent weeks, winning at Inter, losing narrowly at Roma and beating Cagliari at home. The hosts draw no bet offers a safety net at 2-5 with Ladbrokes.
- Real Madrid -1 (3.15pm)
- Heerenveen win & over 2.5 goals (5.30pm)
- Torino draw no bet (7.30pm)
- (17-5, Ladbrokes)