TOILING Toulouse are on to their third manager of the season amid a horror run that has them flailing seven points adrift at the bottom of Ligue 1.
Of their last 14 games in league and cup, they have lost 13 and drawn one and their prospects of coming away from Marseille on Saturday with anything other than defeat don't look good.
Andre Villas-Boas' hosts are sitting pretty in second, unbeaten in 15 games in all competitions and particularly strong at home where they have won seven of the last eight.
Toulouse's shocking form is compounded by their paltry scoring record – they have drawn a blank in four successive away games and four of the last six.
Marseille can shut them out again and the hosts to win to nil at 11-10 with BetVictor is an appealing bet.
In Serie A, leaders Juventus face a tricky trip to a Hellas Verona side who took their unbeaten run to seven games by holding Lazio to a goalless draw in Rome in midweek.
Still, aside from a shock 2-1 defeat at Napoli, Maurizio Sarri's Juve have been pretty relentess lately, winning six of their last seven to open up a three-point gap over Inter at the top.
They've been helped by Cristiano Ronaldo's goal flurry – the Portugal striker has netted in nine successive league matches – and can eke out victory here at 1-2 with bet365.
Complete the treble in Portugal, where Braga continue their revival since Ricardo Sa Pinto's arrival in manager late last year.
Under Sa Pinto, Braga have won all seven fixtures, including home victories over Porto and Sporting (twice).
Tonight they host a Gil Vicente outfit who've shipped seven goals in back-to-back defeats – I'm on Braga and over 1.5 goals at 8-13 with Betway.
- Marseille win to nil (4.30pm)
- Braga win & over 1.5 goals (6pm)
- Juventus (7.45pm)
- (4.2-1, Coral)