HISTORY beckons for Fabio Quagliarella this afternoon with the Sampdoria golden oldie on the brink of a remarkable Serie A scoring record.
The 35-year-old has scored in 10 successive league games and if he makes it 11 in a row he'll match the milestone set by Gabriel Batistuta for Fiorentina in 1994.
He'll fancy his chances against a Udinese side winless in half a dozen away games and who've failed to net in the last three. Quagliarella is 23-17 with 1888bet to grab his record-equalling goal and he's also on spot-kick duties, with penalties accounting for three of the last four goals conceded by Udinese.
Samp are just outside the European places with their sole defeat in eight coming at Juventus. At home they've racked up three straight wins and can make it four on the spin at 7-8 with Betway.
In Germany, Borussia Monchengladbach are having a storming season in third thanks to their perfect home form. It's eight wins from eight so far – 11 including the tail-end of last season – and they've scored 2+ each time.
Today's visitors Augsburg have gone nine games without victory, losing three of their last four away trips, and Gladbach are backable at 20-23 with Ladbrokes to win with over 1.5 match goals.
Completing the treble is the early La Liga kick-off with Sevilla 11-20 at bet365 to beat Levante. Sevilla have taken 19 points from the last 21 available at home and should be too strong for a side winless in five on the road.
- Sevilla (12pm)
- Borussia Monchengladbach & over 1.5 goals (2.30pm)
- Sampdoria (5pm)
- (41-10, Ladbrokes)
Any time scorer
- Quagliarella (Sampdoria)
- (23-17, 10bet)