SEVILLA are out to spoil the debut of new Celta Vigo boss Eduardo Coudet in Saturday's La Liga meeting in Andalucia.
While Sevilla have impressed in the Champions League this season, they have made a slow start on the domestic front and currently sit 12th.
However, a 1-0 victory before the international break gave Julen Lopetegui's men a first win in five La Liga matches and they can kick on against a side hovering just a point above the bottom three.
Celta are winless in seven – including four defeats – and are relying on Coudet sparking a revival despite the Argentine never having managed in Europe before.
Sevilla have won five of their last six home fixtures in the league – all of which have featured fewer than three goals – and I'm on the hosts and under 4.5 at 10-11 with Ladbrokes.
In Germany, Borussia Monchengladbach can return to winning ways at home to Augsburg at 1-2 with BetVictor.
Marco Rose's men lost a seven-goal thriller at Leverkusen lost time out to end their five-match unbeaten run but can overcome an Augsburg side with three defeats in their last four.
And Belgian league leaders Club Brugge should prove too strong for visitors Kortrijk. Brugge have won the last eight meetings on their own patch and nine in a row plus over 1.5 goals pays 4-9 at Betway.
- Monchengladbach (2.30pm)
- Sevilla win & under 4.5 goals (5.30pm)
- Brugge win & over 1.5 goals (7.45pm)
- (7-2, Ladbrokes)