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Young Boys (3.00pm)
Young Boys went toe-to-toe with one of the best Germany has to offer in midweek and came away with an excellent 4-3 win. It looked as though they had thrown away the opportunity to record a major scalp when Leverkusen came from 3-0 down to level, only for Theoson Siebatcheu to slam home a late winner.
It keeps things ticking along nicely for the runaway leaders of the Swiss Super League who hold a 16 point lead over nerest challengers Basel.
Visitors Servette won here in December – the only team to beat Young Boys – so revenge will be on the minds of the home side.
Fenerbahce are one of three team tied on 51 points at the top of the Turkish Süper Lig. They've suffered just one defeat in 11 – that to fellow title chasers Galatasaray (W9 D1 L1) so are in very good form going to Sunday's home match with Goztepe.
The visitors have won just one of their last seven away from home and have lost in their last four visits to the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium.
Man City (4.30pm)
There's no stopping the runaway train that is Manchester City at the moment and Arsenal don't look likely to be the team to stop them in their tracks.
The Gunners have lost seven successive league matches against City, failing to score in their last three at home and often come up short against the top teams in the Premier League.
City's run of wins now stands at 17 matches in all competitions, 12 of them in the league and even at 1/2 look good value.
Midtjylland's win on Friday saw them overtake Brondby as both sides continue to trade places at the top of the Danish Superliga. It's Brondy's turn to reclaim top spot with a home match against ninth placed Velje.
Velje have won just one of their last 10 in the league and scored just five goals in that run of games. There's nothing to suggest the Velje can get a result at Brondby who have lost just one their last nine (W7 D1 L1).
Man Utd (7.00pm)
Man Utd are still the best of the rest in the Premier League but there's a host of teams lining up behind them to pick up second place. Just five wins from 12 at Old Trafford means no home win is a foregone conclusion for the Red Devils but they should get the better of a Newcastle side that have lost five of the last six on the road.
A stunning 4-1 win at the Nou Camp in midweek had the whole of Europe talking, now it's back to Ligue 1 business for PSG as they host Moncao on Sunday night.
The French champions have yet to really hit top gear domestically but under Mauricio Pochettino the signs are ominous for their rivals.
Monaco travel to the capital in terrific form themselves. Their draw with Lorient last weekend was their first dropped points this since before Christmas. However they've been on the end of some hefty losses to PSG including a 1-4, two 0-4's and a 1-7 defeat in their last seven meetings, in fact they've averaged four cgoals conceded in those seven games.
Expect PSG to flex their muscles against Monaco once more.
- Young Boys (3.00pm)
- Fenerbahce (4.00pm)
- Man City (4.30pm)
- Brondby (5.00pm)
- Man Utd (7.00pm)
- PSG (8.00pm)
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