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Celta Vigo (1.00pm)
Celta Vigo have a good home record in La Liga with six wins from 11. Their four defeats at Estadio de Balaídos have all come against sides in the top six. Visitors Valladolid haven’t won in seven.
Two injury-time goals for Valencia cost Celta Vigo a point last time out despite playing the last half-hour with 10 men follwing ‘keeper Ruben Blanco’s red card but prior to that they were unbeaten in four including a 2-2 draw with Atletico.
In Belgium Beershot look a tad overpriced at 13/10 to win at home to second bottom Mouscron. They should be high in confidence after a 2-1 win at 3rd place Genk, their third win in their last six games.
The visitors have won just three away from home, two of those against teams immediately above them in 15th and 16th in the table.
Young Boys (3.00pm)
A 6-3 aggregate win over Bayer Leverkusen should have Young Boys buzzing ahead of their trip to Luzern this afternoon. The Swiss league leaders are 18 points clear, with a game in hand, and sweeping all before them. The only concern is that at some point complacency will set in.
They’re now unbeaten in 11 (W9 D2) in the Swiss Super League and have good record against today’s opponents, winning six of the last nine meetings.
It could be a significant day in Eredivisie as PSV and Ajax meet at De Kuip but it’s also 3rd v 5th in Alkmaar where Feyenoord are the visitors. Dick Advocaat’s side have been far from convincing recently. They’ve only won four games in the league this year (W4 D2 L4) and crashed out the cup to Heerenveen. AZ were one of the teams to beat them in January, winning 3-2 in Rotterdam.
AZ have been in better form, winning their last three although all those were games you’d expect them to win but as well as Feyenoord they’ve already beaten PSV (2nd) and Vitesse (4th).