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Premier League, 5.30pm, live on Sky Sports
After a strong start to the season, Swansea have had a poor run of late and they'll want to get back to winning ways. Wilfried Bony has hit form of late, netting in Swansea's last two outings, will he be on target against as the Swans face Leicester? Back a first goalscorer, and if they get a second we will DOUBLE his odds. If he gets a hat-trick we will TREBLE them!
La Liga, 5.00pm, live on Sky Sports
Real Madrid take on Barcelona at the Bernabeu in one of the most anticipated games in World football. With Barca four points ahead of their rivals, Real will be desperate to pick up all three points. Messi and Neymar have formed a formidable partnership at Barca and in Madrid it has been the Ronaldo show. Who will you back to get the first goal? Get DOUBLE DELIGHT/HAT-TRICK HEAVEN!
Double Delight on ALL European Championship Cup Matches
Back a first tryscorer in ANY European Champions Cup match this weekend and if your player scores first and scores again, we'll DOUBLE his odds. Today's games are Bath v Toulouse, Northampton v Ospreys, Montpellier v Glasgow & Scarlets v Leicester!
As they welcome Schalke to the Bay Arena, Bayer Leverkusen will be desperate to make up for last weekend's performance in Stuttgart, in which they threw away a 3-0 lead. Schalke have been in good form since appointing Roberto Di Matteo and they have won three of their last four Bundesliga matches. Who will come out on top?
La Liga, 7.00pm, live on Sky Sports
Valencia will look to get back to winning ways as they welcome Elche to the Mestalla after suffering their first defeat of the campaign to Deportivo La Coruna last week. Against an Elche side who have won just once all season and on home soil where Valencia have been particularly prolific, will it be a case of how many?
Serie A, 7.45pm, live on BT Sport
After a dismal display in Europe midweek, Roma must put that out of their minds as they turn their attention back on the league. They head North to face Sampdoria, who have surprised many with their strong start and currently occupy third place, just three points behind their opponents. Who will come out on top as these two league rivals face off?
Eredivisie, 7:45pm, live on Sky Sports
Ajax have a 100% record against the Go Ahead Eagles and they'll be confident of keeping that as the two meet at the Amsterdam Arena. Draws in their last two league games have seen Ajax slip four points behind leaders PSV and they'll be desperate not to drop any more. This should be a comfortable win and could just be a case of damage limitation for the Eagles.
La Liga, 9.00pm, live on Sky Sports
Without a win and still bottom of the table, Cordoba host another side struggling near the foot of the table, Real Sociedad. Sociedad's only win came in August, and they picked up just one point from their last five matches. With both sides desperate for points, this could be a cagey affair, who are you backing?