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Premier League, Sunday 1.30pm, live on Sky Sports
Hull started the season with a win but will have to pick themselves up after a loss to Lokeren midweek, they take on a Stoke team who failed to score last weekend. Bojan looked like a player who could fire Stoke up the league in pre-season, can he find the same form in the league?
Premier League, Sunday 4.00pm, live on Sky Sports
A shock loss at Swansea last week will have woken Man Utd up and you'd have to think that van Gaal will have his boys fired up for this one. Back a first goalscorer and if he scores first and gets a second we'll DOUBLE his odds, if he gets a third goal, we'll TREBLE them!
Bundesliga 2, Sunday 12.30pm, live on BT Sport
The 90s will seem like a lifetime ago to Kaiserslautern fans, twice champions and often pushing for a top six finish, they've had to endure more time than they'd like in the Bundesliga 2. Braunschweig came down from the top tier after last season, who's your money on? Bet now.
Ligue 1, Sunday 1.00pm, live on BT Sport
Lyon will be hoping to secure Champions League football this season and in Alexandre Lacazette, they have a player who can get them there. He notched 15 goals last season and has already netted in both games this season, will he reward first goalscorer backers against Lens?
Bundesliga, Sunday 2.30pm, live on BT Sport
Mainz performed beyond all expectations last year, eventually finishing in the final qualification spot for the Europa League. Shinji Okazaki will be a key player again for them this season and he's the one Paderborn will have to watch on Sunday. Bet on a wide range of markets!
Eredivisie, Sunday 3.45pm, live on Sky Sports
Ajax and PSV have one of the biggest rivalries in World football with both teams trying to claim they're the Dutch kings. Ajax have had the best of it in recent times, winning the last four Eredivisie titles, can they make it five-straight? Don't forget you can bet in-play when the action starts!
Ligue 1, Sunday 4.00pm, live on BT Sport
St Etienne are two from two so far in Ligue 1 after convincing wins against Reims and Guingamp and they'll be confident of picking up another three points when they host Rennes. Rennes kicked off the season with an emphatic 6-2 win before falling to Lyon...can they get back on track?
Bundesliga, Sunday 4.30pm, live on Sky Sports
Borussia Moenchengladback showed what they were capable of last season and that culminated in qualification for the Europa League and with Kruse and Raffael up front, they should trouble most Bundesliga defenses once again. Stuttgart can only improve on last season's effort, who are you backing?
La Liga, Sunday 6.00pm, live on Sky Sports
Eibar are the Segunda Division champions but they'll just be praying they can do enough to stay in La Liga this season. They host Real Sociedad in their opening game, but with Antoine Griezmann now off the books, could Eibar snatch a point? Don't forget you can bet in-play when the action starts!
Primeira Liga, Sunday 7.30pm, live on BT Sport
The Primeira Liga was a cakewalk for Benfica last season and they've hardly been handed the toughest of starts. Newly promoted Boavista look like they'll be first to taste defeat against Jorge Jesus' men so it may be worth looking for some value in the correct score market - bet now!
La Liga, Sunday 8.00pm, live on Sky Sports
Barcelona kick off their season with a home fixture against an Elche side who finished just a point clear of the drop last season. La Blaugrana were disappointed to finish 2nd to Atleti and having strengthened in the Summer, the Catalan giants will want to make a strong statement with a big performance.