The FA Cup activity proceeds on Sunday and, with fixture from across Europe additionally occurring, the football schedule is full to the edge.
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Lazio vs Sassuolo – Lazio to win
Lazio have won each of their last four games in all competitions, while they laid down a marker in last weekend’s commanding victory over Roma. The hosts have seen off Roma, Fiorentina and Napoli in their last four home league games and that record should continue when they meet Sassuolo.
Only three sides have beaten Sassuolo more times in Serie A than Lazio. The visitors come into this one having suffered heavy losses to Juve and Atalanta in their last two trips. With Lazio now in great form and moving up the table, they are well priced to claim a victory on Sunday.
Parma vs Sampdoria – both teams to score
Parma are showing very little sign of being able to avoid relegation from Serie A this season but they should at least be able to bag a goal when Sampdoria come to town on Sunday.
Samp haven’t kept a clean sheet in Serie A since mid-October and have conceded in each of their last 14 competitive matches. They have, however, scored in 12 of these games and face a Parma side that have shipped 17 goals in their last seven matches.
Schalke vs Bayern Munich – Bayern Munich to win and both teams to score
Top meets bottom in the Bundesliga on Sunday when Bayern Munich travel to Gelsenkirchen to take on Schalke 04, and while the Bavarians are massive favourites to claim three points, a clean sheet might not be as easy to secure.
Bayern’s defensive standards have slipped this season and with lapses in concentration have been prevalent, especially on the road. The champions managed to keep just one clean sheet in nine attempts outside Munich since the beginning of the campaign.
Osasuna vs Granada – Granada to win
Granada beat Osasuna tidily enough in La Liga just two weeks ago and can complete the quickfire double by winning in Pamplona.
Granada have lost just three times in the last two months – two of which were against Real Madrid and Barcelona – and find themselves on the periphery of a top-six hunt.
Osasuna, in contrast, haven’t won in 13 in the league and are without key centre-back Aridane for a month through injury.
Brentford vs Leicester – Leicester to win
Brentford will surely have at least one eye on Wednesday’s huge Championship top-of-the-table clash at Swansea and their reserves are unlikely to be good enough to see off a much-changed Leicester.
The Foxes thrashed Stoke 4-0 in the previous round when Brendan Rodgers went much stronger than expected with the likes of Wilfred Ndidi, Harvey Barnes, Wesley Fofana and Youri Tielemans all in the starting team.
There is decent depth with Caglar Soyuncu, Ayoze Perez and Cengiz Under gagging for some minutes and Leicester can warm up nicely for Wednesday’s trip to Everton.