It's another packed weekend of football across the continent and we have it covered here on Betting.Betfair - get a summary of the best football bets from our experts here...
Kevin Hatchard: "Borussia Dortmund beat Augsburg 5-1 and 5-3 last season, and Augsburg are more attack-minded these days under coach Heiko Herrlich."
Jake Osgathorpe continues his new column for Betting.Betfair with same game multi tips for the pick of this weekend's matches. To find out more about same game multis, listen to this week's Football... Only Bettor podcast.
Jake says: "I continue to be impressed by Brighton and Graham Potter, and I believe that they are one of the best coached teams in the Premier League. The Seagulls will give United a game here, and I can see them netting.."
Manchester United were unexpected losers in their opening game last weekend. On Saturday, however, few will be shocked if they're beaten by Brighton, including our tipster James Pacheco.
He says: "Considering how undercooked the Red Devils looked last weekend, an organised Brighton side with a decent record against them may give United plenty to think about."
Lay Man Utd @ 1.83
Back a Penalty to be taken @ 9/5
There may be more glamorous match-ups in the Premier League this weekend but Palace and Everton have both made 100% starts, so read Andrew Atherley's in-depth preview of this Saturday afternoon 3pm kick-off.
He says: "The stats say Ancelotti's side will have a high chance of success if they can breach the back line and keeping them out will be difficult."
Back Everton off -1 on the Asian handicap at 9/43.25
Who will be this weekend's winners and losers in Serie A? Using Expected Goals (xG) data from Infogol, Tom Victor provides result and scoreline predictions as Lazio and Inter get going.
He says: "Lazio have Champions League football to look forward to after last season's fourth-place finish, but before that they have the start of the domestic season to reckon with."
Cagliari v Lazio: Back the 1-2 @ 8/19.20
It's been a bumpy summer for Barcelona but Dan Fitch has his money on the Catalans getting the Ronald Koeman era off to a winning start, as he previews the weekend La Liga matches.
He says: "Starting with a home match is fortunate for Barcelona, as it was their away form that let them down last season. At the Camp Nou they won 16 of their 19 games (D2 L1).
Back Barcelona to beat Villarreal half-time/full-time at 11/82.34
After making a winning start to the season, Kevin Hatchard's back with three more Bundesliga bets ahead of the weekend fixtures.
He says: "Borussia Dortmund beat Augsburg 5-1 and 5-3 last season, and Augsburg are more attack-minded these days under coach Heiko Herrlich."
Back Over 3.5 Goals in Augsburg v Borussia Dortmund at 7/52.42
Our French football expert James Eastham's form has been magnifique since the start of the Ligue 1 season. Here he bids to keep his run going with bets for three of Sunday's matches.
He says: "Monaco have excellent final-third options including Kevin Volland, a recent signing from Bayer Leverkusen, and Willem Geubbels, the 19-year-old who Monaco paid Lyon £18 million for when he was just 16."
Back Monaco at home to beat Strasbourg @ 10/111.9