It's that time of the weekend where Paul Robinson selects a home win, an away win, a match to go over 2.5 goals and a match to go under 2.5 goals. Here are his selections:
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Bet 1: AC Milan (HOME) @ 1.57 (4/7)
We begin in Italy as AC Milan look set to pick up the three points they need to move them up to fifth in the table.
The hosts have shown some improvement this season after only managing a 10th place finish last year. Their run of five without defeat did end last week, but that was at Juventus, and a 1-0 reverse can easily be forgiven.
Back on home soil, Siniša Mihajlović's side have won four out of six this term and they welcome a Sampdoria team who have taken just two points from a possible 18 on the road.
The visitors have netted just twice in their last five matches away from home and they haven't travelled to a club who are currently higher than ninth in the table.
Our search for an away success takes us to Brazil's top flight tonight as Internacional badly need to win to keep up their hopes of a fourth place finish and a shot at next season's Copa Libertadores alive.
Sao Paulo and Internacional are locked together on 56 points in fourth and fifth, with just two games to go. With other teams in the mix as well, realistically speaking, whoever finishes fourth will have won their last two games of the season.
Playing away from home isn't Inter's strength - four defeats from five - but they travel to a Fluminese side tonight who have nothing to play for. They can't be relegated and it's highly unlikely that they can finish in the top half either.
Flu aren't in good form themselves and while they beat Avai last time out, prior to that it was four defeats from five - two of which came on this ground to clubs who are a level or two below today's opponents.
The Dutch Eredivisie is usually good for goals and I hope that's the case again today as strugglers, FC Twente and Willem II, battle it out at The Grolsch Fortress.
FC Twente are down in 15th place and they have now lost four matches on the bounce. With 31 goals conceded in 13 fixtures, only Cambuur and De Graafschap have a worse record and that has led to nine of their outings seeing over 2.5 backers paid out.
Their last two results at home were 3-1 and 4-1 defeats to PSV and Heerenveen, respectively, and they have kept just the one clean sheet in front of their own fans.
Willem II are one point and one place worse off than Twente, but they at least picked up a draw when they were last seen. The 2-2 draw against PSV will give them hope of a revival and it was also their fifth match in a row to finish with three or more scored.
Away from home their last three scorelines have been 2-2, 2-1 and 2-1, and with both teams struggling to keep the opposition out, I can't see anything but goals this evening.
Over to Spain now for our under 2.5 leg as Deportivo travel to Las Palmas for what I hope will be a relatively drab affair.
Las Palmas have made a satisfactory start to their La Liga campaign considering they were promoted via the play-offs. They are in 18th place having taken 10 points from their opening dozen matches and their two most recent results were a win and a draw.
What will please manager, Quique Setien the most is that with just 17 goals conceded, only two other teams in the bottom half have a better record. That is reflected in the stat that eight of their 12 have finished with two or fewer scored - six of which came on this ground.
Opponents, Deportivo are in eighth place and they returned to winning ways last Saturday as they beat Celta Vigo 2-0. That was their fourth match in a row to see under 2.5 backers rewarded, and that includes their three most recent away trips.
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2015 P/L (1pt each bet)