European Football: Our experts' best bets from this weekend in Spain, Italy and Germany
Football is well and truly back with matches coming thick and fast in Germany, Spain and Italy this weekend. Find out where our experts think the value lies...
Serie A Betting Preview
Serie A action returns in Italy this weekend for the first time in three-and-a-half months. Our Italian football expert Dave Farrar picks bets for three matches, starting with Torino v Parma on Saturday evening.
Dave says: "Could the break rejuvenate Torino? Yes. Should Parma be trading at 3.65 for the win? Absolutely not. Logic dictates that backing the away team here is the clever thing to do."
Back Parma to beat Torino @3.65
Sevilla v Barcelona Preview
Arguably the most mouthwatering match anywhere this weekend takes place in southern Spain on Friday night when third-placed Sevilla host La Liga leaders Barcelona.
Dan Fitch says: "Sevilla's overall performances suggests that they will be troublesome opponents for Barcelona."
Back the draw between Sevilla and Barcelona at 3.80
La Liga Betting Preview
Atletico Madrid were in fine form in midweek and Dan expects them to win once more on Saturday, as he previews four La Liga games.
Dan says: "In their last match, Atletico were able to showcase their strength in depth in attacking areas in the second-half, as a trio of substitutes all found the net."
Back Atletico Madrid to beat Valladolid and over 2.5 goals at 2.60
Bundesliga Saturday Betting Preview
We've reached the penultimate matchday of the Bundesliga season and German football expert Kevin Hatchard has picked out three selections from Saturday's 14:30 kick-offs.
Kevin says: ""Köln have scored in their last 18 league games, but have also conceded at least twice in seven of their last eight outings."
Back Over 3.5 Goals in Köln v Eintracht Frankfurt at2.32
RB Leipzig v Borussia Dortmund - in-depth preview
Kevin also provides a detailed preview of RB Leipzig v Borussia Dortmund - the Saturday afternoon clash between the third and second-best teams respectively in the German top flight.
He says: "Leipzig have drawn their last five home games, and almost all of their matches against the top sides this season have ended level."