14:30 Saturday

Mainz to beat Frankfurt

  • Mainz have the fourth best home record in the Bundesliga this season and have as many home defeats as Bayern Munich (two)

Mainz still have a mathematical chance of a European spot and they are helped by two consecutive victories against Hertha and an impressive win against Bayern (3-1). They will surely need a slip up from Koln who currently sit in seventh place on seven points ahead of them however they know they will need to take care of business here first. They should be helped by their impressive home record this season, they’ve only suffered two defeats at the Mewa Arena.

17:00 Saturday

Udinese to beat Speiza + BTTS - Yes

  • Both teams have scored in six of Udinese's last seven at home, while Speiza haven't won away from home since January

A first top ten finish for Udinese since 2012/13 may also require results going their way elsewhere but they only need two more points to ensure that this is their best tall for nine seasons. Their strong form in their past eight games has certainly fuelled those hopes. They’ve won four, drawn two and lost two. Aside from the past two home games their form at home prior to that was impressive, with four wins and two draws in their previous six. Therefore we fancy a home win in this one with both teams to score.

20:00 Saturday

Monaco to beat Brest

  • Monaco are on the best winning streak in Europe's top five leagues (eight)

Monaco look to continue their impressive winning streak when they welcome Brest to Stade Louis II. Automatic qualification for the Champions League is not yet out of the question where they trail second place Marseille by just three points. Brest have little to play aside from league position so we only see a Monaco win and their winning run to continuing.

20:00 Saturday

PSG to beat Montpellier + BTTS - Yes

  • PSG have conceded in six of their last seven matches, while Montpellier are on the longest winless streak in Ligue 1 (seven matches)

Our final selection is from Paris where champions PSG take on Montepellier. Montpellier are on the longest winless streak in the league (seven matches). PSG have condeded at least one goal in six of their last seven matches. They are winless in three games themselves however you would think Messi & Co. would have an easy day out against this Montpellier outfit that are leaking goals at an alarming rate (11 goals in their past four games).