Aston Villa v Wolves - Premier League - 12:30

Wolves have already beaten two relegation battlers without conceding, and I’m backing them to repeat the trick against Aston Villa on Saturday.

Nuno’s men have the perfect blend of attacking threat and defensive solidity, and they’ll fancy a run at this incredibly vulnerable Villa defence.

Dean Smith’s side missed a huge opportunity to catapult themselves out of the bottom three (only mustering a draw with Newcastle last time out), and I just think Wolves outclass them in every position on the pitch.

Wolves won the reverse fixture, and they should be winning this one as well.

Swansea vs Luton - Championship - 12:30

Swansea returned with a bang last week, hammering Middlesbrough 3-0 away from home, and I’m backing Steve Cooper’s men to beat Luton in their next outing.

Nathan Jones’ side salvaged a late point in their first game back against Preston, but if Swansea continue to build and improve on their excellent performance at The Riverside, it’ll be hard for the Hatters to cope with them.

Swansea beat Luton 1-0 at Kenilworth Road back in December, and at this price I’m happy backing them again.

Freiburg v Schalke - Bundesliga - 14:30

Finally, in the last set of Bundesliga fixtures, Freiburg look a great price to beat Schalke.

The visitors have been appalling since the restart—earning just two points from their eight games—while Freiburg have only just, agonisingly, missed out on European football.

Schalke’s players been on the beach for weeks now, that much is evident, but I’m very sure that Christian Streich isn’t the sort of manager to let his own side’s performance levels drop for any reason.

Freiburg have beaten strong Gladbach and Hertha sides in recent weeks, and I fancy them to end the campaign on a high against David Wagner’s hapless Schalke.