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Simone Inzaghi's Inter can extend their lead at the top of Serie A
Simone Inzaghi's Inter can extend their lead at the top of Serie A

With the final international break of the year in the rear-view mirror, attention turns back to club football this weekend and there is plenty of action across the continent.

Ahead of the games we have assembled an acca featuring games from La liga, Ligue 1, the Bundesliga and Serie A.

With the likes of Inter and Lille involved, the five-fold pays out at 54.69/1 with LiveScore Bet.

Sunday, 15:15

Real Sociedad's pursuit of the top four in La Liga has taken a hit in the last few weeks but they signed off before the international break with a 3-1 win over Almeria and can see off Sevilla.

The club from the Basque country have excelled on the European stage this season, winning three of their four games in the group stage of the Champions League but their domestic form has suffered as a result.

Prior to the Almeria win, they had won only one of their previous four La Liga contests but this Sunday presents a decent shot at another three points.

Sevilla have been unimpressive in La Liga this season and they have won only one of their last ten games in all competitions - and even that was only against minnows Quintanar in the Copa del Rey.

Sunday, 16:05

Reims were taught a lesson by PSG in a 3-0 drubbing before the international break but they had won four of their six games before that loss and are worth a bet to beat Rennes.

After last season's heroics under Bruno Genesio, Rennes are having a torrid time of it in France's top flight this time around having won only two of their opening 12 assignments.

They seem to have lost their attacking edge, having drawn blanks in each of their last two league games against Nice and Lyon, and they could be in for a tough afternoon against Will Still's men.

Will Still's Reims look set for victory over Rennes
Will Still's Reims look set for victory over Rennes

Sunday, 16:30

Mainz were comfortably nestled in the mid-table positions in the Bundesliga last term but this season has been anything but comfortable for fans of the Rhineland-Palatinate outfit.

After 11 games, the club have just one win and only seven points to their name, leaving them in the relegation playoff position prior to the international break.

They will be hoping for better upon their return to action but they could struggle away to Hoffenheim, who are pushing for the top five and beyond.

Hoffenheim have six wins to their name in the league and, although they failed to land a victory in either of their last two games, they showed promise in their last home fixture, pushing pacesetters Bayer Leverkusen close in a 3-2 defeat.

Sunday, 19:45

The race for the Scudetto looks intriguing in Serie A this term and the top two will meet for the first time on Sunday when Inter visit Juventus.

Inter have a two-point advantage as it stands and they can extend that to five points with victory in Turin.

Juve are a tough nut to crack but the visitors have the attacking quality to unlock them with front pair Marcus Thuram and Lautaro Martinez having scored a combined 16 goals in Serie A this season.

Not only that but, with only six goals conceded in 12 games, Inter also boast the league's best defence and they can make their added quality count.

Sunday, 19:45

It has been a disastrous season for Lyon and it could get even worse this weekend when they host Lille.

Lyon began the season under the stewardship of Laurent Blanc but he was dismissed in early September with Fabio Grosso taking his place in the hotseat.

But Grosso has failed to arrest the slide of Les Gones, who are rock bottom of Ligue 1 with only one win from 11 games.

They have scored only nine times and, although they picked up their first win just before the break against Rennes, they will likely be brought back to earth by Lille, who are on a nine-game unbeaten run in all competitions and are pushing for the top three.

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