Weekend acca predictions: Five teams to follow across Europe
Below are five sides who look good for a win this weekend as we focus on five games from across the continent to make up our accumulator for Sunday's action.
Monaco went into the recent international break top of Ligue 1 and they can remain there by beating Lorient on Sunday.
With three wins and a draw from their opening four games, Monaco have made a red-hot start to the season, most recently easing to a 3-0 win over last season's Ligue 1 runners-up Lens.
They have the attacking firepower to also see off Lorient, who have picked up just five points from their first four matches this term.
Osasuna failed to qualify for this season's Europa Conference League, losing their play-off tie with Club Brugge, but that means they can put full focus back on LaLiga.
Before the international break, they pushed Barcelona close in a 2-1 defeat, having only lost that game by virtue of an 86th-minute penalty from Robert Lewandowski.
Both of their league wins this season have come on the road at Celta Vigo and Valencia and they can follow up with a road win over Getafe, who have won only one of their first four league fixtures this season.
Not a lot separates Fiorentina and Atalanta in Serie A so far this season but La Dea are worth a bet to prevail when they clash in Florence.
Atalanta have looked the better of the two sides in the opening weeks of the season, having cruised to a 3-0 win over Monza in their final game before the international break.
They have evolved into a more defensively focused side in the last year or so and that has been reflected by tally of just two goals conceded in three games and they can make life tough for the hosts.
Lyon fans were not happy when their club slumped to a 4-1 defeat at home to Paris Saint-Germain before the international break with that defeat leaving Les Gones rock bottom of the standings.
Lyon have started the season with a draw and three defeats from four games and it is hard to justify backing them right now.
Le Havre, meanwhile, are in the mid-table positions with one win, two draws and just one defeat from their opening four games and they can pick up at least a point against Lyon.
Real Madrid finished 10 points off the pace in LaLiga last season but they are flying this term and can see off Real Sociedad on Sunday.
Los Blancos are out in front as the season's early pacesetters with four wins from four matches, averaging two goals per game.
They kick-start their Champions League campaign against Union Berlin on Wednesday but will be determined to keep their strong start to the league season going, and can beat Real Sociedad, who shipped three goals against Granada last time out.
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