With the weather outside proving chillier than a Tuesday night in Poznan, it’s time to slip on the slate wool felt moccasins and boil up the kettle for a cup of blossom earl grey tea as we stay warm with a red hot fivefold available at 22/1.
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Now let’s head to the continent!
Lyon have returned to the kind of form that saw them win seven Ligue 1 titles in a row over the course of the early 2000s, winning five on the trot ahead of his trip to Bastia. The hosts remain close to the relegation zone and suffered recent losses to Monaco and Guingamp.
Francesco Totti and friends look likely to get their Serie A campaign back on track away at Atalanta, having beaten La Dea in three of their previous four meetings. The hosts are winless in four going into this contest and could struggle against the Scudetto-chasing Giallorossi.
Lukas Podolski’s former club have made a great start to the Bundesliga season and host Hertha have won three of their last four in the league. The Berliners, by contrast, having lost three of their last four and may be in for a torrid time.
The Eredivisie champions are on the charge, having won three on the trot in the Dutch league going into this game at the Amsterdam Arena. A fourth straight win could well be on the cards for Ajax, with Heerenveen picking up just three points from the last 15 available.
So it all comes down to Moyes, with the Manchester United reject looking to start life with a bang at La Real. Sociedad will be on a high after a 2-1 win over Atletico Madrid and should have enough to see off a Depor side without a win in three.
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