European weekend matches tips
As always, there are a number of tasty clashes on the continent this Saturday and Sunday, so FootyOn have picked out five European weekend matches tips.
Top domestic leagues in Spain, Italy, German and France all feature, with the likes of Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Monaco and Fiorentina all in action on British TV screens.
So, read on to find our European weekend matches tips, for fixtures on March 4 and 5.
Matches are in order of kick-off time.
Monchengladbach to beat Schalke with both teams scoring
Live at 17:30 GMT on BT Sport 2
It’s fair to say that these two teams are underachieving this season, with Borussia Monchengladbach in 10th and Schalke 12th, but both have picked up the pace in recent weeks.
The former, in particular, are on a run of four Bundesliga wins in their last five.
Both have also scored in their last five and four respectively, so back Gladbach at 18/5 with Betfred to win with both teams netting.
Messi to score two or more
Live at 19:45 GMT on Sky Sports 5
Going into the weekend, Barcelona were top of the league, but know that bitter rivals Real Madrid are just a point behind and with a game in hand.
Thankfully for the Catalan club, they are on a run of five straight victories, while upcoming opponents Celta Vigo are down in 10th.
Lionel Messi has been firing on all cylinders of late, with 12 goals in his last 11 La Liga appearances.
Back the Argentina icon at 11/8 with Sky Bet to score two or more at the Nou Camp.
Gomez to score anytime for Atalanta
Live at 11:30 GMT on BT Sport 1
Atalanta have been the surprise package of Serie A so far, being all the way up in fourth with just 12 games to go.
They face a Fiorentina side down in eighth and on the back of two losses in their last four.
Argentine attacker Alejandro Gomez has been their main man in recent weeks, with six goals in his last eight matches.
Atleti and Bats top share spoils
Live at 15:15 GMT on Sky Sports 5
There is another tasty Spanish match on TV this weekend, as struggling La Liga giants Atletico Madrid and Valencia lock horns.
Diego Simeone’s men are up in fourth, but the likes of Real Sociedad and Villarreal are chasing them down for the last Champions League spot.
Los Che, meanwhile, may be down in 13th, but have won three of their last four.
So, why not back a draw at 18/5 with BetVictor?
Monaco to beat Nantes to nil
Live at 19:45 GMT on BT Sport 3
Ligue 1 table toppers Monaco host 11th placed Nantes later on Sunday.
They currently lead PSG by three points, while also have a whopping 23 more goals than them.
Principality outfit Monaco have not conceded against Nantes in their last five meetings – winning on four occasions.
They are, therefore, 11/8 with BetVictor to win to nil.