This week there are some mouth-watering clashes to look forward to in Italy, and none stand out more than the Turin Derby as Torino take on Juventus on Sunday. Torino are undefeated at home this season in all competitions, recording 8 wins and 2 draws from their 10 matches at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino. Sunday's visitors may have lost 3 of their 7 away games in the league so far this season, but they won 4-1 here in March and have won the league in each of the last 5 seasons. On top of this, they've only failed to score once in their last 27 league games so on-loan England goalkeeper Joe Hart will have his work cut out in trying to keep a clean sheet in this one. Other notable fixtures from Serie A this week include Sampdoria v Lazio, Inter v Genoa and Roma v Milan.
Over in Spain Real Madrid will be looking to maintain their unbeaten start to the season when they face Deportivo La Coruna at home on Saturday evening. The last time they tasted defeat in the league was back in February when Atletico Madrid beat them in the derby, and since then they've won 22 and drawn 4 of their 26 La Liga matches. Last week they salvaged a draw in El Clasico with a late equaliser from Sergio Ramos and they're now firm favourites to win the title at 4/9 (1.44) with bet365. They should have no problems dispatching a Deportivo side who've not won away from home all season and conceded a ridiculous 34 times in their last 9 meetings with Real. Meanwhile the rest of the top 4 are all away from home, with Barcelona at Osasuna, Sevilla at Celta Vigo and Atletico Madrid visiting fifth-place Villarreal.
In France there's a huge game as PSG, who are aiming for their fifth successive league title this season, take on surprise pace-setters Nice. The visitors expect to welcome back Italian striker Mario Balotelli, who has been out of action for a month with an injury picked up in training, for this game. He's declared himself fit and will be looking to pick up where he left off, having scored 6 goals in 6 league games since his free transfer signing on the last day of the transfer window. Should Nice win here they'd have a commanding 7-point lead over PSG, although Monaco will still be within touching distance of the lead if they win at Bordeaux.
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