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Returning Sassuolo skipper Gianmarco Ferrari

Gabriele Maltinti

Best bets and predictions for Saturday’s matches in the Bundesliga, La Liga and Serie A.

Best bets

Sassuolo beat Fiorentina
BT Sport 2, 7:45 p.m. Saturday

1pt 7-4 Hills

Getafe beat Alaves
3:15 p.m. Saturday

2pts 19-20 general

Wolfsburg beat Monchengladbach
2:30 p.m. Saturday

2 points 11-4 bet365


Sassuolo against Fiorentina

Sassuolo could be a valuable shade at home for a Fiorentina side with an eye on Wednesday’s Coppa Italia semi-final against Juventus.

There is no love lost between these two, let alone right now after Dusan Vlahovic sold 17 goals from La Viola to Juve, and Sassuolo can take advantage of that potential distraction.

Fiorentina are missing key centre-back Nikola Milenkovic and central midfielder Lucas Torreira, and Sassuolo will be absolutely abuzz after last weekend’s 2-0 win over champions Inter.

Sassuolo will also be boosted by the return of centre-back Gianmarco Ferrari after a one-game ban.

Getafe v Alaves

Getafe can put daylight between them and the La Liga drop zone by taking care of a blunt Alaves unit in the outskirts of Madrid.

Getafe are almost bankers at home these days, having won six of their last seven at home – they’ve drawn the other – and that run includes a triumph over leaders Real Madrid.

Under Quique Sanchez Flores, appointed in October, they’ve been transformed and it’s hard to believe they’ll actually be involved in a relegation tumble, although picking up points early on the table will ease any worries.

They should be more than good enough to deal with Alaves, Spain’s lowest goalscorer with 19 goals, six of them on penalties. They look totally dependent on Joselu at 12 goals – no one else in the squad has scored more than two – and they’ve only won the league once since the first week of November.

Mönchengladbach vs. Wolfsburg

Wolfsburg have beaten Borussia Mönchengladbach more times than any other side in the Bundesliga and they can extend their grip on the Foals this weekend.

Gladbach host Wolves at Borussia Park, still licking their wounds from last week’s 6-0 dismantling by Dortmund, in which old Marco Reus netted a brace.

Now another former player, Max Kruse, will have his sights set on a squeaky Gladbach backline who have already conceded 19 goals at home this season, the same they let slip through the entire 2020-21 season.

Adi Hutter’s men have won just one of their last six, one of their last five at home and have scored 15 goals in front of their own fans in their last five matches, with at least two goals in each of these matches.

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