Sunday presents us with more Bundesliga action and here we have two picks from the German top flight, as well as some potential value from the Belarus Cup final.
Our three-fold accumulator comes out at 33/1.
(Sun, 12:30 pm)
Formally one of Europe's most exciting teams to watch, Schalke have been more than dull this season and their tally of 33 goals in 26 outings leaves them with the fifth-worst attack in the league.
Last weekend's 4-0 defeat at Borussia Dortmund saw them caught cold and David Wagner will be hoping for better.
The American's side sit eighth in the table, which is already way below expectations, but their plight is made worse when you factor in they are a full 14 points below RB Leipzig in the final Champions League spot.
Sunday sees them host an Augsburg team looking for only their second win in 11 matches, a run that has seen early European hopes turn into relegation fears.
Die Konigsblauen ran out 3-2 winners when the pair met in November and Augsburg's defensive record of 54 conceded in 26 games may give them a boost in what could be an entertaining game.
Sluggish is probably the best way to describe RB Leipzig's return from the Bundesliga's hiatus and Julian Nagelsmann admitted after their 1-1 draw with Freiburg that he was worried about their top-four hopes.
They head into this round of fixtures holding the final Champions League spot and now face a Mainz side who showed plenty of spirit to come from two down to draw 2-2 at Cologne last weekend.
Die Nullfunfer are unbeaten in their last three at the Opel Arena but are tough to trust on their own patch, having previously lost seven times at home in this season's Bundesliga.
Leipzig are also a team who like playing on the road, avoiding defeat in their last four away games and keeping clean sheets in all of those games.
They won 8-0 in the pair's previous meeting this season but have a mixed record in this fixture, failing to win either of their last two visits to Mainz.
That could change on Sunday but expect excitement, as including their game earlier in the season, the pair's seven league meetings have produced an incredible 35 goals.
BATE to win and both to score - 11/4 - BET NOW
Finally we head east to the Belarus where BATE Borisov face Dinamo Brest in the country's Cup final.
Dinamo outshone BATE to win last season's league title but the Zholto-Sinie got a degree of revenge on Wednesday, triumphing 3-1 when the pair met in Brest.
After a mixed start to the season under new boss Kiril Alshevsky, BATE have started to find their form, remaining unbeaten in their last eight games, of which seven have been wins.
Those results have helped move them top of the table but they have occasionally looked shaky at the back, most notably conceding three times in the 5-3 win at Smolevichy-STI.
That may give Dinamo hope but they themselves have kept just one clean sheet in their last seven and appear way off last term's heroics.
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