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On Sunday at 5 p.m., Manchester United welcomes Everton to Old Trafford. Then at 8.30 p.m., a juicy encounter between SSC Napoli and AS Roma will take place in Serie A. And don’t forget the big game in France between Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique de Marseille at 9 p.m.!

Premier League: Manchester United (@1.75) versus Everton (@5.00)

José Mourinho and his Manchester United side have won just twice at Old Trafford this season and were beaten 1-0 in the Champions League by Juventus during the week. They sit in tenth position of the Premier League, having picked up just 14 points from the opening nine matches. Everton, meanwhile, have recorded two clean sheets and three wins in a row in the Premier League, which has seen the Toffees rise to eighth position. The victories have come in memorable fashion; a 3-0 home win against Fulham and a well-executed 1-2 away success at Leicester City before the international break which was subsequently followed by a 2-0 triumph over Crystal Palace. It’s worth pointing out that Everton have beaten the Red Devils at Old Trafford just twice in the Premier League era…

Serie A: Napoli (@1.80) versus Roma (@4.40)

The big fixture in Italy this weekend sees SSC Napoli and AS Roma battling it out at the Stadio San Paolo. With Juventus firmly in command in Serie A, sitting top of the table on 25 points, Carlo Ancelotti will demand a big performance from his players against an inconsistent Roma side. Outside of their two defeats away to Sampdoria and Juventus, Napoli has won its seven league games against the likes of Lazio, AC Milan and Fiorentina. They will need to keep a close eye on Roma striker Edin Džeko who scored twice and set up another in Roma’s midweek 3-0 Champions League win over CSKA Moscow.

Ligue 1: Olympique de Marseille (@5.50) versus Paris Saint-Germain (@1.50)

It will be PSG head coach Thomas Tuchel's first taste of ‘Le Classique’, a bitter rivalry between Marseille and Paris, France’s second biggest city and the capital. After a much needed 0-1 victory away to OGC Nice last time out, Marseille will be hoping to produce another strong defensive display at the Stade Vélodrome. The result kept it fourth on 19 points from 10 games, 11 points behind runaway leader Paris Saint-Germain. Their opponents have won all 10 games in Ligue 1 so far this season, averaging nearly four goals per game in addition to boasting Ligue 1's best defense. It will be another big fight this time around, with PSG looking to continue their excellent recent record over their rivals, having not lost against Marseille for seven years now, a run of 17 games and counting.

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