Feyenoord to beat Willem II (1.30pm)
Nice to beat Lorient (4pm)
Roma to beat Inter (7.45pm)
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Willem II v Feyenoord
Willem II have won just one of their eight matches this season (D3, L4) and they have only found the net once in their last five outings. Having survived in the Eredivisie after a relegation playoff last season, they are preparing for another battle against the drop this term. On Sunday, they face a Feyenoord side that is hoping to maintain their 100% win record in the league this season (P7, W7). Feyenoord are unbeaten in 18 league matches (W15, D3) since mid-February and a win on Sunday would ensure that they head into the international break at least five points clear at the top of the table.
Nice v Lorient
Nice have won eight of their last nine home league matches (D1, L0), scoring a total of 21 goals in the process and conceding just four. A win on Sunday would lift them to the top of the Ligue 1 table. While Nice finished last season in fourth place (just two points behind the runners-up), Lorient were just three positions above the relegation zone. Lorient have lost nine of their last 12 competitive matches and they have scored a total of just five goals along the way. They have also lost every one of their last five away from home.
Roma v Inter
Roma have lost just one of their 22 home league matches since the beginning of last season (W16, D5) and they have won all of their last six, scoring a total of 18 goals in the process and conceding just four. Roma prepared for this game with a routine 4-0 home win over Astra in the Europa League while Inter travelled to the Czech Republic for a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Sparta Prague. Inter finished last season 13 points behind Roma and they scored 33 goals fewer. They have lost nine of their last 14 competitive matches away from home (W3, D2).