There are some fantastic title battles going on across Europe currently with four points separating the top four sides in Serie A and one point separating the top two in the Bundesliga and this weekend is set to get even tastier.

We take a look at the stand-out games from across Europe here…

Napoli v Atalanta

Saturday evening sees two of Italy’s top sides go head-to-head in a fixture that is expected to bring goals, drama, and a whole lot more, but who will come out on top this time round?

Napoli’s undefeated record came to an end after a 3-2 loss to Inter Milan, they got back on track with a 4-0 victory over Lazio but threw away a two-goal lead to draw with Sassuolo on Wednesday evening. Napoli have failed to beat Atalanta since October 2020 losing twice and drawing once but they still go into this fixture as 5/4 favourites on William Hill.

Victor Osimhen has been Napoli’s star man so far this season scoring nine goals in 14 fixtures but he is out with an injury for a lengthy period so focus will turn to Lorenzo Insigne on Saturday. Insigne has scored five and assisted six goals so far this season and could be the man to find the back of the net this time round.

Atalanta are slowly catching Napoli at the top of the table and will be looking to pounce on the league leaders on Saturday evening. Atalanta have scored seven goals in their last two games against Napoli and picked up seven points in their last three games, but they go into this fixture as the 21/10 underdogs.

Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich

One of the standout fixtures of the weekend comes from the Bundesliga as Borussia Dortmund host Bayern Munich in one of the biggest games in European club football.

No other fixture has taken place as often in German football as Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich with the game being played 129 times. Both sides have never lost to another German side more than each other with Bayern losing 32 times and Dortmund losing 63 times.

Dortmund have lost their last three competitive matches at home against Bayern and due to this, they will head into this fixture as 29/10 underdogs. With 30 points after 13 games, Dortmund are currently having their third best Bundesliga season and a win this weekend would see them overtake Bayern in first place. Erling Haaland scored his 50th Bundesliga goal last time out against Wolfsburg and is tipped to score yet again on Saturday. The young sensation is priced at 4/6 to score anytime.

Bayern Munich head into this fixture full of confidence having won each of their last six competitive matches against Dortmund. The Bundesliga leaders head into this fixture as 4/5 favourites. Bayern are currently having their best Bundesliga season since Pep Guardiola’s farewell season six years ago. With 24 goals, Robert Lewandowski has not scored against a side more than Dortmund and the Polish striker is 2/5 to find the back of the net anytime.

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