There's action from Europe's major leagues tonight and here is our slip for the day!
🏟 AC Milan vs Lazio
Sunday evening sees a titanic clash in Serie A as Lazio travels to San Siro where they'll face off against Milan. The visitors have been in great form during Maurizio Sarri's first two games in charge, beating Empoli 3-1 on opening day before running out 6-1 winners against Spezia. Milan has also collected six points from their two games, but the main concern will be manager Pioli's poor H2H record against his opposite number; he has won just four of his 13 meetings with Sarri. Clean sheets don't look likely here but a Lazio win does.
🏟 Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo
After further strengthening on deadline day with the signing of Eduardo Camavinga from Rennes, Real Madrid has what should be a comfortable game against a Celta side on paper. This is a Los Blancos side that has scored at least twice in each of their last 10 H2Hs and 30 in total in that sequence against these opponents. The league leaders have scored more goals than anyone else in the division so far this season, and have a chance to mount some pressure on Sevilla and Barcelona in a week where their top four rivals' games have been postponed.
🏟 Roma vs Sassuolo
Sassuolo have quickly established itself as a Serie A powerhouse, having lost only one of their last 11 games. Last season, I Neroverdi had the greatest away record in the Italian top flight, and they will be optimistic of getting something from Mourinho's Roma on Sunday. Three of the last four meetings have produced over 3.5 goals, while four or more goals have been scored in five of Roma's last six Serie A games and three of Sassuolo's last five.
🏟 Lyon vs Strasbourg
Lyon are still a work in progress, but there are hints that Bosz's team is coming together after a rocky start. The same might be said of Strasbourg, who have picked up four points from two home games against likely relegation candidates after suffering back-to-back defeats. So, despite the fact that Lyon has a better roster, a more well-known manager, and home advantage, there's still a nagging suspicion that Strasbourg could sabotage them.