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Football: Inter making their move in Serie A title fight

A fine Saturday of European football is in store and Inter Milan's chances of a successful Scudetto defence could be strengthened when they take on Hellas Verona.

There's also a Berlin derby to look forward to in the Bundesliga, while the champions-elect in both Spain and France are in action.

All of this and more will be available for punters to watch on bet365's European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights.

Serie A: Inter aiming to close the gap

Is there a more fascinating title race than the one for Lo Scudetto?

AC Milan's goalless draw at home to Bologna on Monday may have allowed the leaders - 5/2 to claim the title - to move a point clear of Napoli (7/4), but it simultaneously encouraged the chasing pack.

That includes reigning champions Inter (10/11), who are four points behind with a game in hand and who seem to be finding their feet at the perfect time.

The Nerazzurri took time to adjust to life under Simone Inzaghi following last season's title success under Antonio Conte, but returned from the international break with a 1-0 win over Juventus.

With both Milan and Napoli not playing until Sunday, Inzaghi's side can put the pressure on when they host Hellas Verona at 17:00.

The visitors still hold European aspirations themselves, sitting ninth in the Serie A table after last Monday's 1-0 win over Genoa and are 8/1 to claim a fourth away success of the season.

However, Inter have the best home record in the division, winning 10 of 15 outings and are 1/3 to improve that tally.

They have also won seven of the pair's last eight meetings, including triumphing 3-1 at the Bentegodi last August.

Another victory by that scoreline is 10/1 and having opened the scoring in that reverse fixture and netted a hat-trick in his penultimate outing at the Meazza, Lautaro Martinez is 11/4 to break the deadlock.

Bundesliga: Hertha need derby success

Those who've not been following the Bundesliga this season could be forgiven for thinking there is an error in the table, with Union Berlin sitting seventh and city rivals Hertha 19th.

However, a run of one win in 11 means Die Alte Dame are well and truly in the relegation dogfight, with their sole victory in that time coming in their last home outing, when they toppled Hoffenheim 3-0.

With Felix Magath now in charge, Hertha - 4/5 to be relegated - will hope to have fresh impetus after pushing Bayer Leverkusen last time out, going down 2-1.

Union stemmed their recent poor form of three without a victory with a 1-0 win over Cologne last Friday, Taiwo Awoniyi netting the only goal. However, despite their lofty position, they have struggled on the road, losing their last four away games without scoring.

Die Eisernen won 3-2 at the Olympiastadion in the DFB-Pokal in January, only the second time they've beaten Hertha on the road, while they will be spying a Bundesliga double at 8/5 after triumphing 2-0 in November's reverse fixture.

However, their away form is cause for concern and Hertha will be confident of taking advantage, with them 15/8 to win this 17:30 kick-off. On paper, at least, they still have quality and former Man City forward Stevan Jovetic is always one to look out for.

The former boy wonder is now 32, but remains a threat and his team's top scorer, having netted six times this season.

Three of those have seen him break the deadlock and Jovetic is 6/1 to score first in what could be a thriller amongst Saturday's European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights.

La Liga: Real can take another title step

Real Madrid may well be on track for a domestic-European double, but there are rumours that coach Carlo Ancelotti might be shown the door in the summer anyway.

The Italian masterminded a 3-1 Champions League quarter-final first-leg win over former club Chelsea on Wednesday and, with Barcelona not facing Levante until Sunday, his team could go 15 points clear in La Liga by beating Getafe at 20:00 on Saturday.

Real are 2/5 to seal an 11th home league win of the season, but will need to improve on their last meeting with Saturday's visitors Getafe, with Los Azulones running out 1-0 winners back in January.

That scoreline made it seven games in a row that a 'No' in the both teams to score market has come in between these two sides and a repeat of that outcome is 8/13.

Getafe haven't won at the Bernabeu since 2008, but boosted their survival hopes last time out by beating Mallorca 1-0.

After a miserable start to the campaign, in which they had to wait until their 12th match for a first victory, they now sit 14th, six points clear of the bottom three and in relative safety.

The decision to bring Quique Sanchez Flores back for a third spell in charge has clearly paid off and this game will carry extra significance for him, with both he and his father having played for Real.

There will be no room for sentiment on Saturday, though, and stopping Karim Benzema will be his most significant task.

The Frenchman scored a hat-trick in that win over Chelsea, taking his recent tally to 13 goals in seven outings and he is 10/3 to score two or more again.

Ligue 1: PSG out end away-day hoodoo

Finally, and with eight games of the Ligue 1 campaign remaining, PSG's season looks to be meandering to a conclusion that will see them win Ligue 1 but nothing else.

Les Parisiens are 12 points clear of Marseille, who they host next Sunday in the 102nd edition of Le Classique. However, despite looking likely to regain their domestic crown after losing out to Lille last term, their current campaign will still be deemed a failure.

Big changes are expected both on and off the field at the Parc Des Princes and whether it is Mauricio Pochettino or a possible replacement in the dugout, addressing their away form will be a priority.

PSG have lost their last four on the road, a run which has seen them knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid and go down by an aggregate of 7-1 at Nantes, Nice and Monaco.

That will only give 17th-placed Clermont encouragement at 20:00 and boy do they need it, losing their last four Ligue 1 outings to slide to within a point of the bottom three.

Les Lanciers are 15/2 to claim what could prove to be a massive victory on Saturday, but PSG were far too strong in September's reverse, triumphing 4-0. A repeat of that scoreline in their favour is 14/1.

Having netted twice in last Sunday's 5-1 home win over Lorient, Kylian Mbappe - who also scored in the pair's previous meeting - is 5/2 to grab two or more goals in the final game featured in our Saturday European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights.

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