Europe's top leagues return this weekend on the back of the international break and Sunday sees plenty of action from Serie A, La Liga, the Bundesliga and Ligue 1.
There are headline clashes, with Milan hosting Juventus in Italy and Athletic Bilbao visiting Barcelona in Spain.
|What||Milan v Juventus|
|Where||San Siro, Milan|
|When||20:00, Sunday 22nd October|
|How to watch||Sports Live Streaming and TNT Sports 1|
|Odds||AC Milan 5/4, Draw 12/5, Juventus 11/5|
Mid-table Bologna and Frosinone meet at 14:00, as do the bottom two, Salernitana and Cagliari. Both are still to win this season and their last two meetings ended 1-1, a repeat of which is available at 5/1.
Atalanta are 1/2 to grab a third home league win of the season at home to Genoa at 17:00 but the fixture of the day is Il derby dei Campioni between Milan and Juventus.
Neither currently hold the Scudetto but see themselves among the elite. The Rossoneri begin the weekend top of the table, four points and a couple of places clear of Juve.
Milan have kept clean sheets in the pair's last three meetings and have conceded just once in all competitions in the six games since being crushed 5-1 by Inter in August.
|What||Barcelona v Athletic Bilbao|
|Where||Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys, Barcelona|
|When||20:00, Sunday 22nd October|
|How to watch||Sports Live Streaming and ITV4|
|Odds||Barcelona 4/6, Draw 3/1, Athletic Bilbao 17/4|
La Liga fans have four games to look forward to on Sunday. The 13:00 kick-off sees Las Palmas available at 13/8 to beat Rayo Vallecano, although considering Los Franjirrojos' run of four straight draws, another tie could be possible at 21/10.
Then at 15:15, a negative result for Real Madrid at Sevilla on Saturday could open the door for Girona to go top.
They take on rock-bottom Almeria, who are still searching for their first win of the season. Their last four games have featured three or more goals and Girona to win and over 3.5 goals appeals at 2/1.
Relegation rivals Villarreal and Alaves meet at 17:30, with a nerve-steadying home victory at the Ceramica 8/11, but the match of the night takes punters to Montjuic, where Barcelona host Athletic Bilbao.
The Blaugrana have made an unbeaten start at their temporary home while Camp Nou is refurbished, conceding just twice, both against Celta Vigo.
Athletic beat Almeria 3-0 before the international break and suffered their only away defeat of the campaign in the game prior, a humbling 3-0 reverse to Basque rivals Real Sociedad.
|What||Cologne v Borussia Monchengladbach|
|When||14:30, Sunday 22nd October|
|How to watch||Sports Live Streaming and Sky Sports Arena|
|Odds||Cologne 7/5, Draw 13/5, Borussia Monchengladbach 15/8|
Home wins over Werder Bremen and Union Berlin have contributed six of Heidenheim's seven points for the campaign and they are 29/20 to get the better of visitors Augsburg at 16:30, who make the hour or so journey along the B2 having lost all three of their away matches.
Before that, at 14:30, Cologne will be eyeing a reset against an inconsistent Borussia Monchengladbach side.
The Billy Goats lost four out of four on the back of the September break and a 15-0 friendly win over minnows Reusrath will have done little to ease the pressure on boss Steffen Baumgart.
Gladbach have been in the goals on the road, drawing 4-4 at Augbsurg and 3-3 at Darmstadt before triumphing 3-1 at Bochum.
Their last seven away in the Bundesliga have seen both teams score, available at just 1/2. On form, it seems sensible to look at Gladbach's price of 15/8 for the victory, while Florian Neuhaus has netted three in his team's last four and is a tempting 4/1 to score at anytime.
|What||Lyon v Clermont Foot|
|Where||Groupama Stadium, Lyon|
|When||19:45, Sunday 22nd October|
|How to watch||Sports Live Streaming and TNT Sports 2|
|Odds||Lyon 3/4, Draw 11/4, Clermont Foot 7/2|
Sunday stages six games in Ligue 1, starting with a Breton derby between Lorient and Rennes at 12:00.
There are three games at 14:00, all of which could spark a rejig of the table. Toulouse take on Reims, Lille host Brest and Nantes face Montpellier before leaders Monaco meet Metz at 16:05.
The final game of the day in Ligue 1 sees bottom club Clermont travel a couple of hours or so east to 17th place Lyon.
After a disastrous start to the campaign, Fabio Grosso, Lyon's second manager of the season, will be looking for his first win, available at 3/4.
At least his team got some goals in their 3-3 against Lorient ahead of the break and that has been a real issue for Clermont, who have netted a league-low four.
They did the double over Les Gones last season but the talent at Grosso's disposal has to gel at some point and Sunday could be the start of a potential revival.