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Stream your way through Sunday with bet365: Action from Serie A, La Liga and much more

There is a feast of European football to come on Sunday afternoon and, even though the Bundesliga has yet to resume, there is still plenty of action to come from Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1.

All the action can be followed via bet365's European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights, with the opening match on Sunday seeing Sassuolo host Lazio at 11:30 and the final showing FC Porto's meeting with Famalicao at 20:30.

Lazio eager to return to winning ways

WhatSassuolo v Lazio
WhereMAPEI Stadium - Citta del Tricolore
When11:30, Sunday 15th January
How to watchBT Sport 3
OddsSassuolo 11/5, Draw 5/2, Lazio 6/5

After three matches without a win, Lazio will look to kick-start their campaign against Sassuolo when the two teams meet on Sunday morning.

I Biancocelesti remain in fifth despite their poor run of results, but they could fall to seventh if results go against them this weekend.

Thankfully for Maurizio Sarri's side, Sassuolo have not won since October in Serie A, and a run of six games without success means they are hovering dangerously close to the relegation zone.

Sassuolo will hope to avoid an unwanted record on Sunday, having not lost four on the spin in Serie A since 2016, but the signs are not positive.

They are known for their slow starts, having only scored two goals in the opening 30 minutes of matches. On the other hand, Lazio have scored 12 during this time, and they are good value to be leading at half-time at 7/4.

Top four in Atletico's sights

WhatAlmeria v Atletico Madrid
WherePower Horse Stadium
When15:15, Sunday 15th January
How to watchViaplay Sports 2 / LaLigaTV
OddsAlmeria 4/1, Draw 11/4, Atletico Madrid 7/10

Atletico Madrid travel to Almeria on Sunday with a point to prove, as Diego Simeone's side try to move back into the top four in La Liga.

Atleti will need the likes of Villarreal and Real Betis to lose if they are to return to the top four, while they must focus on their own performance after a miserable few weeks in the Spanish top-flight.

Simeone's men have only won one of their previous five in La Liga and they lost their first game back after the World Cup break to Barcelona. There is no shame in that but Atleti badly need three points on Sunday.

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On their travels, they have only lost two in 10 on the road, but both of those defeats have come in their last two encounters away from the capital.

It looks tough to pick a winner in Sunday's tie, and it may pay to go against previous trends. Both teams to score have not landed in the last three meetings, but Almeria have scored three goals in three of their previous five.

Odds of 10/11 are available for Both Teams To Score, and it looks like a sensible play due to the recent performances of both sides.

Goals on the cards in Rennes

WhatRennes v Paris Saint-Germain
WhereRoazhon Park
When19:45, Sunday 15th January
How to watchBT Sport 3
OddsRennes 17/4, Draw 15/4, PSG 8/15

Ligue 1's feature game on Sunday could live up to the hype as Rennes face Paris Saint-Germain.

The most prolific home side in the division welcomes the high-scoring away team, and we could be in for a real treat on Sunday evening.

Rennes' top-three hopes were handed a blow on Wednesday when they lost 2-1 to Clermont, but they did end up with nine men.

Thankfully for Bruno Genesio's side, they return to familiar surroundings, and they have won eight straight matches at Roazhon Park. During that time, they have found the back of the net on 23 occasions, and that should give them hope that they can get a result against the Ligue 1 champions.

PSG started the year with a defeat on their travels as Lens beat them 3-1, but that is the only blemish on their record since March on the road.

While both teams should be able to find the back of the net, PSG's impressive away record is enough evidence to suggest they can come out on top, and an away win with both sides scoring is 2/1.

Mourinho's men should be tough to break down

WhatRoma v Fiorentina
WhereStadio Olimpico
When19:45, Sunday 15th January
How to watchBT Sport 2
OddsRoma 1/1, Draw 12/5, Fiorentina 13/5

Two of the biggest teams in Serie A will meet on Sunday night as Roma welcome Fiorentina to the capital.

Jose Mourinho's side are eight points ahead of Fiorentina ahead of kick-off and, if results go their way, Roma can move up as high as fifth this weekend.

I Giallorossi have made a decent start to 2023 and they remain unbeaten in all competitions since they returned to domestic action.

Mourinho's side recorded successive wins without conceding at home to Bologna and Genoa, while they picked up an impressive point on the road in a 2-2 draw against AC Milan.

Fiorentina's away record is nothing to boast about, with I Viola losing six of their previous 10 in Serie A.

Mourinho's tactics will look to frustrate the visitors, and they should be able to grab all three points without conceding, with a home win to nil priced at 12/5.

The head-to-head record also backs up that claim, with Roma winning eight of their last 10 Serie A games against Fiorentina at the Stadio Olimpico.

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