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Ancona are an ace bet to beat listless Lecce on Sunday in Serie A.
While it's true to say that the Del Conero crew are as good as relegated already, that doesn't mean Ancona can't register their first win of the campaign against equally ordinary opposition.
New home coach Giovanni Galeone has yet to see the best of the likes of Milan Rapajc and Mario Jardel, but if they turn it on this weekend it could be a historic moment for the Scudetto strugglers.
Corrado Grabbi is likely to be out after limping off last time out against Milan, where his team mates conceded five goals in the last half an hour to leave the San Siro empty handed.
The arrival of keeper Magnus Hedman on loan from Celtic should prevent too many more cricket scores occuring, and he'll be keen to make an impression in order to maintain his international status as Sweden's number one cat.
Lecce are in no position to take the moral high ground at Ancona. They are only seven points ahead of them, and the travellers are by no means certain of avoiding the fate that awaits their hosts at the end of this season.
Lecce are also without two key midfield players for the battle ahead. Both Marco Cassetti and Sebastiano Siviglia are suspended for this one, and that could spell trouble for a side that has registered a feeble tally of just four points on the road this season.
Ancona won't be staging any great escapes, but they surely can't remain the only team in a major European League without a win all season for much longer. Back them to finally break their duck.
In the Bundesliga, the most intriguing betting event by some way is the contest between Freiburg and Bayer Leverkusen at the Dreisamstadion.
The Winter break means we have no recent form lines to follow, but a small investment in Freiburg definitely looks the way to go.
The hosts are a very capable side on their own patch, winning six of the nine league matches on their manor in the first half of the current campaign.
The goals against column looks worrying, but bear in mind that they conceded six just before Christmas, in an unusually charitable display against Bayern Munich.
If they shake that blip, Freiburg will certainly test Leverkusen - the hosts put four past Bochum before the Munich result.
Leverkusen are no joke themselves. They only lost one Bundesliga game away from home before the break and will be looking for a sensible result to keep up with the leading pack.
New signing Jermaine Jones isn't available for the visitors, who could well find any points beyond them here.
In Spain, there's a bit of value to be had about Albacete, who can force a draw at the nutty Nou Camp.
According to press speculation, Barcelona are in the midst of considering a massive clear out. It is alleged that this could include the likes of Patrick Kluivert, Philip Cocu and Michael Reiziger, so the mood could be one of deep gloom this weekend.
That's in stark contrast to the outlook in Albacete, where a string of good performances have confounded the same pundits who predicted an immediate drop from La Liga for the newly-promoted team.
Albacete have forced four stalemates in the last six games, including 1-1 results against Osasuna and Atletico Madrid, and have every chance of avoiding a relegation dog-fight if they keep this sort of run up for a while longer.