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Torino vs. Fiorentina (Sunday, 11:30 a.m. BST)
Torino have lost just once at home this season (1-0 to Juventus in September) and taken points off several big-name teams in front of their home fans. Roma, Hellas Verona and Inter Milan all dropped points at Torino, which certainly isn't what Fiorentina fans will want to hear, especially given that the visitors have won just one of their past three road games. Fiorentina, though, have won their last three Serie A games by a combined score of 5-0, and their defensive solidity here should do enough to earn them a huge point.
Prediction: Torino 0-0 Fiorentina
Aston Villa vs. Arsenal (Monday, 8 p.m. BST)
Aston Villa might have beaten Arsenal earlier in the season at the Emirates Stadium, but that was before Mesut Ozil arrived and Aaron Ramsey started to break out, and you could argue that the loss only happened in the end after a Laurent Koscielny brain-snap. The North Londoners still have some injury problems at the moment like they did earlier in the season, but they are a much stronger team now and should extend their position on top of the table against a Villa team that's won just twice away from home since September.
Prediction: Aston Villa 1-2 Arsenal
Villarreal vs. Real Sociedad (Monday, 9 p.m. BST)
Villarreal might have delivered a disappointing performance in the Copa del Rey during the week, but Marcelino Garcia Toral's side are in great touch at the moment in terms of the league. Both of their home defeats this season have been relatively close-fought, and while Real Sociedad's quick counter-attacking game suits them better to playing on the road than at home, the hosts should be too strong here both in attack and defense (which has conceded just 11 goals all season).
Prediction: Villarreal 1-0 Real Sociedad
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