- Senegal v Algeria (Monday)
- Afcon 2017: Grant pleased by 'mature' performance
- Guinea-Bissau v Burkina Faso
- Cameroon v Gabon
- Afcon 2017: Uganda taught hard lesson - coach Micho
- El Said knocks Uganda out with late winner for Egypt
- Afcon 2017: Ghana hold on to reach quarter-finals
- Afcon 2017: Fate 'all in our hands' - Emmanuel Adebayor
- Joel Matip: Broos hopes defender will return for Cameroon
- Afcon 2017: Pitches causing injuries - Avram Grant
- Afcon 2017: Renard must 'forget' bond with Ivorians
- Morocco win to set up crucial decider with Ivory Coast
- Joel Matip: Liverpool centre-back is cleared to play by Fifa
- Ivory Coast fight back to deny DR Congo
- Afcon 2017: Avram Grant set to leave Ghana job after tournament
- Afcon: Senegal's Diouf cautious over Afcon chances
- Senegal book place in Afcon quarter-finals
- Afcon 2017: Tunisia see off neighbours Algeria
- Afcon 2017: Ghana's Baba Rahman leaves Afcon because of injury
- Nigeria keen on England U20 striker Ademola Lookman
Atletico Bilbao vs Malaga
Malaga have picked up one point from the last available 12, with the hosts struggling to put together a run of form.
Javi Gracia's men have scored merely two goals in the same period, with both coming in a 2-2 draw against Granada last time out.
Athletic Club are in a solid run of form, with Ernesto Valverde's side winning all but one of their last five games.
Prediction:Athletic Club 2:1 Malaga
Peterborough United v Luton
Peterborough United have been thoroughly impressive since
Graham Westley took charge and they are scoring a lot of
goals. This price would look attractive against a team from
the lower reaches of the League One table, let alone a side
who are struggling a level below.
John Still remains in charge of Luton despite speculation
surrounding his future at the club, with the team getting a
3-0 pounding at the hands of Newport last weekend and
they have a much tougher assignment against Posh
this time around.
prediction : peterborough 2-1 Luton