For all the quality they have, Bilbao have managed just a win in the season, having played 14 matches. They can only hope week 15 comes with better tidings. Bilbao last won in August. It was a home win and they will be looking to make it two in front of their home fans. Their home form has not been superb in the recent times; they have managed just seven wins in the last 27 league matches at home and for a team that has conceded 23 goals in 14 league matches, they have a long way to go. They face a Girona side that not only has the league’s top scorer in Christian Stuani, but is also undefeated in the last eight matches. They are unbeaten in six league matches, having managed three wins and as many draws. Going to this game, they have managed five league wins in the 14 played and will be seeking their seventh straight unbeaten outing away from home in La Liga, after managing three wins and three draws in the opening six this season, Girona are also unbeaten in their nine away league matches, stretching back to last season. Probably Girona will not lose
Inter Milan go into this game knowing even a win might not take them into the last sixteen of the Champions League. Inter will be hoping of course that Tottenham do what most teams in the Champions League do and fail to win in Barcelona. Inter are unbeaten in their last seven home games and their last three in the Champions League. PSV have only one point in this group and are already doomed to finish bottom. Both of their away games have been lost and they were defeated 2-1 by Inter in the reverse fixture. Inter can be backed to get the home win here.