Atalanta v Napoli –

Atalanta are almost guaranteed scorers at home.

They have found the net in 13 successive games in all competitions at their own ground, with Roma the only side to keep them out all season.

The [insert nickname] have conceded six goals in their last three home matches, and have been involved in 14 BTTS games this season – the joint-most in Serie A.

Expect goals at both ends when they host Napoli, who have scored in all but one of their 14 away games.

Southampton v Tottenham –

Both teams have scored in each of Southampton’s last five home games, and that run should extend to six against Spurs.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side have scored 18 goals in their last six matches, and kept just two clean sheets in their last nine away from home.

Spurs won 5-2 when these sides met at Wembley on Boxing Day, and, while we might not see seven goals this time, both teams should again manage to score.

Real Sociedad v Celta Vigo –

Real Sociedad and Celta Vigo have each been involved in 13 BTTS games this season – the most of any side in La Liga.

Sociedad have conceded 13 goals in their last five home games, and only once have failed to score the at Anoeta Stadium this term.

Celta Vigo, meanwhile, have kept just two away clean sheets all season, and have netted in 11 of 12 on the road.

Lyon v PSG –

Coming off an 8-0 win over Dijon, it’s safe to say that PSG will score this weekend.

They should also concede against a Lyon side that have only been kept off the scoresheet once at Parc OL all season.

PSG have only kept two clean sheets in their last eight away from home, so this one should be a banker.


*Odds subject to change.