AC Milan v Lazio –

Lazio are Serie A’s highest scorers this season, with 57 goals in just 22 games.

Simone Inzaghi’s side have also kept just one clean sheet in their last 11 away games in all competitions, and lost 2-1 when these sides met in the league at the weekend.

Milan have scored in six of their last eight home games, so a similar scoreline looks likely.

Feyenoord v PSV –

There have been goals at both ends in each of Feyenoord’s last five home games in all competitions, and that should become six here.

The Dutch champions have only failed to score in one of their last 10 games and have also kept no clean sheets in their last six.

Given that PSV have scored in 15 of their last 16 games against Eredivisie sides and kept just two away clean sheets all season, this one is a banker.

Tottenham v Manchester United –

Spurs have found the net in 16 consecutive games in all competitions, dating back to their 2-0 defeat to Arsenal in November.

Harry Kane, meanwhile, has netted six goals in his last four games, meaning the hosts are likely to score again when they host Manchester United at Wembley.

Jose Mourinho’s side – bolstered by the arrival of Alexis Sanchez – are also worth backing get on the scoresheet, having notched 19 in their last eight away games.

Monaco v Montpellier –

Monaco are the second-highest scorers in Ligue 1, having bagged 53 goals in 23 games this season.

They have scored 33 in 12 at home, as well as 12 of their last 13 games in all competitions.

Leonardo Jardim’s side have, however, been leaky at the back recently, conceding eight goals in their last four.

Expect goals at both ends when they play Montpellier, who have scored in five of their last six away games, only failing to find the net against PSG.