Rotherham v Millwall (12:30)

Rotherham were beaten 3-2 at home to Hull in midweek and this game should provide a similar level of entertainment.

The Millers have conceded 10 goals after just four games in the Championship – the second-most behind QPR, who lost 7-1 last weekend – and have been involved in three BTTS games out of five in all competitions.

Three of Millwall’s four league games have ended with both teams scoring. So, even though they should find the net, it is unlikely they will keep a clean sheet.

Watford v Crystal Palace (13:30)

Crystal Palace put two past Fulham on the opening day and did enough to score in a decent performance against Liverpool on Monday.

That 2-0 defeat was only the second time the Eagles have failed to score in 12 Premier League matches.

Watford have hit five goals in their first two league games of the season, so should also bag.

Dortmund v RB Leipzig (17:00)

Both teams scored in 23 of Leipzig’s 34 league games last season – more matches than any other Bundesliga side.

The Red Bulls’ last seven league matches of the 2017/18 campaign included 2-3, 1-4, 2-5, 4-1 and 2-6 scorelines, while they won this fixture 3-2 last October.

Dortmund had goals at both ends in 58.82 per cent of their Bundesliga matches, so BTTS looks guaranteed on Sunday.

Girona v Real Madrid (21:15)

Real Madrid beat Girona 6-3 when these sides last met in April and both sides should score again.

After the visitors’ 2-0 win over Getafe on the opening day, they have now scored in 20 consecutive matches in all competitions.

But Real Madrid have kept just four clean sheets in that sequence, so Girona should do their bit as well.


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