Espanyol v Real Madrid –

Espanyol can trouble Real Madrid, having scored in eight of their last 10 home matches, including against Atletico Madrid and in two separate games against Barcelona.

Zinedine Zidane’s side have conceded seven goals in their last four away matches, with Saturday’s clean sheet against Alaves at the Bernabeu their first in nine matches in all competitions.

Real have, though, scored 20 goals in their last seven outings on the road, including 1-4, 2-2, 3-5 and 1-3 scorelines in their last four, so will surely net themselves.

AFC Wimbledon v Blackburn –

Blackburn’s attacking firepower is beyond doubt.

Danny Graham and Adam Armstrong have both hit form in a run that has seen Rovers score twice in four consecutive matches, while they have only failed to score once in 20 league games.

They are without a clean sheet in six away matches, however, so should concede to AFC Wimbledon, who have only failed to score against Wigan in their last 11 home outings.

Peterborough v Walsall –

Peterborough have just sacked Grant McCann, but their attack-heavy squad lends itself to goals at both ends, regardless of who is in charge.

Posh have only failed to net in one of their last 11 matches at London Road, but have kept only three clean sheets on that run, conceding at least once in each of their last four.

Only Oldham have been involved in more BTTS matches than Walsall in League One this season, with the Saddlers scoring and conceding in six of their last eight.

Wycombe v Coventry –

Wycombe’s last six home matches have featured goals at both ends, with the last three finishing 4-3, 3-2 and 2-4.

The visit of Coventry is likely to extend that sequence.

Mark Robins’ side equalised in the second half with 10 men at Mansfield on Saturday, meaning they have scored and conceded in their last four away games. media

*Odds subject to change.