Lazio v Udinese –

Lazio are Serie A’s highest scorers with 53 goals in 20 games so far.

They’ve scored 10 in their last two against SPAL and Chievo, but also conceded in each of those matches and have only kept two clean sheets in their last 11.

Expect goals at both ends when they play Udinese, who have been involved in three BTTS games in a row and scored in all of their away trips so far.

Utrecht v Feyenoord –

Utrecht have been involved in six consecutive BTTS games at home, and that should become seven when they host Feyenoord on Wednesday.

The visitors have scored 16 goals in their last six away games, with a 2-0 defeat to Ajax last time out the only time they’ve failed to register during that run.

Feyenoord have also only kept three clean sheets in their last 10 league games, so are likely to concede again here.

Sampdoria v Roma –

Sampdoria have scored at least twice in each of their last four games, including 3-2 defeats to Napoli and Benevento and a 3-1 win over Fiorentina last time out.

Marco Giampaolo’s side are Serie A’s joint-highest home scorers with 25 goals, finding the net in all but one of their 10 league games at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris this season.

Another high-scoring game is likely against a Roma side that have both scored and conceded in three league games in a row.

Arsenal v Chelsea –

Wednesday night’s League Cup semi-final second leg at the Emirates should be high-scoring, just like the 2-2 draw between these sides in the Premier League earlier this month.

The first leg ended 0-0, but, given each of these sides bagged four goals at the weekend, this one shouldn’t prove as cagey.

Arsenal have scored in 17 of 18 home games in all competitions this season, while Chelsea have only been held four times in 16 on the road.


*Odds subject to change.