Southampton v Crystal Palace –

There have been goals at both ends in 11 of Southampton’s Premier League games this season, the fifth-best BTTS ratio in the top flight.

Mauricio Pellegrino’s side have both scored and conceded in four successive home matches, and that run should continue against Palace.

The Eagles have shipped seven goals in their last six games, with Manchester City the only team to keep them out during that time thanks to a last-minute Ederson penalty save.

Wolves v Brentford –

Championship leaders Wolves are the league’s top scorers with 47 goals in 25 games this season, registering at least once in all but one of their 14 home games so far.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have also conceded three times in their last two, and will struggle to keep out a Brentford side that have been prolific away from home.

The Bees have bagged at least two goals in seven of their last eight games on the road, and have also conceded eight in their last four.

Queen of the South v Dumbarton –

Queen of the South have been involved in 12 BTTS games out of 18 this season, the highest proportion in the Scottish Championship.

Gary Naysmith’s side have lost back-to-back games 3-2, and have scored in five of their last seven matches while keeping just one clean sheet.

Expect another high-scoring game when they host Dumbarton, who have found the net in six of their last seven away trips and conceded in nine of 11.

Napoli v Atalanta –

Napoli have scored 20 goals in nine home league games this season, only failing to find the net against Inter, Juventus and Fiorentina.

The league leaders have also kept just one clean sheet in their last five at the Stadio San Paolo, and now take on an Atalanta side that have been involved in the second-most BTTS games in Serie A this season.

La Dea have scored in 11 of 12 away games in all competitions – including a 3-1 league defeat to Napoli in August – keeping just one clean sheet during that run.


*Odds subject to change.