Fill your boots: 4 BTTS bankers from the Champions League
From Rotterdam to the Red Bull Arena, these Wednesday night fixtures promise goals at both ends of the pitch.
Feyenoord v Manchester City -
Feyenoord have started the Eredivisie season with four successive wins, netting 12 times in the process.
The Dutch champions scored 86 goals last term – seven more than any other side – and 56 at home.
They should manage to find the net against a City side that only managed clean sheets against Steaua Bucharest and Borussia Monchengladbach in Europe last season, and who were poor at the back against Liverpool at the weekend until Sadio Mane was sent off.
Pep Guardiola’s side did score five against the Reds last weekend, though, and should have the firepower to bag at least one in Rotterdam.
Liverpool v Sevilla -
Expect Liverpool to respond to Sunday’s 5-0 defeat to City by sticking a few past Sevilla.
The Reds had netted eight in two games prior to that thumping in Manchester, which was their first game in seven without a goal.
Sevilla have scored in 11 consecutive games dating back to last season, and bagged three against Eibar last time out.
The Spanish side will surely breach a dodgy Liverpool defence that have already conceded in three against Watford and two against Hoffenheim this term.
Tottenham v Borussia Dortmund -
Spurs have kept no clean sheets in their last six games at temporary home ground Wembley.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have scored seven goals in their four matches so far this season, however, and they should net against a team that conceded 28 league goals in just 17 away games last term.
Dortmund have netted 11 times in five games this season, though, and it’s fair to assume they’ll also get on the scoresheet.
RB Leipzig v Monaco -
Leipzig – the Bundesliga’s third-highest scorers last season – have started the new campaign with 11 goals in four games in all competitions.
They are a safe bet to score against a Monaco side that conceded four away at Nice last time out.
The French champions, however, were the top scorers in the major European leagues last season and have netted 15 in six this term.
They have continued to be prolific even without Kylian Mbappe, too, with Radamel Falcao scoring seven times already.