SPAL v Hellas Verona – (14:00)

Both of these sides are currently in the relegation zone but have been sharing the goals out recently.

SPAL managed to bag in a 3-1 defeat at Roma last time out, and both teams have scored in eight of their last 10 league games.

Verona were kept out for the first time in six games last weekend, but there have been goals at both ends in four of their last six.

Hannover v Hoffenheim – (16:30)

Hannover have only failed to find the net once in their last eight matches in the Bundesliga, scoring against Dortmund, Leipzig and Bayern.

They have also conceded in seven of those matches and kept just one clean sheet in 10.

Hoffenheim have been similarly poor defensively, only shutting out their opposition once in their last 14 in all competitions.

Real Betis v Atletico Madrid – (15:15)

When Betis are at home, you can rely on goals.

Los Verdiblancos followed up two consecutive 2-2 draws on their own patch with a 5-3 defeat to Cadiz, while they also lost 6-3 to Valencia in October.

Things should be no different on Sunday, given that Atletico Madrid have only failed to score once in 11.

Ajax v PSV – (15:45)

This one looks a banker, considering that both teams have netted in five of Ajax’s last six league games.

Marcel Keizer’s hosts have also scored 16 goals in their last three.

PSV have scored in each of their last 10 matches, and both teams have bagged in four of their last five away games.