Getafe v Real Sociedad –

Getafe have scored in seven of their nine La Liga games this season, and registered against Barcelona and Real Madrid at home.

Getafe have also kept just two clean sheets, with both sides scoring in each of their last three league matches.

A high-scoring game is likely when they play Real Sociedad, who have netted 16 in six away games in all competitions, and conceded 14 in their last six in the league.

Vitesse v PSV –

Vitesse have been Holland’s second-most reliable BTTS side, with both teams scoring in seven of their nine Eredivisie games so far.

That includes all four of their games at the GelreDome, where they host PSV – the league’s highest scorers – on Sunday.

Phillip Cocu’s side have bagged 19 goals in their last four matches, and are also yet to keep a clean sheet away from home.

Udinese v Atalanta –

Goals are guaranteed when either of these sides are on the pitch.

Both teams have scored in seven of Udinese’s 10 Serie A matches this season, the joint-highest proportion in the league, along with – you guessed it – Atalanta.

Luigi Delneri’s side have registered in every home game this season, including a 6-2 defeat to Juventus last weekend, and now meet Atalanta, who have been involved in five successive BTTS games on the road.

Sampdoria v Chievo –

No team has been able to stop Sampdoria at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, where they’ve won five out of five and scored at least twice in every game.

Expect them to find the net against Chievo side that let in four against Milan in midweek.

The Gialloblu did get on the scoresheet in that game, however, and have not scored against Milan, Fiorentina and Lazio this season.

They should manage to register again on Sunday, given that Sampdoria have conceded seven in their last four.


*Odds subject to change.