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Groningen v Vitesse (13:30)

Groningen beat Heracles 3-0 in their last home match, taking their tally to 11 goals in their last four on their own patch.

Having kept just two clean sheets in nine home games this season, they now face Vitesse, who drew 2-2 with Heerenveen last weekend.

BTTS has landed in each of Vitesse’s last nine league games, and they are without a clean sheet in seven away trips.

Werder Bremen v Augsburg (14:30)

This meeting of the Bundesliga’s second- and third-most reliable BTTS sides promises plenty of goals.

Werder Bremen have scored in all 24 of their matches in all competitions this season, keeping just one clean sheet in their last 14.

Augsburg beat Mainz 3-0 last weekend and have found the net in five of their last six league games.

Thun v Young Boys (15:00)

Young Boys won 3-2 when these sides met in Bern in December, and the reverse fixture should see a similar scoreline.

Thun have scored in all 19 of their Swiss Super League matches this season, conceding in 15 of those.

Young Boys also have a 100 per cent scoring record in the league and have bagged at least three goals in eight consecutive away matches.

Valencia v Real Sociedad (15:15)

Valencia have scored and conceded in seven of their last eight La Liga matches, including last weekend’s 2-2 draw with Barcelona.

Marcelino’s side have only failed to score in two of their 11 league matches at the Mestalla, while keeping just three clean sheets in the process.

Real Sociedad have score two goals or more in four of their last five matches, and they’ve kept just two clean sheets away from home this season.

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