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Utrecht v PEC Zwolle –

There were goals at both ends in 24 of Utrecht’s 34 league matches last season, the second-most in the Eredivisie.

They kept just one clean sheet in their last 16 matches of the campaign, and were beaten 4-0 by PSV last Saturday.

PEC Zwolle’s defence are just as bad. They conceded one goal more than Utrecht last season and lost 3-2 to Heerenveen in their first game of this term.

Heerenveen v Vitesse –

Only two Eredivisie teams were involved in more BTTS games than Heerenveen last season, with both sides scoring in 22 of their 34 league matches.

Jan Olde Riekerink’s side’s last three matches of the 2017/18 campaign finished 2-3, 4-3 and 1-2, and they continued that form last Friday with a 3-2 win over Zwolle.

Expect another high-scoring game against Vitesse, who have bagged 10 goals and kept no clean sheets in their four league and European matches this season.

Torino v Roma –

Torino were the joint-second most reliable BTTS side in Serie A last season, while both teams scored in five of their final six matches of the campaign.

That trend should continue this season after they put four past Cosenza in the Coppa Italia last weekend, with star striker Andrea Belotti getting on the scoresheet twice.

Torino kept a clean sheet in that game, but it’s hard to see them keeping out Roma, who failed to score just three times away from home last term.

Olympique Nimes v Marseille –

Nimes scored in 12 of their last 13 matches in Ligue 2 last season to secure promotion, and opened this campaign with a 4-3 win over Angers last week.

Les Crocodiles averaged two goals a game at home last term, and now face Marseille, whose last five away games of last season produced goals at both ends.

L’OM also failed to score in just two away games last season and beat Toulouse 4-0 last week, so they look certain to net against the promoted side on Sunday.

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