Fenerbahce v Antalyaspor (17:00)

Fenerbahce have only failed to score in one of their 16 home matches in the Super Lig this season – a 0-0 draw with Istanbul Basaksehir back in October.

They’ve also kept just two clean sheets in the 12 home games since then, conceding in each of their last six.

Antalyaspor beat Yeni Malatyaspor 3-0 last Saturday, meaning they’ve now got on the scoresheet in seven of their last eight games.

Brann v Rosenborg (19:00)

Eight of Brann’s 10 league games this season have seen goals at both ends, the most of any side in the Norwegian top flight.

They’ve scored on nine occasions so far and are yet to keep a clean sheet at home.

Rosenborg beat Mjondalen 3-2 last weekend and have conceded nine goals in their last four away games.

Inter Milan v Empoli (19:30)

Empoli have been involved in 24 BTTS matches in Serie A this season, the most of any side.

They beat Torino 4-1 last weekend, and have now scored in seven of their last eight games.

Inter lost 4-1 at Napoli last weekend, meaning they’ve conceded in four of their last six matches, and have also found the net in five of their last seven at home.

SPAL v AC Milan (19:30)

SPAL have scored in 10 successive Serie A matches, a run that includes a 4-2 win over Empoli, a 4-0 thrashing of Chievo and a 3-2 defeat to Udinese last weekend.

Leonaro Semplici’s side have scored and conceded in six of their last seven home matches, and now face Milan, who have only kept one clean sheet in their last eight away trips.

The Rossoneri have scored in 14 of their last 16 league games, a run that started with their 2-1 home win over SPAL in December.


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