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Fiorentina v Torino (14:00)

Fiorentina lost 2-1 to Cagliari last time out, meaning they’ve now scored and conceded in six successive matches – a run that includes 3-3 draws against both Inter Milan and Atalanta.

They now face a Torino side that have scored in four consecutive matches, bagging nine goals in total.

BTTS has landed in four of the last five league meetings between these sides, including a 1-1 draw in Turin in October.

Neuchatel Xamax v FC Thun (15:00)

The Swiss Super League has been the home of goals this season, and Sunday’s game in Neuchatel looks a BTTS banker, with both sides scoring and conceding in over 70 per cent of their matches to date.

Thun are the joint-most reliable BTTS side in the division, with goals at both ends in 21 of their 25 league matches so far, including each of their last seven.

Neuchatel Xamax, meanwhile, are yet to keep a clean sheet in 12 home games this season, getting on the scoresheet in 11 of those.

Sevilla v Valencia (15:15)

Sevilla have been fantastic at home recently, scoring at least twice in each of their last seven games at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan, the most recent of which was a 5-2 win over Real Sociedad.

They’ve also kept just one clean sheet in their last six matches, conceding eight goals in their last three at home.

More goals are likely on Sunday given that BTTS has landed in five of Valencia’s last six away matches.

Eintracht Frankfurt v Stuttgart (17:00)

Only Bayern Munich have managed to stop Frankfurt scoring at home this season, and Adi Hutter’s side will surely find the net against Stuttgart on Sunday.

The visitors are without a clean sheet in 13 Bundesliga matches, but have scored in nine of their last 10.

Stuttgart’s last five league games have all seen goals at both ends, and they managed to find the net against both Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund away from home.

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