Nottingham Forest v Cardiff –

Forest have been reliable scorers at home this season, netting in nine of their 10 games at the City Ground, including nine times in their last four.

So they should register against a Cardiff side that have kept just two clean sheets in their last eight games away from home.

The Bluebirds did manage to score in six of those eight away trips, though, so ought to fulfil their side of the bargain this weekend.

Villarreal v Sevilla –

El Madrigal has played host to plenty of high-scoring games this season, with Villarreal scoring twice or more in six of their seven home games.

They’ll surely get on the scoresheet against a Sevilla team that have conceded 14 in their last six away games, with their only clean sheet in that run coming against third-division side Cartagena in the Copa del Rey.

The visitors are also a pretty safe bet to score since there have been goals at both ends in each of their last five matches, including their 3-3 draw against Liverpool in midweek.

Valencia v Barcelona –

Valencia have been the second-best team in Spain this season, having won eight successive league games and scored at least twice in every single one.

Barcelona are the only team above them having won 11 of 12 so far, with the only exception a 1-1 draw away at Atletico.

Sunday’s top-of-the-table clash will surely be high-scoring, given Valencia have notched 15 goals in their last four  games at the Mestalla and Barca have scored 13 in six away from home.

Monaco v PSG –

PSG have bagged 21 goals in their last four games, and will surely score against Monaco, who let in four at home to Leipzig last time out.

The Ligue 1 champions have registered in eight of their nine home matches so far, though, and should manage to breach a PSG defence that conceded inside a minute against Celtic in midweek.

Unai Emery’s side earned a 2-1 win when these teams last met in the Trophee des Champions in August, and a similar scoreline is a safe bet on Sunday.