From San Sebastian to Sheffield, these games from around Europe promise goals at both ends of the pitch.
Sampdoria v AC Milan –
Sampdoria have only failed to score once this season – a 0-0 draw at Verona in midweek.
Their record of nine goals in the previous four games, however, suggests they’ll return to form in front of goal on Sunday.
Milan have scored in every game this season, and including 11 in five away games in all competitions.
With strikers Patrick Cutrone and Nikola Kalinic available, they should also manage to get on the scoresheet at least once.
Sheffield Wednesday v Sheffield United –
Sheffield Wednesday are fast becoming BTTS favourites, with both sides scoring in eight of their 10 games this season, including the last five.
Carlos Carvalhal’s side have scored five in their last two home games, and should again find the net against their local rivals.
United are also a safe bet to score, having registered in five of their last six games and bagged three in two away from home.
Fiorentina v Atalanta –
Anyone who watched Atalanta’s 3-0 win over Everton knows the Italian side are excellent going forward.
They followed that Europa League victory up with a 1-1 draw at Chievo and a 5-1 defeat of Crotone, and look difficult to stop at the moment.
La Dea are yet to keep a Serie A clean sheet, however, and that’s unlikely to change against Fiorentina.
La Viola have scored seven in their last three, and have both scored and conceded in each of their two home games.
Real Sociedad v Valencia –
Sociedad lost 3-1 to Real Madrid last weekend, taking their tally in La Liga to 11 goals in four games.
La Real have scored three goals or more on four occasions this season, and have bagged eight in three at home.
They’ve conceded a few at the other end, and should do so again when they face a Valencia side that netted five against Malaga last time out.
*Odds subject to change