Leicester v Manchester City –
After scoring in 17 consecutive matches at the King Power Stadium, Leicester’s goal threat is undeniable.
The Foxes put two past Everton in their last home match – Claude Puel’s first in charge – and netted four against Manchester City in this fixture last season.
Why the visitors will also score requires no explanation.
Oldham v Rochdale –
Since sacking John Sheridan as manager, Oldham have scored 22 goals in 10 matches, including two four-goal hauls.
And the entertainment is unlikely to stop for Saturday’s visit of Rochdale.
The Latics have conceded in eight of those matches, while Rochdale have scored in all of their last six.
Hoffenheim v Frankfurt –
The Bundesliga produces more BTTS matches than any of the other top five leagues in Europe, a stat positively influenced by these two sides.
Hoffenheim have not yet failed to score at home this season, and have conceded six goals in their previous three.
Frankfurt, meanwhile, have both scored and conceded in their last six league games.
Aberdeen v Motherwell –
Only Celtic have stopped Aberdeen from scoring at Pittodrie this season.
Derek McInnes’ side have scored at a rate of two goals per game in all of their other home league matches, while only keeping two clean sheets.
Motherwell have not failed to score away from home this season, and put three past Aberdeen in the League Cup in September.