Real Madrid v Barcelona –
By their standards, Real Madrid have suffered this season, but their goalscoring form at the Bernabeu is still outstanding.
Zinedine Zidane’s side have scored 19 goals in their last six home matches, and 10 in their last five when hosting Barcelona.
Fortunately, the visitors have scored in all of those games, too, and will extend their 100 per cent scoring record in La Liga on Saturday.
QPR v Bristol City –
QPR have scored in 12 of their 13 home games this season, and that impressive strike rate should continue against Bristol City.
The Rs have also conceded in eight of their 11 league matches at Loftus Road, so there is little doubt that visitors will find the net, too.
Lee Johnson’s side have scored at least twice in eight of their last 10 matches to move up to third in the table, and have both scored and conceded in their last five.
Rotherham v MK Dons –
Rotherham’s results may be erratic, but their goalscoring is remarkably consistent.
Paul Warne’s side have scored in 10 consecutive home matches, and only failed to net against top-six sides Blackburn, Bradford and Charlton since August.
MK Dons have scored 13 goals in their last five away matches – netting at least once in all of them – and have only failed to score in an EFL Trophy match since the end of October.
SPAL v Torino –
SPAL have found a bit form after a difficult start to life in Serie A, scoring in three consecutive matches, including two goals in both of their last two.
And with Torino in town, who have both scored and conceded in seven of their last nine games, more entertainment is a guarantee.
The visitors have netted three at Lazio, once against Napoli, and twice at Roma in their last three matches.