Everton v West Ham –

Everton have been shocking defensively since David Unsworth took charge, conceding 20 goals in seven games under his watch.

Unsworth’s first clean sheet is unlikely to come against West Ham, who have scored in six of their last eight Premier League games.

The Hammers have also struggled at the back recently with no clean sheets in their last six league matches so, given that Everton have the third-highest BTTS percentage in the division, there should be goals at both ends.

Stoke v Liverpool –

Only Everton have conceded more goals than Stoke in the Premier League this season, so Liverpool – the division’s third-highest scorers – will surely get on the scoresheet on Wednesday night.

The Potters should also find the net, given Jurgen Klopp’s side are yet to keep a clean sheet away from home in the league.

The Reds let in three against Watford, five against Manchester City and four against Spurs this term, so it’s worth backing Stoke to notch at least one.

Nantes v Monaco –

Both teams have scored in six of Nantes’ last seven games in all competitions, and they should add to that tally on Wednesday night.

Les Canaris have registered in 10 of their last 11 matches, and now face a Monaco side that have conceded six in their last two.

The French champions are reliable scorers too, having netted in eight of their nine away games this season.

Las Palmas v Deportivo –

Las Palmas have conceded 12 goals in their last four home games, and haven’t kept a clean sheet anywhere since 17 September.

They did manage to score when these sides met at the end of October, though, and should do so again given the away side’s defensive struggles.

Deportivo have kept just one away clean sheet this season, and have conceded two or more goals in four of six games on the road.