Watford v Arsenal –
Considering Watford’s sprightly start to the season, and the fact that Arsenal could be missing Laurent Koscielny and Sead Kolasinac as well as Shkodran Mustafi, a home goal in this game is likely.
Inspired by in-form forward Richarlison, the Hornets have scored as many goals as Arsene Wenger’s side this season, including three at home to Liverpool in August.
The Gunners are naturally a good bet for a goal themselves, having netted nine goals in their last four games.
Alaves v Real Sociedad –
There have been three or more goals in every Real Socieded match this season, with both teams scoring in seven of their nine matches – most recently a 4-4 draw with Real Betis.
And away at Alaves, La Liga’s entertainers are not about to slow down.
The hosts are in good form going forward, scoring against Real Madrid before beating Levante 2-0, but have conceded seven goals in three home games this term.
Juventus v Lazio –
The first of a thrilling Serie A double-header on Saturday is a BTTS guarantee largely because of Lazio’s away record this season.
Simone Inzaghi’s side have scored 11 goals in four matches on the road so far, and put three past Juventus in the Super Cup in August.
The Serie A champions scored twice in that game, however, and have themselves scored 11 goals in four home games.
Roma v Napoli –
Napoli are arguably Europe’s most attractive side at the moment, and will seldom fail to score in Serie A this season.
Maurizio Sarri’s side have netted a whopping 13 goals in four league away matches this term, including four at Lazio.
They have also conceded five in their last three, which opens the door for Roma and, in particular, Edin Dzeko, who has scored in his last five club matches.