Fill your boots: 5 best BTTS from Tuesday night's games
From Stade Louis II to St James Park, these midweek European and Football League fixtures promise goals at both ends.
Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid –
There’s no safer bet in world football than these two sides scoring against each other.
Real lost 1-0 to Betis last week, ending an incredible scoring run that lasted 73 games, but bounced back by beating Alaves 2-1 away from home at the weekend.
It’s hard to imagine Real failing to score again any time soon, and they should let in a few at the other end when they travel to in-form Dortmund.
Peter Bosz’s side have scored in all but one of their games this season, and have banged in 13 in three at home.
Napoli v Feyenoord –
Serie A leaders Napoli have been prolific this season, scoring two goals or more in all but one of their games.
The Italian side have been a bit leaky at the back, however, and let in two against SPAL at the weekend.
They could again struggle to keep a clean sheet against Feyenoord, who opened the season in fine form with 13 goals in their first five games.
They’ve suffered a drought in their last three, although one of those matches was against Manchester City, and another saw them lose to PSV after having Steven Berghuis sent off early on.
Monaco v Porto –
Even without Kylian Mbappe, Monaco have been one of Europe’s highest-scoring sides this season.
They’ve scored in all but one of their games so far, and have netted 12 in three at home.
A clean sheet is unlikely against Porto, who have scored in every game so far and bagged seven in their last two.
Having conceded in each of their last three, the Portuguese side’s chances of keeping Monaco out are similarly slim.
Barnsley v QPR –
Barnsley have scored in five of their six home games in all competitions this season, and have netted three or more goals on three occasions.
Paul Heckingbottom’s side have also kept just one clean sheet at Oakwell so far – a 3-0 win over Sunderland in August.
They could struggle to keep out a QPR side that played in six successive BTTS games before drawing 0-0 with Burton on Saturday.
The visitors have scored in three of their four away games and have also failed to keep a clean sheet on their travels this season.
Exeter v Notts County –
Goals are guaranteed when League Two’s third- and fourth-highest scorers meet on Tuesday night.
Exeter have scored in every one of their home games this season, including a 3-0 win over Crewe last time they played at St James Park.
Notts County have scored in four of five on the road, putting four past Wycombe and three past Scunthorpe on their travels.
The league leaders have only fired one blank all season – the first game of the campaign against Coventry – and beat Lincoln 4-1 last time out.