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Hoffenheim v RB Leipzig (14:30)

After Tuesday’s 3-1 win at Hannover, BTTS has landed in every one of Hoffenheim’s seven matches this season.

Julien Nagelsmann’s side won their first home match of the season 3-1 against Freiburg, before conceding to the 10 men of Borussia Dortmund in a 1-1 draw a week ago.

Given that there have also been goals at both ends in all four of RB Leipzig’s Bundesliga matches, it would be an enormous surprise if this one didn’t follow suit.

Arsenal v Watford (15:00)

Given how Everton won the ball back high up the pitch and created chances at the Emirates last weekend, Arsenal should be fearful of the fact that no Premier League team has completed more turnovers in the opposition’s half than Watford this season.

It is that power and physical fitness that has allowed the Hornets to score in every Premier League match so far this season, with BTTS landing against Tottenham and Manchester United.

While only three top-tier teams have allowed more shots on their goal at home than Arsenal this campaign, it would be a major surprise were they not to score for the 28th consecutive home game against a team outside the big six.

Preston v West Brom (15:00)

Preston’s last four home matches have finished 2-2, 2-2, 2-3 and 2-2, and more of the same can be expected on Saturday.

Alex Neil’s side have conceded at least twice in all of their last seven league games overall, but that they rank fifth for shots on target at home suggests that their attacking returns are sustainable, too.

West Brom are three goals clear as the Championship’s top scorers this season, with Harvey Barnes and Dwight Gayle particularly impressing, but are without a clean sheet on the road.

Swindon v Oldham (15:00)

After a 2-1 defeat to Bury a fortnight ago, BTTS has landed in every one of Swindon’s four home league games this season.

Phil Brown’s side have not yet failed to score in a league match this season. However, given that only four League Two teams have conceded more shots on target at home, they are also likely to concede in this one.

Oldham have scored three goals in both of their last two games, netting six in four away matches this term.

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