Cardiff v Arsenal (13:30)

Arsenal scored three goals against West Ham at the weekend despite not playing particularly well, and will almost certainly get on the scoresheet on Sunday.

Cardiff are yet to find the net this season, but they are going to score eventually and this could easily be the game in which they do so.

Arsenal were shaky at the back last Saturday and should have conceded three or four against West Ham. Their awful away record last season suggests they will let in plenty of goals on the road, even with Unai Emery now in charge.

Watford v Tottenham (16:00)

Watford have won three from three this season, scoring seven goals in total.

They should find a way through against Tottenham, who conceded against both Newcastle and Fulham and will be without injured goalkeeper Huge Lloris on Sunday.

Spurs took their total to eight goals this season by beating Manchester United 3-0 last weekend, and are a safe bet to score against a Watford defence that failed to keep clean sheets against Burnley and Crystal Palace.

Real Betis v Sevilla (19:45)

The Seville derby is Sunday’s safest BTTS bet.

When these local rivals met at Betis’ ground in May the score was 2-2, and the reverse fixture finished 5-3 to Sevilla.

Betis are almost definitely going to be a reliable BTTS side this season. Last term they scored the fourth-most goals in La Liga, but also conceded more than any side outside of the relegation zone.

Monaco v Marseille (20:00)

These sides were each involved in 22 BTTS games last season, the joint-third most in Ligue 1.

Their last four meetings have seen goals at both ends, including a 2-2 draw and 6-1 Monaco win last term.

Both teams are coming off matches where there were goals at both ends: Monaco lost 2-1 away at Bordeaux last weekend, while Marseille drew 2-2 at home to Rennes.


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