Torino v Genoa (14:00)

Genoa’s 10 BTTS matches this season are the joint-most of any team in Serie A, and they should add to that tally at Torino this weekend.

Seven of the visitors’ last eight league matches have seen goals at both ends, with the only exception a 5-0 defeat at Inter at the start of November.

Torino had been involved in five BTTS games in a row before they drew 0-0 at Cagliari last week, and they have both scored and conceded in each of their last four home league matches.

Bury v Luton (14:00)

BTTS is nailed-on in this FA Cup tie between the highest scorers in League One and League Two.

Bury have scored at least two goals in six successive matches – a run that includes 4-1, 5-0, 3-1 and 4-0 wins.

They now face a Luton side that are coming off a 4-0 win of their own over Bradford, and have scored 12 goals in their last three games.

Basel v Young Boys (15:00)

Basel are the only team in Europe with a 100 per cent BTTS record, with goals at both ends in all 15 of their Swiss Super League games so far.

Marcel Koller’s side have averaged nearly two goals scored and two conceded per game in the league, and they now face a Young Boys team to whom they lost 7-1 earlier this season.

The visitors have scored 47 goals in just 15 league matches, and they’ve scored at least three times in each of their last six away from home.

Barcelona v Villarreal (17:30)

Barcelona have both scored and conceded in each of their last 11 La Liga matches, losing 4-3 in their last home game against Real Betis.

The Catalans are always extremely likely to score, particularly this weekend against a Villarreal side that are without a clean sheet in seven league matches.

The visitors have also scored in six successive La Liga games, so BTTS looks a solid bet.


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