Wigan v Leeds (13:30)

Wigan have been brilliant at home this season, scoring in six of their seven Championship games at the DW Stadium, winning five.

They now face a Leeds side that have kept just two clean sheets away from home in the league having lost 2-1 at Blackburn a fortnight ago.

Wigan lost 4-2 at Sheffield United last week while Leeds are currently on a nine-game scoring streak, so goals look likely at both ends on Sunday.

Fortuna Sittard v PEC Zwolle (13:30)

Fortuna Sittard featured in this column for their last home game a fortnight ago, and came through with a 3-1 win at home to De Graafschap.

The Dutch side have now been involved in nine BTTS games out of 10 this season – the most in the Eredivisie – so we’re sticking with them when they host PEC Zwolle.

The visitors won 5-2 at De Graafschap in the cup in midweek, and have found the net in four of their five away matches this season, with a 3-0 defeat to Feyenoord the only exception.

Basel v Lugano (15:00)

This Swiss Super League game should be one for the neutrals, featuring two teams that have been involved in a combined 21 BTTS games out of 23 this season.

Basel have scored 22 goals in 12 league games so far, but are yet to keep a clean sheet, having conceded to each of the bottom four at home.

Fifth-bottom Lugano have also have found the net in all but one of their league games so far, including a 2-2 draw against Basel in September’s return fixture.

Udinese v AC Milan (19:30)

Udinese have scored in five of their last seven Serie A matches, with Juventus and Napoli the only sides to keep them out.

The Zebrette have also conceded 11 goals in their last five matches, and will struggle to keep a clean sheet against AC Milan, who have scored in 12 of 13 games in all competitions.

Gennaro Gattuso’s side have both scored and conceded in nine of their 10 Serie A matches this season – the most in the division – and should add to that tally here.


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