Bristol City v Sheffield Wednesday (13:30)

Bristol City aren’t in great form, but they’ve scored in eight of their 11 Championship matches this season, including four of five at home.

And having only managed one clean sheet at Ashton Gate, they will surely concede against Sheffield Wednesday, who have scored two or more goals in six of their last eight games.

The Owls have been involved in 10 BTTS games out of 11 this season, the joint-most in the Championship.

Liverpool v Manchester City (16:30)

This should be a cracking game between the two best attacking sides in the Premier League.

Liverpool have scored in all of their league games this season and have bagged 12 goals in five home matches in all competitions.

City, meanwhile, have notched 12 in their last four in all competitions and are averaging three goals per game in the Premier League this season.

Valencia v Barcelona (19:45)

Barcelona beat Tottenham 4-2 at Wembley in midweek, and there have now been goals at both ends in their last four games in all competitions.

The Catalan side have scored in all seven of their La Liga matches so far while keeping just two clean sheets, and they conceded twice in their last away game against Leganes.

Valencia have scored in four of their seven league matches this season, and it’s worth backing them to do so again given how open Barcelona have been at the back.

PSG v Lyon (20:00)

PSG are, as ever, almost certain to score on Sunday evening, having bagged at least three goals in all eight of their Ligue 1 games so far.

The champions put six past Crvena Zvezda on Wednesday night, but also conceded. They’ve now kept just one clean sheet in their last five matches in all competitions.

Expect them to concede again against Lyon, who have scored 14 goals in their last six games, including two against Manchester City.


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