FC Emmen v Feyenoord (13:30)

Emmen have scored in all but one of their seven home matches this season, with BTTS landing in five of them.

That run includes a 3-3 draw with Fortuna Sittard and a 2-1 defeat in their last home game against Excelsior, while they drew 1-1 with Vitesse Arnheim last weekend.

Feyenoord are near-certainties to score themselves, having done so in every one of their last 13 games bar Ajax away.

VVV Venlo v Groningen (13:30)

Venlo’s last two home matches have finished 3-2 and 2-2, so BTTS is an obvious pick here.

Both teams have scored in their last four matches overall, including a 4-1 defeat at Heracles last weekend, while only Ajax have prevented them from scoring at home this season.

Groningen beat NAC Breda 5-2 last weekend, with two of their last three away games finishing 4-1 and 2-4.

Huesca v Real Madrid (15:15)

Real Madrid have failed to keep a clean sheet in a league away game in 11 attempts, a run that stems back to March last season.

That sequence includes shipping 14 goals in their last five on the road, including a dreadful 3-0 defeat to Eibar, so Huesca should get on the scoresheet here.

Santiago Solari’s side should also score themselves, having done so 15 times in five matches under their new manager.

AC Milan v Torino (19:30)

After last weekend's 2-1 win over Parma, BTTS has landed in nine of AC Milan's 10 home matches this season.

The exception was a 2-0 defeat against league-leaders Juventus, while they have since beaten F91 Dudelange 5-2 in the Europa League.

Both teams have scored in six of Torino's last eight matches, including two of their last three on the road.


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