PEC Zwolle v AZ Alkmaar (11:15)

PEC Zwolle lost 3-0 to De Graafschap last weekend, but they should bounce back on Sunday having scored seven goals in their previous two home matches.

Jaap Stam’s side have scored in seven of their last nine games on home turf, finding the net against both Ajax and Feyenoord during that run.

AZ have scored at least two goals in six of their last seven Eredivisie matches, including a 4-2 win over Fortuna Sittard last weekend.

Vitesse v Feyenoord (13:30)

BTTS has landed in 12 of Vitesse’s last 13 Eredivisie matches, including a 4-1 win over NAC Breda last weekend.

They have scored 14 goals in their last five home matches and conceded in every one of those.

Feyenoord have only failed to score four times in the Eredivisie all season and put four past Emmen last weekend.

Chelsea v Wolves (14:05)

Wolves won 2-1 when these sides met at Molineux earlier this season, and there should again be goals at both ends in this return fixture.

Chelsea have scored two or more goals in seven of their last eight home matches, with a 2-0 defeat to Manchester United the only exception.

Wolves beat Cardiff 2-0 last weekend and have scored in nine of their last 10 games in all competitions.

Arsenal v Manchester United (16:30)

Both teams have scored in each of the last four meetings between Arsenal and Manchester United, and Sunday’s game should extend that run.

BTTS has landed in 22 of Arsenal’s Premier League games this season, the most in the division, while United are second with 21.

The Gunners have scored in 27 of their last 28 league games, while United have found the net in 11 of 12 since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge in December.


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