Everton v Bournemouth (14:15)

The last four meetings between these sides have produced goals at both ends, a run started by Everton’s 6-3 win at Goodison Park in February 2017.

The Toffees have been involved in 13 matches in which both teams have scored this season, the third-most in the Premier League.

Bournemouth have conceded 15 goals in their last four matches, while Everton are without a clean sheet in nine, so it’s hard to see either side keeping the other out on this occasion.

Athletic Bilbao v Sevilla (15:15)

Bilbao have scored in seven of their nine home league games this season, keeping just two clean sheets in the process.

They face a Sevilla side that have drawn their last three away games in La Liga 1-1.

There have been goals at both ends in six of the visitors’ last seven matches on the road, a run that includes a 6-2 win over Levante and a 4-2 defeat to Barcelona.

Toulouse v Strasbourg (16:00)

Toulouse have scored in four successive Ligue 1 matches, and they should make it five in a row against Strasbourg this weekend.

Strasbourg have only kept one clean sheet in their last eight away league games and conceded two against Reims in their last game on the road.

The visitors have also scored in seven of their nine away matches so far and have been involved in the most BTTS matches of any Ligue 1 side.

Real Betis v Real Madrid (19:45)

Real Madrid failed to score against Real Sociedad last weekend but should make amends on Sunday, having found the net in eight of their previous nine La Liga games.

Betis conceded two goals to Huesca and are without a clean sheet in three league games.

They also look a good bet to get on the scoresheet, having done so in each of their last eight La Liga matches.


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