AZ Alkmaar v Feyenoord (11:15)

AZ have scored 11 goals in four Eredivisie matches this season, the last of which was a 3-2 defeat to Heracles.

They now play Feyenoord, who have won their last two games 5-3 and 4-2.

Giovanni van Bronkhorst’s side have bagged 12 goals in four league matches and have conceded seven, five of which were in away games.

Heerenveen v Heracles (13:30)

Heerenveen have scored and conceded in all four of their league matches so far, and have let in six goals in two games on home turf.

Heracles have been involved in three BTTS games out of four and are yet to keep a clean sheet.

They also conceded five against Willem II in their last away game, so it’s difficult to see either side keeping the other out on Sunday.

Everton v West Ham (16:00)

Everton are the only team in the Premier League with a 100 per cent BTTS record, with goals at both ends in all four of their matches so far.

Expect another high-scoring affair when they play West Ham, who have conceded 10 goals in four matches.

The Hammers failed to get on the scoresheet against Wolves last time out, but the attacking talent in their squad means they’re worth backing to get a goal against a leaky Everton defence.

Marseille v Guingamp (20:00)

Marseille scored 80 goals in 38 Ligue 1 games last season, and they’ve carried their scoring form through to this campaign with 10 in four games to date.

Rudi Garcia’s side are also without a clean sheet in three matches, letting in two goals or more against Nimes, Rennes and Monaco.

Guingamp have conceded in all four of their matches, but they have also found the net in three of those games, including at home to PSG.


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