Excelsior v Emmen (13:30)

Emmen have been involved in the second-most BTTS games of any Eredivisie side this season, with goals at both ends in 15 of their 21 matches so far.

Expect them to make that 16 against Excelsior, who have scored in 10 of their 11 home league games.

They’ve also conceded 18 goals in their last six matches on their own turf, including a 7-1 defeat to Ajax and a 4-2 defeat to Groningen.

Basel v Sion (15:00)

Basel have scored in all 20 of their Swiss Super League matches this season, so will surely find the net against Sion this weekend.

The visitors beat Luzern 3-1 away from home last weekend, and have now failed to keep a clean sheet in all 10 of their league away games this season.

They have also scored in all 10 of those matches, so BTTS looks a certainty on Sunday.

Doncaster v Crystal Palace (16:00)

Doncaster have been in phenomenal scoring form at the Keepmoat since November, scoring at least two goals in each of their last 10 matches.

The League One side bagged three against Southend on Tuesday night, and should find a way past Palace on Sunday.

The Eagles are also worth backing to find the net having scored in six successive matches, putting three past both Manchester City and Liverpool in the process.

Bayer Leverkusen v Fortuna Dusseldorf (17:00)

Bayer Leverkusen beat Mainz 5-1 last weekend, meaning they’ve now scored 11 goals across their last three Bundesliga matches.

Peter Bosz’s side have also kept just one clean sheet in their last seven games, so it’s safe to expect a few goals when they host Dusseldorf.

The visitors have found the net in seven of their last eight matches, and have kept only one clean sheet in eight away from home.


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