VVV Venlo v PSV (11:15)

PSV have found the net in all 25 of their Eredivisie matches this season and will surely score against 10th-placed VVV Venlo on Sunday.

The hosts also look good value to get on the scoresheet, having done so in nine of their last 11 home league matches.

Maurice Steijn’s side have scored at least two goals in seven of their last 10 matches on home turf, while PSV have conceded twice in three of their last four away games.

Basel v Young Boys (15:00)

This game, featuring two teams who have scored in every single Swiss Super League match to date, is the BTTS banker of the season.

BTTS has landed in 20 of Basel’s 24 league matches so far, the joint-most of any side in the division.

Young Boys won the two meetings between these sides this season 7-1 and 3-1, and a similar result would be no surprise here.

Valencia v Getafe (17:30)

Valencia have scored in 11 of their last 13 La Liga matches, including a 3-2 win over Girona last weekend.

More goals look likely against Getafe, who have both scored and conceded in each of their last five games.

Jose Bordalas’ side have netted at least two goals in each of their last five matches, so there’s a good chance of a repeat of their 2-1 win at the Mestalla last season.

Real Betis v Barcelona (19:45)

Betis have scored in nine successive home league games, with BTTS landing in five of their last six.

That run includes goals against both Atletico and Real Madrid, so they’re capable of putting at least one past Barcelona.

The Catalans have scored in all but one of their 27 La Liga matches this season, so goals look likely at both ends here.


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