Nuremberg v Eintracht Frankfurt

Nuremberg have scored in every home game so far this season, having lost 3-1 to Hoffenheim at Max-Morlock-Stadion last weekend.

They’re a good bet to score again against Frankfurt, who are without a clean sheet in seven Bundesliga matches since they beat Freiburg 2-0 on the opening weekend.

Only Hoffenheim have been involved in more BTTS matches than Frankfurt in the Bundesliga this season, and they should make it eight games out of nine with goals at both ends on Sunday.

Ajax v Feyenoord

Expect plenty of goals in the first Klassieker of the season.

Ajax have scored 25 goals in nine Eredivisie matches so far, including nine in their last two, and have found the net in every game other than a 3-0 defeat to leaders PSV.

Feyenoord, meanwhile, have scored in eight successive games since losing 2-0 to De Graafschap on the opening day, and notched three against PEC Zwolle last time out.

Manchester United v Everton

There have been goals at both ends in each of Manchester United’s last five Premier League matches, including a 3-2 win over Newcastle in their last home game.

Jose Mourinho’s side have now been involved in seven BTTS matches this season, the joint-most in the Premier League.

Expect them to add to that tally when they host Everton, who have both scored and conceded in six of their nine league games so far, including three out of four away from home.

Marseille v PSG

The last five meetings between these two sides in Marseille have finished 2-3, 1-2, 2-4, 1-5 and 2-2, and it’s safe to expect another cracker on Sunday.

PSG have scored at least twice in all 13 of their matches in all competitions this season, so will surely find the net again here.

Marseille have scored at least twice in their last eight games dating back to last season, so are also worth backing to get on the scoresheet.


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