Brentford v Aston Villa

Brentford have been involved in 21 league games in which both teams have scored this season, more than all but two teams in the Championship.

One of the teams above them is Aston Villa, who have scored and conceded in 22 of their 31 Championship matches so far.

Brentford’s last six matches have all produced goals at both ends, while Villa drew 3-3 with Sunderland last time out.

Preston v Norwich

Preston drew 0-0 with Derby in their last home match, but it’s fair to assume that was a fluke given that BTTS landed their previous eight league games at Deepdale.

Alex Neil’s side have only failed to score once at home all season, keeping just three clean sheets in the process.

Norwich have scored in 12 successive Championship matches and conceded in 10 of those.

Ajax v Real Madrid

Ajax have scored at least three goals in each of their last six home matches in all competitions, most recently the 6-0 win over VVV Venlo.

Erik ten Hag’s side have scored in all 17 of their home games this season, and now face Real Madrid, who have kept just one clean sheet in nine matches.

Los Blancos have scored 18 goals across their last six games, including three at Atletico Madrid last weekend, so it’s fair to expect them to score on Wednesday night.

Tottenham v Borussia Dortmund

Tottenham won 2-1 and 3-1 when these sides met in the Champions League group stage in 2017, and a similar scoreline would be no surprise this time around.

Spurs, who put three past Leicester at the weekend, have failed to score in just two of their last 25 matches in all competitions.

Dortmund are coming off a 3-3 draw at home to Hoffenheim and have scored and conceded in seven of their last eight games.


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