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Barcelona v Lyon (20:00)

Lyon know that one goal gives them a fantastic chance of qualification, so don’t expect them to curb their attacking instincts here.

The French side won 2-1 at Manchester City earlier in the season, while BTTS also landed in 3-3 and 1-1 draws at Hoffenheim and Shakhtar in the group stage.

They are unlikely to keep Barcelona quiet, though. The hosts have scored in every one of their home matches this season, with both teams scoring in five of their last six at the Nou Camp.

Middlesbrough v Preston (19:45)

BTTS landed for the fourth time in five matches at the Riverside as Middlesbrough lost 2-1 to Brentford on Saturday, and this game should follow a similar pattern.

Preston are one of the teams aiming to hunt down one of the play-off spots that Boro currently occupy, and they come into this on an impressive run of six win from nine matches.

Alex Neil’s side have scored 12 goals in their last five away games, with BTTS landing in 10 of their last 14 overall.

Norwich v Hull (19:45)

BTTS has landed in eight of Norwich’s last 10 matches at Carrow Road, so don’t let Friday’s 1-0 win over Swansea put you off backing it again here.

Six of those 10 games have seen both teams score at least twice, while the Canaries have scored at least three goals in eight of them.

That means that only one Hull goal is needed for this one to come in. Helpfully, the Tigers have scored in nine of their last 12 away games and registered an xG of 1.2 in their 3-0 defeat at Nottingham Forest on Saturday (experimental361).

That, combined with the return of Fraizer Campbell to the starting XI, suggests they are in good enough nick to net.

Nottingham Forest v Villa (19:45)

The appointment of Martin O’Neill as manager is working out nicely for Nottingham Forest, who have scored nine goals in their last four matches at the City Ground.

That run includes a 3-0 win over Hull on Saturday, while they have scored in six of their eight home matches against top-10 teams this term.

Villa’s excellent attack are unlikely to be kept quiet, though. Dean Smith’s side have scored five goals in two games since the return of Jack Grealish from injury, while they are yet to fail to score away at a top-half team.

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