PSV v Tottenham

PSV beat Emmen 6-0 at home on Saturday, taking their scoring tally over the past two games to 10.

The Dutch champions have found the net in every home game in all competitions this season, including a 2-1 defeat to Inter in their last Champions League outing.

Tottenham have scored in all 12 of their games this campaign, and in five successive Champions League away games dating back to 2016.

Barcelona v Inter Milan

Barcelona have scored 22 goals in six home games this season, and will surely do so again on Wednesday night even with Lionel Messi sidelined.

The Catalan side are also without a clean sheet in six games, including a 4-2 victory over Spurs last time out in the Champions League.

Inter are on a seven-game scoring run after beating AC Milan 1-0 at the weekend, and they’ve notched eight goals in their last four away from home.

PSG v Napoli

With 16 goals in their last three games and 30 in seven at home this season, PSG are obviously going to find the net on Wednesday night.

The French champions also let in three against Liverpool and one against Crvena Zvezda in their two Champions League games so far.

Napoli have scored in six successive matches, including a 3-0 win at Udinese on Saturday, so BTTS looks a safe bet here.

West Brom v Derby

West Brom lost 1-0 away at Wigan last time out, and they’re now without a clean sheet in their last four Championship games.

They should concede again when they face Derby, who have scored in 10 of their 13 league games this season, including their last three.

West Brom will almost certainly get on the scoresheet, too, having bagged 20 goals in six home league matches this season, six more than any other side.


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