Borussia Monchengladbach v Eintracht Frankfurt

Both of these sides have scored and conceded in three of their four Bundesliga matches so far this season.

Monchengladbach lost 4-2 at Hertha BSC on Saturday, and they’ve now scored in 10 successive games dating back to the last campaign.

After their 1-1 draw at home to Leipzig at the weekend, Frankfurt have found the net in all six of their games in all competitions this season and kept just one clean sheet.

Liverpool v Chelsea

Expect plenty of goals when Liverpool and Chelsea meet at Anfield.

The Reds have scored 17 goals in seven matches in all competitions this season, and should retain their attacking firepower even if Jurgen Klopp makes changes for this game, with players like Xherdan Shaqiri and Daniel Sturridge likely to start.

Chelsea have bagged 15 goals in seven games to date, failing to score just once in that run, and should also field a strong team just as they did in the Europa League last Thursday.

Tottenham v Watford

The Hornets won 2-1 when these sides met at Vicarage Road earlier this month, and BTTS looks a good bet again on this occasion even though both managers will make plenty of changes.

Tottenham have scored in all seven of their matches in all competitions this season and have kept just one clean sheet so far.

Expect more goals when they host Watford, who have also found the net in all seven of their games.

Sevilla v Real Madrid

Sevilla’s last two games have finished 5-1 and 6-2, with striker Wissam Ben Yedder notching five in total across those matches.

Pablo Machin’s side have also failed to keep a clean sheet in their last four, and now face Real Madrid, who have scored 15 in six matches this season.

Los Blancos have already conceded against Girona, Leganes and Athletic Bilbao in La Liga this season, so BTTS looks a safe bet on Wednesday.


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