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Bayern Munich v Hoffenheim –

Bayern’s current rate of shipping goals means Hoffenheim have every chance of scoring on Saturday.

The Bundesliga leaders have conceded in four of their last five home matches, including twice to Werder Bremen last week, and only kept a clean sheet against bottom-side Cologne.

The visitors have scored in 11 of their last 13 games, but will be unable to prevent Germany’s dominant force from netting themselves.

RB Leipzig v Hamburg –

While Leipzig are the Bundesliga’s fourth-highest scorers, only five teams have conceded more goals so far this season.

And having scored and conceded in 11 of their 13 home matches, including all of their last four, their game with Hamburg on Saturday is primed for more entertainment.

The visitors have only kept one clean sheet on the road all season, and are guaranteed chances in front of goal by their generous hosts.

Oldham v Plymouth –

Oldham’s poor form has largely been reserved for away games, with their goalscoring record at Boundary Park superb.

Richie Wellens’ side have only failed to score in one of their last 14 home matches, and put four past Leicester U23s in the EFL Trophy last time out.

The hosts have kept just one clean sheet in 10 at home, while Plymouth have scored in 10 of their last 11 away matches.

Valencia v Real Madrid –

Real Madrid will surely still score in this game, despite their disastrous run of form.

Zinedine Zidane’s side have only failed to net twice on the road this season, while Valencia have only kept clean sheets against bottom-half sides Leganes and Las Palmas at the Mestalla since September.

The hosts have notched 30 goals in their last 11 at home, so should do further damage to their struggling visitors.

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