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Hertha Berlin v RB Leipzig –

Hertha Berlin have scored and conceded in eight of their last 11 home matches, and their match with RB Leipzig promises more of the same.

Both teams have scored in eight of Leipzig’s last 10 matches, including a 2-3, two 1-4s, and two 5-2s.

December’s reverse fixture between these two finished 2-3.

Tranmere v Boreham Wood –

Tranmere should score in their 25th consecutive match in Saturday’s play-off final, especially with the National League’s top scorer, Andy Cook, in their side.

Boreham Wood’s last five matches have finished 4-2, 3-2, 3-1, 2-1 and 2-3, so goals at both ends looks a sure bet.

National League play-off finals are rarely cagey, with goals going in at both ends in all of the last four.

Real Betis v Sevilla –

If this fierce derby game plays out anything like January’s reverse fixture then it will be the banker of the day.

Sevilla lost that match 5-3, and the fact that they have scored and conceded in four of their last six suggests that their style has not changed, despite changing manager last month.

Betis have scored in six of their last seven home games, so should fulfil their side of the bargain.

Utrecht v Heerenveen -

The first leg of this play-off game finished 4-3 on Wednesday, and Saturday’s reverse promises more of the same.

Both teams have scored in all but one of Utrecht’s last nine games, a run that includes two 2-2s, a 3-2, 3-3, 4-3 and 5-1.

Heerenveen have found the net in 15 of their 17 away games this season, so are unlikely to be stopped by the worst defence in the Eredivisie’s top half.

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