Heracles v Heerenveen –

This one’s a banker.

Heracles are the best BTTS side of any major European league, with both teams scoring in 75 per cent of their Eredivisie matches this season.

They play Heerenveen, who have both scored and conceded in 19 of their 28 games this season – the joint-second most in the division.

Werder Bremen v Eintracht Frankfurt –

Werder Bremen have won their last two games 3-1, and have both scored and conceded in six of their last eight matches.

Florian Kohfeldt’s side have got on the scoresheet in seven of their last eight home league games. They face Frankfurt, who are without a clean sheet in 10 away games.

The visitors did score in eight of those road trips, including in a 3-2 defeat at Dortmund last time out.

Chelsea v Tottenham –

Spurs have scored in 28 successive games in all competitions, and have bagged seven in their last two away matches.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side have also conceded in six of their last eight on the road, including twice against Liverpool, Juventus and Rochdale.

BTTS looks a certainty when they visit Stamford Bridge, given that Chelsea have found the net in nine of their last 11 home league games.

Eibar v Real Sociedad –

Real Sociedad are Spain’s most reliable BTTS side, with goals at both ends in 20 of their 29 La Liga matches this term.

Five of their last six matches in all competitions have ended 2-1, and they’ve conceded at least twice in five of their last six away matches.

Eibar have scored in nine of their last 11 home games, with Barcelona and Atletico the only teams to keep them out.


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