FC Utrecht v Vitesse Arnheim –
The first leg of this Europa League qualification play-off tie finished 3-2 to Vitesse Arnheim, and Saturday’s return promises more of the same.
Utrecht have scored and conceded in 13 of their last 15 games, including two 2-2s, two 3-2s, a 3-3 and a 4-3.
Both teams have scored in five of Vitesse’s last six matches, with the exception of a 5-0 victory.
Dijon v Angers –
Dijon have been involved in a higher percentage of BTTS matches than any other team in Europe’s top five leagues, and that record can extend to the final day of the season.
Olivier Dall’Oglio’s side have scored and conceded in all of their last five games, including a 5-2 defeat to Lyon last month, and there have been goals at both ends in 15 of their 19 home matches this term.
Both teams, meanwhile, have scored in four of Angers’ last six games.
Toulouse v Guingamp –
Toulouse’s last three matches have finished 2-1, 2-3 and 4-2, and this game should prolong that run.
The hosts have scored in 12 of their last 14 home matches, and kept just one clean sheet in their last seven.
Guingamp have scored and conceded in all of their last five matches, drawing 2-2 at Lille and PSG last month, before a 3-3 draw with Marseille last time out.
Troyes v Monaco –
Monaco have scored and conceded in their last six league away matches, including a 3-3 and 7-1, and that sequence should extend at Troyes.
After last week’s 1-1 draw at Montpellier, both teams have scored in four of the hosts’ last five games.
The visitors need only avoid heavy defeat to qualify for the Champions League, so this should be an entertaining end-of-season game.
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