Vitesse v Groningen (13:30) – 

Vitesse scored at least two goals in each of their final six games of last season’s Eredivisie. They also conceded in each of their last five.

Leonid Slutsky’s side have scored in 13 consecutive games against Groningen, with three of the last four meetings between these sides producing goals at both ends.

Groningen were involved in 22 BTTS matches last season – the third-most in the division.

Arsenal v Manchester City (16:00) – 

There were goals at both ends in 21 of Arsenal’s 38 matches last season, making them the Premier League’s most-reliable BTTS side.

The Gunners also scored in 18 of 19 home league matches, and ended the season by netting at least three times in five successive games at the Emirates.

Both teams scored in six of Manchester City’s 10 games against top-10 sides last season, and they put three past Arsenal the last time they visited north London.

St Johnstone v Hibernian (15:00) – 

The last three meetings between these sides have produced goals at both ends, including a 1-1 draw in this fixture last season.

Hibs were the top BTTS side in the Scottish Premiership last term, scoring and conceding in 25 of their 38 league matches.

Only two sides conceded more goals at home than St Johnstone, who closed out the campaign with five successive BTTS games.

Bordeaux v Strasbourg (16:00) – 

Bordeaux scored 14 goals in their final four league matches last season.

They are near certainties to net against Strasbourg, who went without a clean sheet in their last 11 Ligue 1 games.

Strasbourg also found the net in eight of their last 10 matches of the campaign and were a very reliable BTTS team.

They scored and conceded in 22 games – the third-most in the division.


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