Fill Your Boots: Back our 11/2 Sunday BTTS four-fold
From the Emirates to the Nou Camp, these Premier League, Serie A and La Liga games promise goals at both ends.
Udinese v Inter Milan –
Udinese are in awful form, but it’s not their attack that’s to blame. They’ve scored in five successive games, the last of which was a 3-3 draw at Benevento.
The Zebrette just can’t defend, having conceded at least two goals in 12 successive games, and now they face an Inter side that have netted eight in their last three.
Luciano Spaletti’s side also conceded three against Juventus last weekend, and have let in goals against all of the bottom five away from home this season.
Arsenal v Burnley –
Arsenal should bag a few goals in Arsene Wenger’s last game at the Emirates on Sunday, having scored 21 in their last seven home matches in all competitions.
The Gunners will likely concede, too, as they are without a clean sheet in eight games home and away.
Seven of Burnley’s last nine league games have produced goals at both ends, and they should add to that tally against the Premier League’s fourth-best BTTS side.
Chelsea v Liverpool –
Both teams have scored in each of the last six meetings between these sides, and that should become seven on Sunday.
Liverpool have scored five and conceded 14 away from home against other top-six sides this term, and they’ve also failed to find the net just three times on the road in the league all season.
Chelsea have scored in seven successive matches in all competitions, and have also kept just one clean sheet in six in the league.
Barcelona v Real Madrid –
This is the most nailed-on BTTS game of the weekend.
Barcelona have scored in 33 of their 34 league games this season, and put three past Real in the last Clasico in December.
The Catalans have also failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last five league games, and will struggle to do so against a Real side that have scored in 13 successive matches.
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