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Arsenal v West Ham –

Arsenal have notched nine goals in their last three home games, and now face a West Ham side that have conceded 12 in four on their travels.

The Gunners have also kept just two clean sheets in their last 15 Premier League matches – a run that dates back to 16 December.

All of West Ham’s last seven away league matches have seen goals at both ends, and this one should be no different.

Lazio v Sampdoria –

Only two teams have been involved in more BTTS games than Sampdoria’s 18 in Serie A this season.

One of those is Lazio, who have both scored and conceded in 23 of their league matches – the most in the division.

The Biancocelesti won 4-3 away at Fiorentina in midweek, and another high-scoring game is likely on Sunday given they’ve also had scorelines of 6-2, 4-2 and 4-1 during their last six games.

Cologne v Schalke –

Schalke have scored in 24 successive Bundesliga games, and they’ll almost definitely find the net against a Cologne side that have kept just one clean sheet in 11.

Cologne are bottom of the league but are decent going forward, having scored in 13 of their last 14 league matches.

Stefan Ruthenbeck’s side have put two past Leverkusen, Leipzig, Frankfurt and Dortmund – all of whom are in the top seven – during their last 10 games, so should get on the scoresheet again this weekend.

Nice v Montpellier –

Nice have scored in eight of their last nine home league games, and have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last five.

Five of Lucien Favre’s side’s last six matches have seen goals at both ends, and that should become six in seven when they host Montpellier.

La Paillade have scored in nine of their last 11 matches, and have kept just two clean sheets in their last eight.

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