These matches from the Bundesliga, Championship and League One should deliver goals, and - with our tempting accumulator - profit.
Eintracht Frankfurt v Hannover (14.30) –
Both teams have scored in Hannover’s last five away matches, and there is little danger of that run coming to an end at Eintracht Frankfurt.
The hosts have won their two most recent home matches 4-2 and 2-1, and have scored 14 goals in their last seven at the Waldstadion overall.
A repeat of the hosts’ 2-1 away win in the reverse fixture in October would do us nicely.
Wolfsburg v Bayer Leverkusen (14.30) –
No team has featured in more BTTS matches than Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga this season, with both teams scoring in all of their last four home games.
Their visitors this weekend, Bayer Leverkusen, have been involved in a 4-4 and 4-1 in their last five away matches, with goals at both ends in nine of their 12 league away outings this term.
These two drew 2-2 in the reverse fixture in October, and everything points to more goals on Saturday afternoon.
Derby v Fulham (15.00) –
Derby’s last two matches have finished 2-2 and 3-3, and a third consecutive thriller is likely when Fulham – the Championship’s most prolific BTTS side – visit the iPro Stadium on Saturday.
Gary Rowett’s hosts have scored six goals in their last three home games, only failing to notch in two of their last 16 on home soil.
Their rampant visitors have scored 30 goals in their last 12 matches, but have also only kept one clean sheet in their last 14 on the road.
Scunthorpe v Oldham (15.00) –
There have been goals at both ends in Scunthorpe’s last nine matches, including a 3-2, 2-3, and two 2-2 draws.
And the visit of Oldham, who have been involved in the second-highest number of BTTS matches in League One this season, is unlikely to end that sequence.
Both teams have scored in the Latics’ last two away matches, and six of their last eight overall.