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Hibernian v Rangers –

Hibs can always be relied upon for a goal, having scored in 12 of their last 13 Scottish Premiership games and 14 in a row at home.

They’ve been involved in 21 BTTS games this season – the second-most in the division – which is just one more than Rangers’ total.

Rangers have scored in six of their last seven away matches, and Celtic are the only side to keep them out in 18 away games this term.

Huddersfield v Arsenal –

You won’t see Huddersfield picked in this column very often, but they are worth backing to score on Sunday against an Arsenal side that are woeful on the road.

The Gunners have kept no clean sheets in their last nine league away trips, conceding at least twice in each of their last four.

Arsene Wenger’s side have also scored in nine successive matches, and in eight of their last nine on their travels.

West Ham v Everton –

West Ham have scored in six of their last seven games, and in nine of their last 11 at home.

The Hammers have also kept just three clean sheets in 10 at the London Stadium, and have been involved in the second-most BTTS games of any Premier League side.

Expect a high-scoring game when they play Everton, who have found the net in eight of their last nine league matches.

Roma v Juventus –

Roma have scored four goals in each of their last two home matches, and 16 in their last six overall.

The Giallorossi now face a Juve side that have both scored and conceded in four consecutive away games.

Roma need to keep winning to finish ahead of Lazio and secure a spot in the Champions League group stage next season, so it’s safe to expect them to push for goals.

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