Brighton v Arsenal –
Both teams have scored in Brighton’s last five games in all competitions.
The Seagulls notched four against Swansea last Saturday and have scored at least twice in five of their last six home games.
Arsenal have netted against every team other than Manchester City, Spurs and Chelsea in their last 18 matches, and have kept just one clean sheet in their last 10.
Valencia v Real Betis –
There have been goals at both ends in nine of Valencia’s last 10 league matches, with their 1-0 defeat at Atletico the only exception.
Marcelino’s side have scored in 10 of their last 11 at home, and have kept no clean sheets in their last seven at the Mestalla.
Betis have notched 12 in their last five away from home, including their 5-3 win over Sevilla and 3-2 defeat to Celta Vigo.
Atalanta v Sampdoria –
Atalanta are Serie A’s second-most reliable BTTS side, with both sides finding the net in 16 of their 25 matches so far.
Only Roma and Napoli have stopped La Dea from scoring at home this season, and they drew 2-2 with Juventus and 3-3 with Lazio earlier this term.
Sunday’s game should be similarly high-scoring, given that Sampdoria have netted against nine of their last 10 opponents in all competitions.
Montpellier v Lyon –
Both teams have scored in Montpellier’s last five games, while Michel Der Zakarian’s side have scored in 10 of their last 11 matches at home.
Expect another high-scoring game when they take on Lyon, who had scored in 11 successive away games before losing 1-0 to Caen in the Coupe de France last time out.
OL have kept just one clean sheet in their last 11 in all competitions, and have been involved in the second-most BTTS games of any Ligue 1 side.
*Odds subject to change.