Brighton v Tottenham – No

Tottenham shipped three against Manchester City on Saturday, but they can return to their stingy best at Brighton.

Spurs have the division’s third-best away defence having only conceded in three of their last six games away to non-top-six teams, and comfortably saw off the Seagulls 2-0 at Wembley in December.

Chris Hughton’s side put two past a leaky Crystal Palace on Saturday, but had only managed one goal (at home to Huddersfield) in four matches before that.

Shrewsbury v Charlton – No

Shrewsbury's surprising promotion charge has faltered, after they followed up last weekend’s 1-0 defeat to Lincoln in the Checkatrade Trophy final with a 0-0 draw at Bradford on Thursday.

Only one of their last six home matches has produced more than two goals, with both teams scoring in just a couple of them.

Given that Charlton have lost back-to-back matches 1-0, with both teams scoring in only two of their last eight, this is unlikely to be a thriller.

Inter v Cagliari – No

After drawing 0-0 at Atalanta on Saturday, Inter have conceded just one goal in their last seven matches.

Luciano Spalletti's side have kept three consecutive clean sheets at the San Siro, and boast Serie A’s second-best home defence.

They should have no problem extending that run against Cagliari, who lost 1-0 at Verona in their last away game, and have failed to score away at any of the division’s top five this season.

Celta Vigo v Barcelona – Yes

Celta Vigo have scored at least twice in all but one of their last seven home matches, and can extend that sequence against Barcelona.

Only one La Liga team has been involved in more BTTS matches than the hosts, who drew 2-2 with Real Madrid in January, and 1-1 with Tuesday’s opponents in the Copa Del Rey.

The visitors have conceded five goals in their last two away games, but have only failed to score once in the league all season.


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