Steven Bergwijn (PSV) to score v Fortuna Sittard (13:30)

In a game that PSV should win by a handsome margin, back Bergwijn to get in on the act.

The winger is the hosts’ third-top scorer in the Eredivisie, netting in four of his last six league games. He also ranks joint-11th for shots per league game this season, and should get plenty of chances to add to his tally against Fortuna Sittard.

The visitors have conceded at least twice in seven of their last eight away games, including five last time out at De Graafschap, so could be on the wrong end of a tonking here.

Federico Chiesa (Fiorentina) to score v Udinese (14:00)

Chiesa is an enormous price to hit the net at Udinese on Sunday considering he has scored seven goals in his last four matches, and five in his last two.

The forward ranks fourth for shots, ninth for shots inside the penalty area and 14th for xG in Serie A this season, all of which suggests he can continue this run against a poor Udinese defence.

The hosts have conceded two or more goals at home to four other members of Serie A’s top 12 this season, while their defence ranks sixth-bottom for xG against at home.

Krzysztof Piatek (Milan) to score v Roma (19:30)

Piatek got his Milan career off to an explosive start with a first-half brace against Napoli in the Coppa Italia on Tuesday, and can back that up with another goal at Roma.

The Pole ranks eight for xG, fifth for shots and third for shots inside the penalty area in Serie A this term, and chances should come along against a Roma side that are in bad form defensively.

The hosts have conceded at least twice in four of their last six at home, while their last two matches have finished 3-3 and 7-1 following a thumping defeat to Fiorentina in the cup this week.

Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) to score v Alaves (19:45)

Given that he has scored five goals in his last three games, including a brace in each of his last two, Benzema comfortably justifies a marginally odds-on price to score on Sunday.

The Frenchman ranks eighth for shots, fourth for shots inside the penalty area and seventh for xG in La Liga this season, so an upturn in form was always inevitable, and faces a side that are leaking goals freely.

Alaves have conceded at least twice in three of their last five away games, losing 4-0 at Getafe a fortnight ago.


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