Krzysztof Piatek (Genoa) to score v Parma (11:30)

Having successfully tipped Piatek to score three times in September, I’ve no qualms about backing him again for Genoa’s match against Parma.

The revelation of the Serie A season so far has scored in every one of his appearances this season, including a variety of types of goals. Given that he ranks second to Cristiano Ronaldo for shots inside the penalty area, don’t expect him to slow up yet.

Piatek has an excellent chance of netting against Parma, who have conceded the most shots of any Serie A side away from home.   

Kristoffer Peterson (Heracles) to score v Vitesse Arnheim (13:30)

Peterson’s remarkable form continued with a goal inside 10 minutes against FC Emmen last weekend.

The Swede has scored eight goals in seven Eredivisie appearances for Heracles this season, only failing to hit the net in a 5-0 defeat at Willem II.

He forms part of an attack for the division’s second-top scorers, suggesting that creating chances at Vitesse will not be an issue.

Vitesse are without a clean sheet in five home league games, including a 4-0 defeat to Ajax last month.

Hakim Ziyech (Ajax) to score v AZ Alkmaar (15:45)

At a longer price than several of his attacking team-mates, Ziyech is an obvious bet to score his fourth goal of the season on Sunday.

The 25-year-old has taken the most shots of any Eredivisie player so far this season. His 5.4 attempts per game dwarf second-placed Luuk de Jong’s 3.6, while Dusan Tadic ranks second for Ajax with 2.6.

AZ conceded eight goals in their three away games at fellow members of the top four last season, so Ziyech should take enough shots that one of them hits the net.

Fredy Montero (Sporting) to score v Portimonense (20:00)

Having scored in his last two appearances, including a late rescue act off the bench in Thursday’s Europa League tie at Vorskla Poltava, Montero is a fair bet to score at Portimonense.

The forward scored 14 goals in a season-long loan at Vancouver Whitecaps before returning to Sporting in January, and tops his side’s shot count this season of the strikers available for this match.

Portimonense have conceded two goals in all of their three home matches so far this season, all against inferior teams to Sporting, meaning chances are sure to come along for Montero to extend his good run.


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