Jordan Siebatcheu (Stade Rennes) to score v Nantes (14:00)

Of the players to have made 10 or more Ligue 1 appearances this season, Siebatcheu ranks fifth for xG per minute, suggesting that his goal tally will soon increase in the second half of the season.

The striker has not been a regular starter for Rennes this season, but has started three of their last four matches, scoring twice.

His team rank second to PSG for xG away from home this season, so chances are bound to come along against Nantes.

Wissam Ben Yedder (Sevilla) to score v Athletic Bilbao (15:15)

Having scored five goals in his last five matches, including against the same opposition in the Copa Del Rey on Thursday, Ben Yedder is an easy bet to hit the net at Bilbao on Sunday.

The Frenchman has risen to fifth in the La Liga goal standings and ranks third for xG, 11th for shots and ninth for shots inside the penalty area, suggesting that his form is sustainable.

Bilbao conceded three goals in this fixture three days ago, the third time that they have done so at home this season, so more chances are bound to come along here.

Harry Kane (Tottenham) to score v Manchester United (16:00)

Kane’s price to score in a seventh consecutive match looks far too big to ignore.

The Premier League’s joint-top goalscorer has supposedly suffered a post-World Cup dip this season, but has still netted 20 goals already, including in the reverse fixture against Manchester United, as well as against Chelsea (twice), Arsenal and Barcelona.

While they have improved, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United have done little to suggest that they can keep Spurs’ attack quiet on Sunday. They conceded xG totals of well over 1.0 against Cardiff and Huddersfield last month, and gave away several chances to Reading in the FA Cup last week.

Antonio Sanabria (Real Betis) to score v Real Madrid (19:45)

Even taking the size of the club out of the equation, Real Madrid’s defensive numbers are terrible this season.

Only bottom-placed Huesca have conceded more goals away from home than the European champions, while they rank 15th for xG against on the road, suggesting that things are unlikely to improve any time soon.

That should offer plenty of encouragement to Real Betis striker Sanabria.

The forward has scored three goals in his last six games and is an established penalty-taker. Of players to have made 10 or more La Liga appearances this season, only seven players have recorded a better xG per minute, so his tally should soon increase.


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