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Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid) to score v Girona (11:00)
Ramos netted his 15th goal of the season for club and country at Atletico Madrid last Saturday, an extraordinary record for a defender.
His tally is boosted largely by the fact that he is on penalty-duty, and that alone could justify this bet, but only six of his last 12 goals have come from the spot. He still ranks third for non-penalty xG in the Real Madrid squad this season.
Girona have shipped at least two goals in all of their last six away games, conceding a penalty in four of them. One way or another, Ramos – who scored a brace in this fixture in the Cope Del Rey just last month – is a good bet to get in on the act here.
Neal Maupay (Brentford) to score v Swansea (16:00)
Maupay came close to scoring on several occasions before finally winning the game for Brentford against Aston Villa in injury time on Tuesday, and can continue where he left off here.
The Frenchman’s prolific campaign, 21 goals in 34 appearances, is no fluke. He ranks joint-top for shots per Championship game this season, with his xG output the third-best in the division (@blades_analytic).
He has scored in all three of the Bees’ FA Cup matches this season, too, so is an obvious bet to hit the net at Swansea, who have managed just two clean sheets from their last nine games at the Liberty Stadium.
Adrien Hunou (Rennes) to score v Stade Reims (16:00)
Hunou has only just broken into Rennes’ starting XI, but has made an immediate impact that can extend into Sunday’s game at Reims.
The forward has scored in three of his five starts this season, including two matches inside the last week. His impressive xG per 90 minutes in Ligue 1 (0.77) is only bettered by Kylian Mbappe, Edinson Cavani and Neymar.
Those stats would be persuasive enough to back him against any opponent, but that Reims have kept just one clean sheet in seven home matches certainly helps.
Lorenzo Insigne (Napoli) to score v Torino (19:30)
Two goals in his last three matches suggests that Insigne is finding the scoring touch that saw him net 10 times in his first 14 games of the season.
The Italian ranks second to Cristiano Ronaldo for shots per Serie A game this season, and sits at 13th for xG.
Torino have conceded twice at Inter and three times at Roma this season, so will struggle to deal with an attack that has scored 18 goals in its last seven home games.
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