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Luis Alberto (Lazio) to score v Genoa (14:00)

In what should be a high-scoring match, Alberto has every chance of continuing his impressive start to the season for Lazio.

The forward, who netted 12 goals last term, has scored in his side’s last two home matches, including in Thursday’s Europa League tie against Apoel Limassol, when he was taken off with 25 minutes remaining to rest up for this game.

Genoa conceded five at Sassuolo in their only previous away match of this season, so should concede chances to the Spaniard.

Sebastien Haller (Eintracht Frankfurt) to score v RB Leipzig (17:00)

Leipzig have started the season poorly under caretaker boss Ralf Rangnick, with Thursday’s 3-2 defeat to RB Salzburg the latest in a sequence of horrible defensive performances that have seen them concede 12 goals in their last five games.

And Haller is in good enough nick to take advantage for Eintracht Frankfurt.

The Frenchman has scored in his last three Bundesliga matches, including away to Borussia Dortmund last week. He is also a useful penalty-taker.

Ousmane Dembele (Barcelona) to score v Girona (19:45)

This is an eye-catching price given that Dembele has scored in his last four Barcelona appearances.

The French winger has scored a number of different types of goals on that run, and plays for an attack that has netted 15 goals in three matches at the Nou Camp this season.

Girona conceded four goals at home to Real Madrid last month before shipping two more against Celta Vigo last week, so will concede opportunities to their hosts.

Memphis Depay (Lyon) to score v Marseille (20:00)

In what will an open, entertaining game, chances are bound to come along for Depay to double his Ligue 1 tally for the season.

The Dutchman, who netted against Amiens on the opening weekend of the season, scored a brace for his national team against Peru in the recent international break, and hit the post in Wednesday’s impressive 2-1 win at Manchester City.

Marseille’s last three league matches have finished 2-2, 2-3 and 4-0, with the end-to-end nature of their games ideal for Lyon’s fast counter-attack.

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