Andy Delort (Montpellier) to score v Stade Rennes (14:00)

Delort still ranks eighth for xG in Ligue 1, despite going a couple of Ligue 1 games without a goal, which suggests he is a massive price to hit form again here.

The Frenchman had previously netted in five consecutive league matches with a combination of tidy finishes and tap-ins, while he is also an established penalty-taker.

Montpellier have scored eight goals in their last three home matches, so creating chances for their centre-forward should not be a problem against Rennes, who are without a clean sheet on the road this season.

Andre Silva (Sevilla) to score v Real Valladolid (15:15)

Even at odds on, Silva looks a fair bet to score his eighth La Liga goal of the season on Sunday.

Despite not having netted in his last four La Liga appearances, the Portuguese ranks second for xG of every La Liga player so far this season, while he sits sixth for both shots and shots inside the penalty area.

Sevilla have scored nine goals in their last four matches, so should have no problems creating chances for their striker against Real Valladolid, who are seventh-worst for xG against in La Liga so far this season.

Raul Jimenez (Wolves) to score v Huddersfield (16:00)

A return of three Premier League goals does Jimenez little justice for his efforts this season, so back him to improve against Huddersfield on Sunday.

The Mexican ranks 12th for both xG and shots per game in the Premier League so far this season. He also has four assists, so is heavily involved in all of his side’s attacking play.

Huddersfield have already conceded three goals at Leicester and Watford this season, and there could be a repeat against a similar standard of opposition.

Alassane Plea (Borussia Monchengladbach) to score v Hannover (17:00)

Having scored a hat-trick in his last Monchengladbach match a fortnight ago, Plea looks a great bet to score at least once again on Sunday.

The 25-year-old ranks sixth for xG, seventh for shots, and seventh for shots inside the penalty area in the Bundesliga this season, suggesting that a return of eight goals in 11 appearances this season is sustainable.

His case is enhanced further by the fact that Sunday’s opponents Hannover have conceded at least twice in all of their last five away games, and rank second-bottom for xG against away from home in the division.


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