Kristoffer Peterson (Heracles) to score v FC Emmen (11:15)

Peterson has been in inspired form for the free-scoring Heracles this season, so the Eredivisie’s joint-top scorer more than justifies his price to score in what should be another big win.

The Swede accounts for four of his side’s 11 goals in three home league matches this season, netting at least one in each of them, and has also scored three goals in two away games.

FC Emmen shipped five at Ajax at the end of last month, and are yet to keep a clean sheet this term.

Federico Chiesa (Fiorentina) to score v Atalanta (14:00)

While admittedly battling a difficult fixture list, Atalanta have conceded seven goals in three away games so far this season, and things are unlikely to get much easier at Fiorentina.

Stefano Pioli’s side have won all of their three home games so far, scoring 10 goals in the process, with Chiesa hitting the net in two of them.

Only five players have taken more shots per game in Serie A so far this season, while only Juventus and Napoli have fired off more shots inside the penalty area in home matches than Fiorentina, suggesting that creating chances for the striker is not an issue.

Krzysztof Piatek (Genoa) to score v Frosinone (14:00)

Piatek has been successful tip twice already this season, and his good run shows no sign of ending after he scored in his third consecutive match on Wednesday evening.

The Pole now has to be considered among the top strikers in Serie A. Not only is he clear as the division’s top scorer, but he ranks fourth for shots and second (to Cristiano Ronaldo) for shots inside the penalty area, suggesting that this run is sustainable.

Frosinone have conceded seven goals in their last two home matches, so are sure to concede chances to the 23-year-old.

Nicolas Pepe (Lille) to score v Marseille (20:00)

Only Nabil Fekir has fired off more shots than Pepe in Ligue 1 so far this season, so he is a sensible bet to score in what should be an open match against Marseille.

The reported Manchester United target scored a hat-trick at Amiens a fortnight ago – having netted in Lille’s opening game of the season against Rennes – and also ended last season with eight goals in 14 matches.

Marseille have conceded nine goals in three away games so far this season, conceding at least twice in six of their eight outings overall.


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