Watford to beat Bournemouth (14:00)

This is a great price for a side that have won three of their last four league games.

Watford have only lost one in seven under Nigel Pearson – a 2-0 defeat away to Liverpool last month in which they put in a decent performance.

Bournemouth have lost eight of their last 10 league games, taking just four points in that period – fewer than any other Premier League side.

Hellas Verona to beat Genoa (17:00)

Genoa have the worst travelling record in Serie A, failing to win any of their nine games and earning just four points.

They were thumped 4-0 at Inter in their most-recent away game last month and have conceded three or more on five occasions.

Verona beat SPAL 2-0 away in their first match back after the winter break and should make it two from two here.

Paris Saint-Germain to beat Monaco & BTTS (20:00)

Paris Saint-Germain come into this having won 11 and drawn one of their last 12 matches in all competitions.

They are also on an eight-match winning streak at the Parc des Princes, while BTTS has landed in three of their last four games.

Second-placed Monaco are the second-highest scorers in Ligue 1 behind PSG with 31 goals, so should do their bit.


Cardiff v Swansea (12:00)

BTTS has landed in seven of Cardiff’s last eight matches in all competitions, and there should be plenty of goals in Sunday’s South Wales derby.

The hosts have found the net in 10 of their last 11 home games and conceded six in their last Championship match against QPR.

Swansea let in five against QPR in the FA Cup last Sunday but have found the net in 10 consecutive away matches.

Torino v Bologna (14:00)

Torino beat Roma 2-0 last weekend, meaning they’ve now scored in six of their last seven Serie A matches, bagging 13 goals in total.

They now face Bologna, who have scored and conceded in 15 of their 18 league matches this season – two more than any other side in the Italian top flight.

The Rossoblu beat Lecce 3-2 in their last away game, with BTTS landing in their last 12 league matches.

Aston Villa v Manchester City (16:30)

Manchester City have scored at least twice in nine successive games, and will surely find the net at Villa Park on Sunday.

Pep Guardiola’s side have also kept just one clean sheet in their last seven matches in all competitions, conceding to Oxford and Port Vale along the way.

Villa have scored in all but one of their 12 home matches in all competitions this season, including goals against both Liverpool and Leicester.


Andrea Belotti (Torino) to score v Bologna (14:00)

Belotti has scored 19 goals for club and country this season.

The forward scored two in last week’s win at Roma and ranks seventh for xG in Serie A this season.

Bologna have conceded at least twice in five of their last six away matches. 

Victor Osimhen (Lille) to score v Dijon (16:00)

Osimhen has scored 14 goals this season, including one in each of his last three appearances.

The Nigerian ranks second for xG and shots inside the penalty area in Ligue 1.

Dijon have conceded in their last 11 matches, shipping two goals in each of their last two home games.

Giampaolo Pazzini (Verona) to score v Genoa (17:00)

Pazzini has scored in consecutive matches since returning to the Verona team last month.

He has had seven shots in 99 minutes of Serie A football during that time, and should get more chances to score against a leaky defence.

Genoa have conceded 10 goals in their last five games, including six in their last two on the road.

Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus) to score v Roma (19:45)

Ronaldo has recaptured his best form in the last couple of months, scoring 13 goals in his last 10 games for club and country.

The 34-year-old scored a hat-trick against Cagliari last time out, and ranks third for xG and first for shots per game in Serie A this season.

Roma have kept two clean sheets in 12 home games this season, conceding five goals across their last three at the Stadio Olimpico.

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