Sheffield Wednesday to beat Huddersfield (12:00)

Huddersfield have lost six and drawn one of their seven games in all competitions this season.

That start means they have gone 17 games without a win and it’s difficult to imagine new manager Danny Cowley will have had much influence since joining on Monday.

Sheffield Wednesday have won four of their seven matches this season and, with a new manager of their own in Garry Monk, are worth backing.

Osasuna to beat Valladolid (17:30)

Osasuna come into this on the back of a 2-2 draw at home to Barcelona before the international break.

They took the lead after seven minutes in that game and are unbeaten after three games since promotion back to La Liga.

Valladolid were beaten 2-0 at Levante last time out and look a huge price to lose again.

Marseille to beat Monaco (20:00)

Second-bottom Monaco have had another poor start to the season, picking up just two points from their opening four matches.

Leonardo Jardim’s side have lost 3-0 to Lyon and drawn 2-2 with struggling Nimes at home this season, so will struggle against one of the league’s better sides.

Marseille have won back-to-back matches against third-placed Nice and Saint Etienne, so look good value.


Genoa v Atalanta (11:30)

Genoa’s two Serie A matches so far have finished 3-3 and 2-1, and there should again be plenty of goals when they host Atalanta on Sunday.

The visitors have been one of the most reliable BTTS sides in Europe over the past couple of years and have started this season in familiar form.

They beat SPAL 3-2 on the opening day before losing to Torino by the same scoreline.

Watford v Arsenal (16:30)

BTTS has landed in all of Arsenal’s last three matches since they beat Newcastle 1-0 on the opening day of the season.

The Gunners were the joint-most reliable BTTS side in the Premier League last season and there’s no sign of that changing this term.

Watford have struggled defensively this season but scored in their last two games against Newcastle and West Ham and may benefit from Quique Sanchez Flores replacing Javi Gracia as manager.

Monaco v Marseille (20:00)

Monaco opened the season with two successive 3-0 defeats before drawing their last two matches 2-2.

Leonardo Jardim’s side look incapable of keeping a clean sheet, but they rank third in xG in Ligue 1 this season so their ability going forward shouldn’t be underestimated.

BTTS has landed in each of the last six meetings between these sides, including a 3-2 Marseille win in this fixture last season.


Hoffenheim not to beat Freiburg (14:30)

Hoffenheim have made a dodgy start to the season, winning one of their four games in all competitions.

Alfred Schreuder’s side have failed to score in two of those matches, and are still without key attacker Andrej Kramaric.

Freiburg, who avoided defeat at Bayern Munich last season, won their first two matches of this campaign.


Edin Dzeko (Roma) to score v Sassuolo (17:00)

Dzeko backed up his goal on the first weekend of the Serie A season by netting in both of Bosnia’s internationals in the last week.

The forward has ranked in the top four for shots per game in each of the last two seasons, so will likely be up there again this time around.

Sassuolo conceded two goals at Torino in their only away game so far, and lost this fixture 3-1 last season.

Loren Moron (Real Betis) to score v Getafe (20:00)

This one doesn’t need too much explaining.

For a player who has scored in all of his first three appearances of the season, Moron is available at a huge price to score here.

He ranks 16th for xG across the division in the early stages of the season and takes on Getafe, who are without a clean sheet so far.

Islam Slimani (Monaco) to score v Marseille (20:00)

Slimani has scored three goals in his first two appearances for Monaco.

The Leicester loanee (yes, still) ranks third for xG and top for shots per game in Ligue 1 so far this season.

Marseille have kept one clean sheet in their last 10 away games.

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