Willem II to beat Heracles (11:15)

Willem II are unbeaten in their last eight league games, winning five and drawing three.

They have picked up the second-most points in the Eredivisie during that period, with only one other side going unbeaten.

Heracles lost 3-2 to Feyenoord last weekend and are winless in their last seven away games.

Atalanta to beat Genoa & over 2.5 goals (14:00)

Atalanta responded to their 2-1 defeat at home to SPAL by thumping Torino 7-0 on the road last weekend – their ninth game in 10 that has finished with three or more goals.

Prior to that defeat, Gian Pieiro Gasperini’s side had beaten both Milan and Parma 5-0 in consecutive matches.

Second-bottom Genoa have lost four of their last six and have only won one in 12.

Marseille to beat Bordeaux (20:00)

Marseille extended their unbeaten run to 13 matches in all competitions following their 3-1 victory over Strasbourg in the Coupe de France in midweek.

Andre Villas Boas' side have won 10 times in that sequence, while they have taken more points than any other Ligue 1 side in the last 10 games.

Bordeaux have only managed two victories in their last eight, with one of those coming against second-tier Le Mans in the cup last month.


Burnley v Arsenal (14:00)

Burnley have scored in 10 of their last 12 home games, a run that includes goals against Chelsea, Manchester City and Leicester.

Arsenal are coming off a 2-1 win over Bournemouth in the FA Cup, meaning BTTS has landed in their last four matches.

The Gunners have scored in all eight of their matches under Mikel Arteta and will be boosted by the return of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from suspension on Sunday.

Nice v Lyon (14:00)

Nice are the joint-most reliable BTTS side in Ligue 1, with goals at both ends in 16 of their 21 matches.

They’ve scored in 10 consecutive league games and have kept just three clean sheets all season.

Lyon are the division’s third-highest scorers, netting 13 goals across their last six away league games.

Villarreal v Osasuna (17:30)

BTTS has landed in 15 of Villarreal’s La Liga matches this season, the joint-second most in the division.

Javier Calleja’s side have scored in nine successive matches, bagging two or more goals in seven.

They now face Osasuna, who have scored in seven of their last eight matches and their last five away trips in a row.


AC Milan not to beat Hellas Verona (14:00)

Milan have won just two of their last nine home league matches.

They have only managed one-goal victories over Udinese and Brescia in their last two league games, and take on a Verona side that have won three and drawn two of their last five.

The visitors have only lost away at Juventus, Napoli, Inter and Atalanta this season.

Villarreal not to beat Osasuna (17:30)

Villarreal have won just one of their last five home matches.

The hosts rank sixth-bottom for xPoints at home in the last three months, and are without two of their top three goalscorers – Gerard Moreno, who is injured, and Karl Ekambi, who has signed for Lyon.

Osasuna have only lost at Atletico Madrid in their last five league away games, and have only lost four of their last 16 games in all competitions.


James Forrest (Celtic) to score v Hamilton (12:30)

Forrest has scored 15 goals this season, including one at St Johnstone on Wednesday.

Eight of those goals have come away from home, while he scored the winner for Celtic at Hamilton in this fixture in September.

Hamilton conceded four at home to Livingston last week, and have shipped 11 goals in four games against Rangers and Celtic this term.

Nils Petersen (Freiburg) to score v Cologne (14:30)

Petersen has only scored eight goals this season, but two of them have come in his last three games.

The forward had five shots inside the penalty area against Paderborn last week, and ranks in the top 20 for xG and shots per game in the Bundesliga during the last three months.

Cologne lost 5-1 at Borussia Dortmund in their last game.

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