Atalanta to beat Bologna & over 1.5 goals (14:00)

Atalanta recorded their fourth-straight win in all competitions on Wednesday as they beat Shakhtar 3-0 to qualify for the Champions League last 16.

La Dea have scored at least twice in each of those victories, while only one of their 21 matches this season has had fewer than two goals.

Bologna have lost five of their last seven matches, beating only out-of-form Napoli in that period.

Borussia Monchengladbach to beat Wolfsburg (14:30)

Borussia Monchengladbach are a point clear at the top of the Bundesliga following a run of nine victories in their last 11 games.

They came from behind to beat Bayern Munich 2-1 last weekend and have won four of their six away games so far.

Wolfsburg have lost four of their last five and won just one of their last six home games.

Schalke to beat Frankfurt & over 1.5 goals (17:00)

Frankfurt come into this with the worst travelling record of any side in the Bundesliga, having lost five away games out of six.

Adi Hutter’s side have picked up one point in their last four league games, but only one of their last 13 matches has seen fewer than two goals.

Schalke are unbeaten in six at the Veltins Arena, with over 1.5 goals landing in five of those.


Wolves v Tottenham (14:00)

These sides have each been involved in 12 matches in which both teams have scored this season, the joint-second most in the Premier League.

Wolves have found the net in 15 consecutive league games dating back to August, with BTTS landing in seven of their last eight.

Spurs, meanwhile, have bagged 12 goals in four Premier League matches since Jose Mourinho took over last month while conceding five in the process, including two against both West Ham and Bournemouth.

Bordeaux v Racing Strasbourg (14:00)

Bordeaux lost 3-1 to Marseille last weekend meaning they’ve now scored in seven successive games – a run that includes a 6-0 win over Nimes.

Paulo Sousa’s side have bagged 12 goals in their last four home matches in all competitions, and now face a Strasbourg side who let in five in their last away game.

The visitors have also been in great scoring form, recording wins by scorelines of 4-1, 4-0 and 4-2 inside their last five matches.

Schalke v Eintracht Frankfurt (17:00)

BTTS has landed in 10 of Frankfurt’s 14 Bundesliga matches this season, the joint-third most of any side in the division.

They drew 2-2 with Hertha BSC last Friday, meaning they’ve now conceded two goals in each of their last three league games.

Schalke have both scored and conceded in six successive games in all competitions, a run that includes a 3-3 draw and two 3-2 wins.


AC Milan not to beat Sassuolo (16:00)

Milan have won two of their last seven home games, falling short against Fiorentina and Lecce among others.

They play Sassuolo, who drew 2-2 at Juventus in their last away game.

Roberto De Zerbi’s side have lost just one of their last five matches, averaging two goals per game on that run.


Harry Kane (Tottenham) to score v Wolves (14:00)

These are generous odds for a player who has scored in 17 of his 26 appearances for club and country this season.

Kane netted a brace against Burnley last weekend, and was given a rare rest for Spurs’ game against Bayern Munich this week.

The England captain scored at Molineux last season, and has netted in five of his last seven away games.

Luis Muriel (Atalanta) to score v Bologna (14:00)

Muriel has scored 10 goals in 18 appearances this season.

He ranks 13th for shots in the box per game and fifth for xG in Serie A.

Since the beginning of October, Bologna have conceded at least twice in eight of their 10 games – no team has conceded more in that time.

Memphis Depay (Lyon) to score v Stade Rennes (16:00)

Depay has scored 10 goals in his last nine matches for club and country.

He ranks top for shots per game in Ligue 1, and is an established penalty-taker.

Rennes have kept one clean sheet in their last 16 matches.

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