Ipswich to beat Accrington (12:00)

Ipswich are the only team in the EFL who still have an unbeaten record this season.

The Tractor Boys are top of League One and have won nine of their last 10 matches in all competitions.

Accrington’s only victory in their last seven league games came against second-bottom Southend, who have lost 10 out of 12.

Cagliari to beat SPAL (14:00)

Cagliari earned a decent point in a 1-1 draw away to Roma before the international break and are unbeaten in their last five in Serie A.

They have won three matches in that sequence, including a 1-0 win away to Napoli.

SPAL have lost all three of their away games this season, failing to score in any of them.

Liverpool to beat Manchester United to nil (16:30)

Liverpool will equal the record for the most consecutive Premier League wins with victory on Sunday.

The Reds have won 17 in a row and kept clean sheets in three of their last five away games, restricting their opposition to just two shots on target in each of those matches.

United were beaten 1-0 by Newcastle last time out and have failed to score in back-to-back games.


Real Sociedad v Real Betis (13:00)

BTTS has landed in seven of Betis’ eight La Liga matches this season – the most in the division – and Sunday’s visit to San Sebastian should also feature plenty of goals.

Sociedad have scored in seven of their eight games so far, bagging six in three at home.

The hosts have also conceded five in their last two, so Betis – who scored twice away at Barcelona in August – should also find the net.

Hoffenheim v Schalke (17:00)

Hoffenheim haven’t found the net in their last two home games, but a 2-1 victory away at Bayern Munich last time out suggests they’ve rediscovered their scoring form.

They now face a Schalke side who have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last four league games.

David Wagner’s side have also scored in five consecutive Bundesliga matches, including eight goals in their last two away matches.

Sevilla v Levante (20:00)

Sevilla and Levante both rank inside the top five for xG in La Liga, so their meeting on Sunday should be high-scoring.

The hosts lost 4-0 to Barcelona last time out but actually won the xG battle, and have only failed to score in one other league game this season.

Levante have scored in six of their last seven league games, keeping just two clean sheets during that run.


Joselu (Alaves) to score v Celta Vigo (11:00)

Joselu has scored three goals in six starts since signing for Alaves in the summer.

The Spaniard ranks 12th for shots and ninth for shots inside the penalty area per La Liga game, and is 12th for xG.

Celta Vigo lost 2-0 at Eibar in their last away game and have conceded the fifth-most shots per away game this term.

Lautaro Martinez (Inter) to score v Sassuolo (11:30)

Martinez is a bigger price to score in this game than Romelu Lukaku, despite his numbers stacking up better.

Both forwards have scored three goals for Inter this season. Martinez ranks 11th for shots and fourth for xG per minute in Serie A, with Lukaku down in 49th and 11th in the same metrics.

Sassuolo were battered 4-1 by Atalanta in their last home game, so Martinez should have several chances to add to his tally.

Joao Pedro (Cagliari) to score v SPAL (14:00)

Pedro has scored four goals already this season, three of which have come in five home games.

The forward ranks top for shots and xG in the Cagliari squad, and takes on a side that should allow him plenty more opportunities.

SPAL have conceded six goals in three away games this season, rank second-bottom for xG against on the road and have conceded more shots on target than any other side in the league.

Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco) to score v Rennes (16:00)

Ben Yedder has scored seven goals for club and country this season, including five in his last four Monaco appearances.

The Frenchman ranks 13th for shots and fourth for xG in Ligue 1.

Rennes have already conceded twice to PSG and Lazio this season, so will struggle against another strong attack.

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