Middlesbrough v Fulham –
Fulham’s 4-1 win over Ipswich at the start of January was their fourth consecutive game in which both teams have scored.
And, considering four of their last five away matches have finished 4-5, 3-1, 2-4 and 2-2, that run shouldn’t end at Middlesbrough.
The hosts have scored five goals in three games under Tony Pulis, and only kept a clean sheet against Sunderland in the cup.
Dunfermline v Dundee United –
Dunfermline have scored in all of their home matches this season, and Dundee United are not going to end that run on Saturday.
The visitors lost 6-1 at Falkirk last weekend, which was hardly a positive response to shipping two at St Mirren the week before.
They have, though, scored in five of their last seven away games, while Dunfermline have conceded 13 in their last seven home matches.
RB Leipzig v Schalke –
RB Leipzig have scored and conceded in their last four league matches, a sequence that will continue against Schalke.
The visitors’ last five league matches have finished 4-4, 2-2, 1-1, 3-2 and 2-2, so are hardly backward in coming forward themselves.
This fixture finished 2-1 to the hosts last season, a repeat of which would do us nicely.
Dijon v Metz –
Dijon have scored three goals in all of their last four home matches, so at least one goal is a certainty when they host bottom-of-the-league Metz.
And, considering that the visitors have scored seven goals in their last two away from home, this bet looks safe.
A repeat of Dijon’s 2-1 win in the reverse fixture is the least we can expect from this one in terms of goalscoring.