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West Ham are in robust form of late, winning four of their last five in all competitions. Their home form isn’t wonderful though where they’ve won two, drawn one and lost two in all competitions. Spurs are consistently inconsistent, they’ve won three of their last five, losing the other two. Their away form is rough too, where they’ve won one of their last five in all competitions.
Spurs have held the upper hand over recent head-to-heads at the London Stadium, they’ve won four of the last five meetings in all competitions. However, West Ham though did win the most recent match played there. Over 3.5 goals was seen in four of those five games, Both Teams to Score also landed in four and with both teams in decent goal-scoring form of late, we’re sticking with that here.
It’s just a wee bit too early to say that Barcelona are back, but they’re certainly on the up since the international break. Of their last five games they’ve won three and lost two. Real Madrid have been pretty good since the league began, winning five, drawing two and losing just one of their eight games – scoring a whopping 22 goals in the proces. However, over their last five in all competitions, they’ve only won two.
Recent El Classicos at the Nou Camp in all competitions have been tight enough, with three ending level and both sides winning one apiece. Both Teams to Score landing in four and Over 2.5 goals in just three of those games.
Both teams have played seven home vs away games this season and only two games have ended level and although three of the last five games here have ended all square, this one looks like we’ll see a winner. Real know their bitterest of rivals are a disjointed team that can be ruffled while Barcelona will be eager to set their stall out.
Both De Topper teams come into this one in great form, Ajax have won four of their last five games, and one of those wins saw them annihilating Borussia Dortmund 4-0. PSV have also won three of their last five, losing the other two. PSV don’t have much luck when facing Ajax away from home, over their last eight visits they’ve only managed to win once. Ajax, for their part, have won five with two ending level.
Both outfits are in great goal-scoring form, netting a combined 54 goals over their 18 league games. Over those 18 games there’s only been a solitary draw and with only two happening over the last eight games between the two sides.
The rivals will come into this one high on confidence after their midweek heroics. United, of course, came from 0-2 down to beat Atalanta 3-2 in the Champions League. Meanwhile, Liverpool beat Atletico Madrid 2-3 at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. Recent meetings in all competitions at Old Trafford have seen United winning two, two ending level and Liverpool winning one.
Both Teams to Score landed in four of those games and Over 2.5 goals in three. Over their four home Premier League games this season, United have scored 10 and Liverpool have netted 14 on their league excursions. Both Teams To Score and Overs has some decent value here for two teams in great goal-scoring form.
Serie A leaders (at the time of writing) Napoli have had a perfect start to the league campaign with eight wins from eight, scoring 19 goals and conceding just three. Jose Mourinho’s Roma have won five and lost three in the league so far.
At home Roma will be a tough ask for Napoli, as when playing at the Stadio Olimpico they’ve won all six of their games this season – scoring 16 and conceding just three goals. While both have pretty stingy defences (outside of Roma’s embarrassing concession of six goals in Norway during the week) it’s hard not to see both scoring with such impressive goal-scoring records.
PSG are already pulling away from the rest in Ligue 1. The Parisians have 27 points after 10 matches and are nine points ahead of Lens in second place. Marseille are behind them on 17 points with five wins, two draws and two losses – scoring 18 and conceding 11. PSG have won nine and lost one – scoring 24 and conceding 10.
Recent Le Classiques at the Stade Velodrome have seen PSG winning seven of the last eight meetings there. Three of the last five have seen Over 3.5 goals and Both Teams To Score occurring. Expect the net to bulge on a few occasions in this one.
Juventus come into the Derby D’Italia in the better form, The Old Lady have won their last seven games in-a-row now. Elsewhere, Inter have won two, drawn two and lost one over their five most recent games. At the San Siro, they’ve won three, drawn one and lost one over their last five.
In their away games, Juventus have won four of their last five. Inter have the better goal-scoring stats though, as they’ve bagged 23 Serie A goals this season to Juve’s 12. Both Teams To Score has landed in five of their last six meetings here in all competitions.
14:00 West Ham v Spurs: Both Teams to Score
15:15 Barcelona v Real Madrid: Both Teams To Score No Draw
15:45 Ajax v PSV: Both Teams to Score No Draw
16:30 Man United v Liverpool: Both Teams To Score & Over 2.5 Goals
17:00 Roma v Napoli: Both Teams To Score
19:45 Marseille v PSG: Over 2.5 Goals
19:45 Inter v Juventus: Both Teams To Score
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