IT has been a road paved with goals whenever Villarreal venture off on their travels in La Liga this season.
Only one of the Yellow Submarine's last nine away days has failed to deliver over 2.5 goals and both teams scoring.
This evening they head to struggling Valladolid, who are far from prolific having failed to score in seven of 10.
However, that ratio is improved at home, with Valladolid having netted in six of 10 and losing only to Sevilla and Real Madrid.
In Portugal, newly-promoted Famalicao's storming start to the season has faded but they remain in fifth place ahead of today's visit of Vitoria Guimaraes.
Famalicao have seen plenty of goals on home soil – six of their last eight have landed btts – while seventh-place Guimaraes have blown hot and cold on their travels.
They were involved in six successive away games of both teams scoring before drawing a blank in their last two. They can put that right this afternoon, with goals at both ends paying 17-25 at Marathonbet.
For the third and final leg, head to Belgium where bottom-of-the-table Cercle Brugge take on Mechelen.
Cercle are in a brutal state – four straight defeats, seven losses in eight, and cut adrift at the bottom with just 11 points.
They have, though, netted in their last six home games and nine of 12 overall on their own turf.
Mid-table Mechelen are bidding to bounce back from successive defeats but have been lively on the road, winning six of their 11 away days so far. They should get on the scoresheet, and both sides to oblige is 63-100 at Marathonbet.
Scott's Euro Btts Treble
- Famalicao v Guimaraes (3.30pm)
- Valladolid v Villarreal (5.30pm)
- Cercle Brugge v Mechelen (7pm)
- (4.2-1, Sportingbet)