I'VE already said elsewhere that I expect goals in the North London derby so I'll start my line with Arsenal v Spurs.
There have been 25 in the last six meetings between the sides, including 3-2 to Spurs at the Emirates last season.
On their day both sides are capable of hitting the net so hopefully this will be an exciting warm-up to the Carling Cup Final.
There is an absolute cracker in Spain with Atletico Madrid meeting Barcelona. Now the men from the capital have shut up shop at the back since Diego Simeone took over as boss and started climbing the table but a strange thing happens when the sides meet – basically the goals shake.
Look at the stats. The last seven meetings between the sides have produced 35 goals – five of them featuring both to score.
In the other two it was 6-0 and 5-0 (earlier this season) to Barca and with Lionel Messi bouncing back to form with four goals against Valencia last week the champs will be confident of victory.
Barca have hit 17 goals in their last six games but have only kept one clean sheet in a 0-0 draw at Villarreal.
Okay, so that's two down. Let's make Villarreal v Athletic Bilbao the third choice. Again this is a fixture that traditionally produced goals.
Nine of the last 12 have seen both teams score including the last three. You need the away team be capable of netting for this market to come up and Athletic have done so on their last three trips, including a 4-1 loss at Real Madrid.
Villarreal beat Granada 3-1 and drew 2-2 with Valencia either side of a 0-0 draw with Barcelona so there should be plenty of goals. Please note this is the early La Liga kick-off so get on before 11am.
Next it's off to Italy and Siena v Palermo. I can't see Siena keeping out their visitors who rammed five past Lazio last week and have hit 19 in six games. In only one of those matches have they kept a clean sheet and on the road drew 4-4 at Inter Milan.
Siena aren't the most prolific but have netted in five of their last six and have rattled in 17 goals at home.
Dortmund have kept three successive clean sheets so this one's a bit risky. However, Hannover have scored in their last three away games and crucially eight of the last nine meetings between the sides have seen both on target, including Hannover's 2-1 win earlier in the season.
If you don't fancy this one consider Bayern Munich v Schalke which should be tasty but has only brought up both teams score in four of the last 11 clashes.
Both teams to score
Arsenal v Spurs (1.30pm)
Atletico Madrid v Barcelona (8.30pm)
Villarreal v Athletic Bilbao (11am)
Siena v Palermo (2pm)
Borussia Dortmund v Hannover (4.30)
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
Fivefold paid a biggest £175.70 to a £10 stake at Coral
(One game fell off slip on odds calculator so originally wrote 8-1 but got a surprise when I checked my winnings)