SERIE A for once has been profitable for both teams to score followers this season and there are a couple of games today that potentially could be high scorers.
I flagged up Napoli v Cagliari for btts on Friday night and it ended 6-3 – that's the sort of season it's been.
So I'm kicking off with AC Milan v Lecce. It was 4-3 Milan when the sides met earlier in the season and we saw how fragile the Italian defence looked as they survived a Champions League battering by Arsenal to reach the last eight.
Milan have kept just one clean sheet in five games while Lecce have netted eight in their last three but conceded in all of them too.
I'm taking a second Serie A game in Genoa v Juventus. Genoa have drawn their last two league games 2-2 and it was 2-2 in Turin earlier in the campaign.
Juve remain unbeaten this season but have recorded eight draws away from home and their last three have finished 1-1.
We witnessed how good Athletic Bilbao were at Old Trafford in midweek and you to fancy them to score at Osasuna. As well as that 3-2 win at Man United, Athletic have hit 14 goals in their last five at La Liga.
Five of Osasuna's last six have featured both to score and of course they beat Barcelona 3-2 at home a couple of weeks ago.
Now I might be taking a chance on the next one but at least the away side is guaranteed to score. Barca were on another planet as they battered seven past Bayer Leverkusen in midweek but sometimes take their off the ball at the back.
They conceded to the Germans in the last minute when leading 7-0 and both teams have scored in their last five in La Liga, with seven goals given away.
Racing have netted in two of their last four v Barca and in their last two games against Rayo and Sporting Gijon. Barca will win at a canter but a home goal wouldn't surprise me.
Complete the line with Breda v PSV in the Dutch League. I took PSV at home to Twente last week and they were duly thrashed 6-2. I went against them again in the Europa League in midweek and this time they were beaten 4-2.
So goals galore have been a hallmark of recent PSV games and there should be a few more at NAC who won 4-2 at Breda last time the sides met.
Breda won their last home outing 4-0 while PSV have conceded 12 in their last five domestic away games.
Both teams to score
AC Milan v Lecce (2pm)
Genoa v Juventus (2pm)
Osasuna v Athletic Bilbao (8.30pm)
Racing Santander v Barcelona (5pm)
Breda v PSV (11.30am)
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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