ATHLETIC BILBAO helped land my Europa League on Thursday and I'm starting with their game on Sunday.
The conquerors of Man United face Valencia, another side who confirmed their place in the last eight by drawing away to PSV.
Both sides score plenty of goals and have top-class strikers in the Spain squad. Fernando Llorente, unfortunately an injury doubt, netted in both legs against Man Utd while Valencia's Roberto Soldado bagged a hat-trick on his last appearance for his country – as a second-half sub.
Both have scored in their last five domestic games and in the last five meetings between the sides.
Next add another La Liga game between Real Mallorca and Atletico Madrid. The last three meetings have produced 14 goals and both have scored in four of their last five.
I'm going Dutch for my next two selections. First it's a big game between Twente and Feyenoord. Steve McClaren's side won eight of nine after he took charge but have been rocked on their heels by defeat to NAC then a Europa League exit.
However, they have only lost once at home in the league and are favourites to floor Feyenoord. There should be goals with Twente's last five totalling 21. Feyenoord have kept just three clean sheets away from home and both teams have scored in four of both sides' last five games.
I'm only slightly less confident of both scoring between PSV and Heereneen. PSV have lost just once at home, their previous outing to Twente when they were smashed 6-2. PSV's last five have featured 27 goals and they netted in both legs of their Europa League defeat to Valencia.
Two of Heerenveen's last three have produced six goals but the other was 0-0. Hopefully that's their scoreless encounter out of the way.
Complete the line with a game from Belgium, Westerlo v Genk. This fixture will forever be remembered for producing a 6-6 draw in 2008 and hopefully there will be a few more goals this time.
Westerlo's last five games have totalled 20 games while Genk have kept just two clean sheets away from home this season.
Both teams have netted in four of Genk's last five and their last three away games have been a 3-2 and 4-2 defeat as well as a 2-1 win against Mons.
Both teams to score
Athletic Bilbao v Valencia (5pm)
Mallorca v Atletico Madrid (3pm)
Twente v Feyenoord (1.30pm)
PSV v Heerenveen (1.30pm)
Westerlo v Genk (1.30pm)
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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