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Nine of Hoffenheim’s ten league games this season have featured goals at both ends, while Julien Nagelsmann’s side have found the net in 22 straight Bundesliga home games, a run stretching back to the start of the 2017/18 campaign. Both teams have also scored in nine of Augsburg’s last ten league games, and the same has happened in seven of their past ten away matches in the German top flight. It’s unlikely that we’ll witness any clean sheets here, then.
Despite beating bottom side Fulham on Monday, Huddersfield are 18th in the Premier League after a run of seven defeats and three draws in their opening 11 games. Furthermore, the Terriers have only netted twice in their past ten home league games. West Ham defeated Burnley in their last match and beat Huddersfield home and away last season, with a 4-1 win at the John Smith’s Stadium. Another Irons win looks likely.
This probably won’t be the most exciting game to watch this weekend. Under 2.5 Goals have been scored in ten of Getafe’s 11 league games this season. The same record applies to Valencia’s first 11 matches of the season, including in each of the past eight. Los Che have scored seven times in that spell, but only conceded nine goals. The corresponding fixture last season resulted in a 1-0 win for Getafe, and viewers should not expect a sudden goal rush this time.
Charleroi have won each of their past four home games in the First Division A, but their success has not been built on a solid defence. They have scored and conceded in ten of their 14 league matches so far this term. Similarly, reigning champions Club Brugge have seen both teams on the scoresheet in nine of their 14 games so far, including five of their seven league matches away from home. Four of the last five matches between these sides have yielded goals at both ends, and form points to a repeat here.
Four defeats in five games have seen Crystal Palace slip down the Premier League table. The Eagles have only scored in one of their five home league games this season and now host Tottenham, who have won six of their seven away games in this Premier League campaign. The visitors have won on four of their past five visits to Selhurst Park and have beaten Palace by a 1-0 score line in all of their last four encounters. Sometimes it’s not so complicated to pick a winner.
Accumulated odds = 13.61
*All odds subject to change