Leicester City vs. Manchester City: Manchester City & Under 4.5 goals
Manchester City have a good recent record at the King Power, having won their last three league matches at the ground.
All three have seen City win and under 2.5 goals in the process, including a 1-0 win last term with Bernardo Silva the match winner.
To air on the side of caution we have added under 4.5 goals to the City win, with history suggesting there is unlikely to be loads of goals here.
Leicester City have improved considerably defensively as well which should bring about fewer goals for the champions.
Napoli vs. Sassuolo: Napoli & Over 2.5 goals
Napoli’s incredible season shows no sign of coming to a halt, winning all five Champions League group games and sitting top of the Serie A table.
Luciano Spalletti’s team are probably the in-form side in Europe and going forward they are incredible, having scored 46 goals in 16 matches so far.
Given their form they are very short odds to win at home to Sassuolo and as a result we have added over 2.5 goals to the mix.
Stuttgart vs. Augsburg: Both teams to score
One of the better looking BTTS fixtures is in the Bundesliga this weekend when Stuttgart host Augsburg.
The last four meetings involving the two have seen BTTS, with 10 goals scored in the two fixtures last term.
Both are in the top half of the BTTS Bundesliga table, with 67% of Stuttgart’s home games and 60% of Augsburg’s away fixtures producing this return.
Liverpool vs. Leeds United: Liverpool
Liverpool have been well short of what is expected this term; however they should easily have too much for Leeds United on Saturday evening.
Liverpool scored nine goals against Leeds in the two fixtures last term and Leeds are enduring a horrible run of form with just two points in their last eight games.
Despite Liverpool sitting eighth in the league, their home form remains good, winning four and drawing two of their Anfield fixtures.
Paris Saint Germain vs. Troyes: PSG & Over 3.5 goals
PSG’s incredible front three have been unstoppable this season and Troyes will likely have no answer for them this weekend.
The French champions are unsurprisingly clear at the top, having dropped just four points so far this season.
Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe have 25 Ligue 1 goals between them already and another comfortable win is on the cards.