It’s another busy weekend of action with fixtures in across Europe taking place on Sunday. We’re hoping for plenty of entertainment as we head into the International Break and we’ve picked out four matches which should feature three or more goals.
The Saints don’t have a good recent record against Chelsea, and Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side could find it tough going against the Blues on Sunday. Chelsea came from 2-0 down to snatch a second half victory in their last visit to this ground, and we could see another entertaining 90 minutes this weekend. Lampard’s men have scored eight away goals so far this season and that’s despite drawing a blank at Old Trafford. They’ve also failed to keep a clean sheet on the road, shipping four to Man Utd and two to both Wolves and Norwich. Despite their struggles in front of goals, Southampton are at least starting to score a few goals and they found the net against both Bournemouth and Spurs in recent weeks. Danny Ings appears to have rediscovered his goalscoring touch, and this could be one of Sunday’s more entertaining Premier League clashes.
Werder Bremen need no introduction to Over 2.5 Goals backers. The side from the north are rarely involves in dull encounters, and their matches (home and away) this season have averaged exactly four goals. They come off the back of an highly entertaining 2-2 draw with Borussia Dortmund last weekend, and they should be able to find the back of the net in this one. They’ve plundered exactly two goals in each of their three matches away from the Weserstadion this season, and they have plenty of firepower in their squad. At the other end of the field, they are yet to keep a clean sheet and have kept just one shutout since February 10th. Previous encounters between these sides have finished 2-2, 1-2, 2-1. 2-1 and 2-2 and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see this one follow that pattern.
Two in-form sides meet in the Danish top flight with Randers hosting Aarhus in an early afternoon kick off. The hosts have found their feet in recent week and rediscovered their goalscoring touch. They’ve won four matches on the bounce and netted ten times in total during that period. In their last two matches, they’ve stuck two past both Horsens and Silkeborg. Although this will be slightly tougher than those two fixtures, it’s worth noting they drew 2-2 with Brondby here at the beginning of the campaign and stuck three past Nordssjaelland. AGF Aarhus are riding high at the moment and arrive here with plenty of confidence. They’ve won six on the spin and have netted five times in their last two games. Four of their last five matches have featured three or more goals, and we could see an entertaining 90 minutes between two sides oozing with confidence.
Notodden sit just above the relegation zone in Norway’s second tier, and they’ll be keen to get some points on board on Sunday afternoon. They are facing a side who are directly above them in the table, although Ull/Kisa have a ten point advantage. The visitors arrive in good form having netted four times in their last two league games and they’ll fancy their chances of getting on the score-sheet once again. Their away form has been pretty poor on the whole, but they appear to be having an end of season flourish at this moment in time. The hosts need to win this game, they must come out and start playing on the front foot. The visitors do have the habit of conceding on their travels, and their last visit to this ground resulted in a 5-3 loss.
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