Burnley v Crystal Palace (Premier League)
Following a heavy defeat at Sheffield United, Burnley have responded with back-to-back 3-0 wins in the Premier League. The Clarets have won four of their six home league matches this season, losing only to Liverpool and Chelsea. Crystal Palace, meanwhile, have lost four of their past five games.
Wolves v Sheffield United (Premier League)
Wolves are unbeaten in their last eight league games and are up to fifth in the table. They have only lost once in the league at home since January 2nd, winning eight of their 14 games at Molineux since. Sheffield United are unbeaten in their last six games but have only won one away game since gaining promotion.
Valencia v Villarreal (La Liga)
Valencia returned to domestic action with defeat to Real Betis on Saturday, but they had recorded back-to-back league wins prior to that. They are unbeaten at the Mestalla in league action this season and have only lost there once in 2019. Villarreal have lost three of their last four games and have been beaten in five of their seven away games this season.
Espanyol v Osasuna (La Liga)
Espanyol have only won once in the league following a Europa League game, losing their other three matches directly afterwards. Osasuna only have one away win to their name this season, though, back in August. Since then they have drawn four of their six games on the road.
Wolfsburg v Werder Bremen (Bundesliga)
Wolves are seventh in the Bundesliga table but have only won two of their six home games. Likewise, Bremen have only lost two away games, drawing three of their last four matches on the road. The last two meetings between these sides at the Volkswagen Stadium have ended in a draw.
Parma v AC Milan (Serie A)
Having only lost one of their last five games, Parma are eighth in the Serie A. They have also won four of their last five home games. AC Milan have taken just four points from their last five matches and have lost four of their six away games this season.
Strasbourg v Lyon (Ligue 1)
Lyon travel to Strasbourg, where they haven’t won on either of their last two visits. They arrive having only won two of their seven away games in Ligue 1 this season. Strasbourg are just a point behind the visitors and have won four in a row at the Stade de la Meinau.
Reims v Bordeaux (Ligue 1)
Bordeaux couldn’t beat Reims in two attempts last season, drawing here last September before losing at home in May. Les Girondins have been good on the road this season, winning three of their seven away games and only losing twice. Reims have two home wins this season, but have only lost once on home turf.
Barnsley v Hull (Championship)
Without a home win since August 3rd, Barnsley are rooted to the bottom of the Championship table. Opponents Hull have won three of their last five away games. They also won here on their last visit in the league.
Leicester v Everton (Premier League)
Having lifted the title in 2015/16, Leicester are involved in the race once again and know that victory here would keep them in the title race. The Foxes have won nine of their last ten games in all competitions. In contrast, Everton’s brief revival was ended but Norwich last weekend. They have now lost seven of their 13 league games this season.