Bet 1: Back BTTS in Werder Bremen v Hertha Berlin @ 4/5 - KO 17:30 GMT
These two clubs are underperforming this season as the hosts are down in 16th place, while the visitors are in 11th. Neither have won since the Bundesliga returned from it's winter break - they have played two games apiece - and I'm inclined to believe that there will be goals this evening.
Bremen's last two at home have been score draws, and despite their struggles, they are unbeaten in four in front of their own fans - scoring in all four.
Hertha Berlin drew 1-1 with Dortmund when they were last in action, and five of their last six have ended with goals at both ends. They did fail to find the net at Stuttgart on their latest away outings, but prior to that they had scored in five away games on the bounce - keeping just the one clean sheet themselves.
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Malaga v Girona @ 5/6 - KO 17:30 GMT
More goals from Spain now as Malaga take on Girona in a match that both teams will be fancying their chances of victory in.
Malaga are bottom of the league and without a win in five. Four of those were defeats, but they ended that run with a 1-1 draw at Eibar on Monday, and Girona at home is a nice fixture to follow.
The visitors aren't poor - far from it, they are 11th in the table - but they aren't a big name and are new to the top flight. They haven't won in three on their travels - two defeats - and as far as the goals go, this selection would have landed in seven of their last eight away from home.
Admittedly, the hosts haven't scored in their last three on this ground, but they will be buoyed by that point at Eibar, and Girona have only conceded fewer goals than six other teams.
Bet 3: Back Villarreal @ 11/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
Villarreal are on the periphery of the top four, but with Valencia taking on Real Madrid this afternoon, one or both of those will drop points, so this evening represents a great chance for the Yellow Submarine to close the gap.
Javier Calleja's side have won their last three matches in all competitions - including a win at the Bernabeu - while their opponents, Real Sociedad, have lost their last three.
The hosts have had a couple of reverses at home this term, but they came against Sevilla and Barcelona, and the visitors are without a win in five on the road. Three of those were defeats, and they have started to struggle for goals away from home.