20:00 Tuesday

Frankfurt vs Tottenham

Two sides who have had hit and miss starts to their UCL campaigns so far this season, Spurs picking up a decent win over Marseille and then crumbling late on in Portugal against Sporting while Frankfurt were also seen off by Sporting in their opener before getting a win against Marseille.

Identical records with both sides on three points and I fancy a few goals in this one. Spurs have been packed full of goals at both ends as of late and need to bounce back quickly from a 3-1 loss in the North London derby at the weekend, but prior to that they ran riot against Leicester, knocking six past them. There’s a lot to be desired defensively though and with three straight wins in all competitions, Frankfurt definitely pose a threat here, particularly with home advantage.

A loss for either side in the first of this Frankfurt-Spurs double header wouldn’t be the best result for either side, and between two attacking outfits I like the look of both teams finding the net in this one.

20:00 Tuesday

Reading vs Norwich

3rd taking on 2nd here and I can’t be the only one who’s been pretty shocked by Reading this season. Widely tipped to face relegation following an indifferent season last year and financial restrictions, they’re absolutely flying this term and a win here could see them move joint top of the league.

The best home record in the league with five wins from six and the 2nd best home attack in the league with 11 goals, they can cause the best of sides in the league a few problems, and that’s exactly what they’ll have to do here as they host Norwich. The visitors had a slow start but things are gathering pace as of late with five wins in their last six games in all competitions.

There’s no doubt that Norwich have plenty of talent in front of goal, but they are capable of leaking a few as well. West Brom, Bristol City and Birmingham have all found the net against the promotion hopefuls in recent weeks, and both sides have enough about them to deliver a goal in this one.

19:45 Tuesday

Burton vs Fleetwood

Having parted company with Jimmy Floyd Hasseilbaink, things are slowly on the up for Brewers fans. Their win against Forest Green at the weekend moved them off the foot of the table for the first time this season and it’s now three wins in four for Dino in all competitions, including impressive wins over Exeter away from home and a 2-3 win at Sheffield Wednesday in the EFL Trophy.

One area they have massively improved is in front of goal with nine goals in their last four, but the same old problems exist at the back. They’ve managed just one clean sheet in all competitions this season, and Fleetwood are more than capable of finding the net themselves. They were beaten 0-1 against a decent Barnsley side at the weekend but had scored in each of their six previous games.

Both meetings last season were entertaining affairs, ending 3-2 here at the Pirelli and 1-2 at Highbury, and I like the look of a few more goals this time around as well.