Inter will be keen to return to form when they travel to the Stadio Artemio Franchi to take on Fiorentina in Friday's Serie A clash. Having conceded just three goals in their last seven league games and kept four clean sheets in the most recent five, Fiorentina will certainly back themselves to submit their guests to more frustration in this clash. Considering the hosts have only struck seven times in the previous seven league fixtures themselves, it looks generous on them ensuring under 2.5 goals are scored for their seventh match in eight, as well as a sixth in seven for Inter.
Tottenham have scored 12 times in their last three home Premier League games but given West Ham's impressive form in the final third of late, they shouldn't be ruled out of contributing to a goal-fest at Wembley. Considering both the previous league and cup meetings between the pair ended 3-2 earlier in the campaign, goals could be the call once again with the home side likely to welcome back Kane to the fold after illness restricted him to a late cameo on Tuesday.
Liverpool have enjoyed recent derby encounters against their local rivals. The Reds are on their joint-longest unbeaten run against Everton in all competitions and it's no surprise to see them favoured again here. Everton's showings against Manchester United and Bournemouth don't bode well for their prospects at Anfield but the fact that this is a derby may galvanise the visitors. That said, Liverpool have the strength in depth to make changes should they need to and getting the hosts onside at a better price.
Fleetwood Town will be looking to cause an upset when they welcome Leicester City to Highbury Stadium for Saturday’s FA Cup Third Round clash. Although McAleny’s absence has not been too keenly felt thanks to the prolific form of Devante Cole in attack, Fleetwood have had more problems at the other end of the pitch this season. Having scored more goals than second-placed Shrewsbury in League One, they have also conceded more than all but four other teams themselves.