There is action to be found all over Europe on Tuesday night, with plenty of points up for grabs in the Championship, Scottish Premiership, Bundesliga and La Liga.
Here is a fourfold accumulator on both teams to score.
- QPR vs Huddersfield – No @ 5/6
- Hibernian vs Ross County – Yes @ EVS
- Bayern Munich vs Werder Bremen – Yes @ 8/13
- Osasuna vs Barcelona – No @ EVS
Four-fold @ 10/1
QPR vs Huddersfield – No @ 5/6
Injury-ravaged Huddersfield are the Championship’s standout relegation candidates and risk being left behind in the race for survival.
With one goal scored in their last five games, their attack displays nothing of the potency that got them to the play-off final last season and they have scored just once in five games.
Hibernian vs Ross County – Yes @ EVS
Hibernian have scored in every Premiership game at Easter Road this season, running out emphatic 3-0 winners against St Mirren most recently after also putting three past Aberdeen and netting two in the draw with Rangers so far this term.
Their 18 goals in 14 matches represents a solid return, but their six losses up to this point have come about from an inability to lock teams out at the back.
Hibs’ record of one clean sheet – the win over St Mirren – in their last four games, in which they have conceded 12 times, could well worsen against Ross County, who came from behind to beat the Buddies 3-2 on Saturday.
Their win at Dingwall was the fourth time in five games that the struggling side have found the net, as they look to pull away from danger.
Bayern Munich vs Werder Bremen – Yes @ 8/13
Normal service seems to have resumed in time for Christmas as dynastic Bayern Munich lead the way in the Bundesliga.
The early threat from Freiburg and Union Berlin has fallen away in recent weeks with the Bavarians on top of the pile at the 13-game mark, largely thanks to their superiority in front of goal.
Julian Nagelsmann’s unit have struck an unrivalled 41 times so far – next-best Frankfurt have managed a measly 27 – but their Tuesday night opponents know how to find the target away from home.
If Werder Bremen, seventh, were able to mirror their road form in front of their own fans, they could well be fighting the big boys for a Champions League spot, just as Freiburg and Union are.
Only one of Werder’s four Bundesliga defeats has come in an away match – they were unbeaten on their travels until the 2-0 defeat against Freiburg last time out, which constitutes their one and only failure to score away from home this season in a run of seven matches.
Osasuna vs Barcelona – No @ EVS
Barcelona are doing their best to stick close to Real Madrid in Spain and continue their quest for redemption at Osasuna on Tuesday night.
The Azulgrana defence has proved one of the most effective across Europe this season, with just four goals conceded through the whole La Liga campaign to date – and three of those goals came in the El Clasico defeat to Los Blancos.
Fifth-placed Osasuna have been this season’s surprise package, quietly going about their business to sit on the fringes of the Champions League spots. But their strength lies more in their defence than attack and their record of 12 concessions in 13 games pales in comparison to Barca’s 11 clean sheets.
Stopping the Catalan giants, whose 31 goals lead the way in the Spanish scoring stats, is an unenviable task and with the World Cup in sight, Xavi’s men will not be taking their foot off the gas as they endeavour to enter the winter break without ceding any more of an advantage to their great rivals.