Only goal difference splits these teams in La Liga and with Sevilla's recent performances and Real Madrid's injury woes, a winner is hard to call. The hosts are lacking firepower up front, while Sevilla have drawn three of their last four away league games 1-1 so we could see a repeat scoreline here.
Khulna Titans are coming off their first win in the BPL which should give them confidence but it was still a far from convincing performance. They are bolstered by the inclusion of Yasir Shah which will help but they will have to be at their best against the Victorians.
Dhaka Dynamites are coming off their first defeat of the Bangladesh Premier League and that will likely see them fired up to bounce back immediately here. The Sixers on the other hand are coming off an excellent win, and their confidence will be strong.
Injuries are unfortunately the biggest news in FPL this week, as both Harry Kane and Trent Alexander-Arnold have been ruled out of action. We analyse replacements for the pair, while delving into the fixture lists of sides with favourable schedules over the next five gameweeks.
Adelaide almost grabbed a draw at Sydney and the defeat is unlikely to have too many negative consequences as they have been much-improved in recent weeks. Western Sydney Wanderers have also shown glimpses of promise despite their losing run so both teams to find the net is a reasonable estimate.
This match promises to be a cracker and the fact that so many international players are available only adds to the intrigue. The Aces have a formidable squad of players at their disposal when their international players like Guptill, Munro and Ferguson are available, while the Firebirds can only add Neesham to their squad.
India bounced back to form in Adelaide with all of their big guns firing and could prove too strong for Australia again as they aim to back up their victory in the Test series and end their tour on another high.
Hobart arrive in top form with D’Arcy Short on fire once again this term with 355 runs so far at an average of 59.16. BBL’s top scorer can lead the Hurricanes to another victory against a Scorchers team whose attack has been blunted by the loss of Richardson and Behrendorff, and although their batting has improved of late, they should fall short once again here.
Manchester City thrashed Huddersfield 6-1 back in August and the champions appear back to their best after their mini slump. They have scored a whopping 24 goals in their last five games while the hosts have conceded eight in their last four at home, so there should be plenty of goals.
Son Heung-Min and Kane are two big losses for Spurs but they still have plenty of attacking firepower with the likes of Alli, Eriksen and Lucas Moura. Pochettino's men have been involved in some high-scoring games lately and against the league's worst defence, there should be plenty of goals.
These two sides played out a goalless draw when they met in September and another low-scoring contest looks likely. Eight of Wolves' last ten home Premier League games have produced fewer than three goals, as have all of Leicester's last six on their travels.
Burnley's form has improved since the turn of the year but they have only won twice on their travels this season, both times against teams battling relegation. Watford have not suffered many surprise defeats so far this term and they should come out on top in this contest.
Southampton have drawn more games than any other Premier League side this season, with one of their seven draws coming at Everton in October. With the Saints struggling for wins at home and Everton finding it difficult on their travels, the points could well be shared again.
Only bottom-side Huddersfield have scored fewer goals than these two teams this season. Cardiff have failed to score in three of their last four Premier League games but they have also recorded three clean sheets, and given that the reverse fixture ended goalless, a low scoring game is likely.