media Qarabag v Arsenal (17:55)

Qarabag lost their opening Europa League match 2-0 at Sporting, but they’ve since scored nine goals in three games and should continue to fire against Arsenal.

The Gunners managed to concede twice in a 4-2 home win over Vorskla in their first group game, and they’ve only kept two clean sheets in nine this season.

Unai Emery is likely to make several changes to the team that beat Watford 2-0 at the weekend, but fringe players like Alex Iwobi and the in-form Danny Welbeck should ensure that Arsenal get on the scoresheet as well.

Rosenborg v Leipzig (17:55)

Rosenborg have been prolific at home this season, scoring at least two goals in five of their last six matches.

They have also kept just two clean sheets in their last five, and now face a Leipzig side that have found the net in each of their last eight games.

Ralf Rangnick’s side also conceded in seven of those matches, and have let in six goals in their last three away trips.

Apollon Limassol v Marseille (20:00)

Limassol have scored in each of their last six games in all competitions, including a 2-1 defeat away at Lazio in their first Europa League match.

Marseille lost 3-0 away at Lille last weekend, and they’ve now conceded 10 goals in their last four matches in all competitions.

L’OM had also scored in every game this season prior to last weekend, so their failure to find the net was probably just a blip.

Eintracht Frankfurt v Lazio (20:00)

Frankfurt beat Hannover 4-1 at the weekend, and both teams have now scored in each of their last six matches in all competitions.

Lazio are a similarly reliable BTTS side, with goals at both ends in each of their last four matches.

Juventus are the only team Lazio have failed to score against this season, so it’s likely that their scoring form will continue on Thursday night.


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