Arsenal to beat Cologne –

Arsenal’s fringe players have eased through the Europa League group stage so far, taking 10 points from their opening four matches.

They won 3-1 against Cologne at the Emirates Stadium in September, having gone a goal down after nine minutes.

Cologne were beaten by Mainz last Saturday and have now lost 13 and won just two of their last 17 in all competitions.

Lazio to beat Vitesse –

Lazio may have been beaten by Roma at the weekend, but they have still won five of their last six home games in all competitions.

Simone Inzaghi’s side are also the only team in the Europa League that still boast a 100 per cent record.

Vitesse were beaten 4-2 by mid-table side Groningen on Sunday and have now lost three of their last four.

Ostersunds to beat Zorya –

Surprise performers Ostersunds sit top of Group J after four matches, with seven points to their name.

They have already beaten Hertha Berlin at home and were only denied victory against Athletic Bilbao thanks to an 89th-minute equaliser.

Zorya lost to the Swedish side at home and are currently without a win in five.

Atalanta to beat Everton –

Everton are already out of the Europa League, having taken just one point from their opening four matches in Group E.

The Toffees have also won just one of their last 10 in all competitions.

Atalanta won the reverse fixture 3-0 in September and have accrued eight points from four unbeaten games in Europe.

Lyon to beat Apollon Limassol –

Lyon were a 90th-minute equaliser away from beating Apollon in Cyprus, but should fare better in the return fixture.

The French side have won six of their last seven in all competitions, including a 3-0 hammering of Everton, and are unbeaten in nine at home.

Apollon have taken just one point from their two previous European away games and have won just one of their previous eight on the road.