AC Milan to beat Austria Vienna –

Last weekend’s defeat aside, AC Milan have enjoyed a superb start to the season.

The Rossoneri have won six out of seven in all competitions and waltzed through Europa League qualifying, beating Shkendija 7-0 on aggregate in the play-off round.

They should comfortably see off an Austria Vienna side that have lost three and drawn two of their last five home games in Europe.

Copenhagen to beat Lokomotiv Moscow –

Copenhagen have won 39 and lost just one of their last 52 home matches in all competitions, so should always be backed at their own ground.

The Danish champions also come into this game in decent form, having won three out of four.

They are great value to take all three points from a side with just two away wins from seven in Europe.

Arsenal to beat Cologne –

Arsenal made light of their struggles last Saturday with a comprehensive win over Bournemouth to make it two wins from two at the Emirates this term.

That was their seventh consecutive home win and they are unlikely to be troubled on Thursday.

Cologne have lost three on the bounce and their only away win in 10 came against a fifth-tier side in the German Cup.

Marseille to beat Konyaspor –

Despite losing back-to-back matches, Marseille are worth backing.

The French side have won seven and drawn two of their last 10 matches at the Stade Velodrome, while they have also won four of their last six in home games Europe.

Against Konyaspor, who have started the season with three defeats out of four, they should claim three points.

Lazio to beat Vitesse – 

Lazio are nailed on.

Fresh from thumping AC Milan 4-1 at the weekend, Simone Inzaghi’s side have now won three out of four this season and remain unbeaten.

Given that Vitesse have lost five of their last six games in the Europa League, an away win looks likely.