Leipzig to beat BK Hacken –

Leipzig thrashed Hacken 4-0 in the first leg and should win the return fixture, even though they don’t need to.

Ralf Rangnick’s side are a class above their Swedish opponents, who have lost four and drawn one of their last five games in the Europa League and Allsvenskan.

Apollon Limassol to beat FK Zeljeznicar –

Zeljeznicar lost 2-1 at home in the first leg, and have been beaten 1-0 by Celik Zenica in the Bosnian Premier League since then.

Apollon’s first-leg victory came after a 2-0 victory at home to Stumbras in the last round, and the Cypriot side are the team to back here.

Burnley to beat Aberdeen –

Burnley rescued a draw in Scotland thanks to an 80th-minute Sam Vokes header.

The Clarets should progress to the next round with a victory in the return leg at Turf Moor, as Aberdeen have lost four of their last six European away games.

Rangers to beat Osijek –

Rangers won 1-0 in Croatia in the first leg, and Steven Gerrard’s side should get the job done at Ibrox on Thursday.

The Scottish side beat Shkupi 2-0 at home in the last round and have also won pre-season friendlies at home to Bury and Wigan by an aggregate score of 9-0.

Sevilla to beat Ujpest –

Sevilla are still worth backing to win away from home this week, despite their 4-0 first-leg victory virtually putting them through already.

The Spaniards have won this competition in three of the last four seasons, while Ujpest haven't advanced past this round since 2004. media

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