Eintracht Frankfurt v Shakhtar Donetsk (17:55)

Five of Frankfurt’s last six matches have seen goals at both ends, including their 2-2 draw in Kharkiv in the first leg of this tie.

The Bundesliga side have scored 10 goals in their three home Europa League matches this season, putting four each past Lazio and Marseille in the group stage.

Frankfurt are also without a clean sheet in six home games in all competitions, so Shakhtar – who have scored at least twice in nine of their last 10 away matches – should get on the scoresheet as well.

Salzburg v Club Brugge (17:55)

Salzburg were surprisingly beaten 2-1 in Belgium a week ago, meaning they have conceded in five of their seven Europa League matches this season.

They’ve also scored in every one of those European games, including seven goals in three home matches.

There have been goals at both ends in each of Club Brugge’s last five matches in all competitions, and this one should be no different.

Benfica v Galatasaray (20:00)

Benfica beat Desportivo Aves 3-0 on Monday night, meaning they’ve now scored at least two goals in each of their last six matches, including last week’s 2-1 win at Galatasaray.

Expect a high-scoring game when they host the Turkish side, who will need to go for it on Thursday night after conceding two away goals.

Galatasaray have scored in 15 successive matches in all competitions, so they’re likely to find the net at least once here.

Real Betis v Stade Rennes (20:00)

Betis nicked a 3-3 draw in Rennes last Thursday, and followed that up with a 1-1 draw at home to Deportivo Alaves at the weekend.

Quique Setien’s side have found the net in six successive matches, and conceded in five of those.

Rennes had scored in 12 consecutive away games before losing 2-0 at Reims on Sunday, so they’re worth backing to return to scoring form on Thursday night.


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