Molde v Zenit (18:00)

Zenit have scored 11 and conceded six goals in three Europa League qualifiers so far.

The Russian side followed their 8-1 victory over Dinamo Minsk in the previous round with a 3-1 win in the first leg of this tie, although they are yet to keep a clean sheet in the tournament.

Molde have drawn just one blank in their last 15 home games in all competitions and both teams have scored in each of their last three matches.

Besiktas v Partizan Belgrade (19:00)

Besiktas extended their run of consecutive BTTS matches to five at the weekend with a 3-2 defeat at home to Antalyaspor.

The Turkish club haven’t failed to score in 23 matches in all competitions at Vodafone Park, in a sequence that includes Champions League goals against Bayern Munich and Porto.

Partizan have only failed to score twice in their last 28 matches in all competitions, so they should do their bit as well.

Brondby v Genk (19:30)

Genk won the first leg of this tie 5-2 last week and the return tie is as nailed on a pick as you can get this week.

The Belgian side haven’t failed to score in any of their 10 matches in all competitions this season, while their last four results read 3-2, 5-2, 3-2 and 2-1.

If that wasn’t enough, both teams have scored in four of Brondby’s last five matches.

Steaua Bucharest v Rapid Vienna (19:30)

Steaua followed their 3-1 defeat last week in the first leg of this tie with a 4-1 victory against Viitorul in their domestic league on Sunday.

The hosts have scored two or more goals in nine of their last 10 matches in all competitions, with four of their last five ending as BTTS matches.

Rapid Vienna have been full of goals, too, bagging 10 in their last four matches.


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