Arsenal to beat Qarabag (17:55)

Arsenal made it seven straight victories in all competitions with a 2-0 win over Watford last Saturday.

The Gunners eased to a 4-2 win over Vorskla in their first match in Group E and, having won two of their three away group games last season, are worth backing.

Following their 2-0 defeat to Sporting in their Europa League opener, Qarabag have not won any of their last nine European group games.

Salzburg to beat Celtic (17:55)

Salzburg have won 14 and drawn two of their 16 matches in all competitions so far this season and it’s difficult to see past a home win.

The Red Bulls beat Leipzig 3-2 in their opening match in Group B and have won their last two games by an aggregate score of 10-1.

Celtic have won just two of their last eight away games in all competitions and have made their worst start to a league season for 20 years.

Sevilla to beat Krasnodar (20:00)

Sevilla are currently on a four-match winning streak and are worth backing to extend that on Thursday.

The Spanish side thumped Standard Liege 5-1 to begin that run, which includes a 6-2 away win against Leganes and a 3-0 victory over Real Madrid.

Krasnodar are on an impressive run themselves, having six on the spin. But they have won just one of their last four home games in the Europa League and should be beaten against better opposition.

Rangers to beat Rapid Vienna (20:00)

Rangers have won six straight games in all competitions at Ibrox and look a cracking bet to add another victory here.

The Gers have lost just two of their 15 matches under Steven Gerrard and claimed an impressive 2-2 draw away to Villarreal on Matchday 1, while also having chances to win it.

Rapid Vienna have lost four and drawn two of their last six away games and have managed just one win in their last seven games in all competitions.

Genk to beat Sarpsborg (20:00)

Genk began their Europa League campaign with a 2-0 victory over Malmo a fortnight ago and have won their three subsequent domestic games by scorelines of 5-2, 4-0 and 4-0.

The Belgian side are unbeaten in their last 21 matches in all competitions, winning 18.

Sarpsborg were beaten by Besiktas on Matchday 1 and have lost each of their last seven matches in all competitions.


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