Arsenal to win to nil v BATE Borisov (17:55)

Arsenal breezed through their Europa League group, taking 16 points from an available 18 and keeping five clean sheets out of six.

The Gunners are yet to conceded a goal away from the Emirates in the competition this season and recorded 3-0 victories over both Qarabag and Vorskla in Group E.

BATE lost two home games out of three in the group stage, including a 1-0 defeat to Chelsea in November, and are unlikely to spring a shock here.

RB Salzburg to beat Club Brugge (20:00)

RB Salzburg won six games out of six in their Europa League group and are unbeaten in 31 matches in all competitions this season.

The Austrian side have won 26 of those and have drawn just three of their 17 away games so far.

They are an excellent price to take a first-leg lead against Club Brugge, who exited the Champions League with just one win in six group games.

Chelsea to beat Malmo and under 2.5 goals (20:00)

Chelsea won 1-0 against PAOK and BATE in their opening two away games in Group L on their way to finishing first with five victories and a draw.

Maurizio Sarri’s side have enough quality to get ahead in the tie, but a run of four straight away defeats only adds to the feeling that this will be a tight affair.

Malmo haven’t played since a 1-0 victory over Besiktas on Matchday 6, but lost just one of their six matches in the group stage and should still be in the tie at Stamford Bridge next week.

Sporting to beat Villarreal (20:00)

Villarreal are second-bottom of La Liga and made it out of their Europa League group with just two victories out of six.

The Yellow Submarine failed to win any of their away games in Group G and are currently on a 10-game winless run in all competitions.

Sporting lost their last home game against Benfica, but had won six of their previous seven at the Jose Alvalade Stadium.

Napoli to beat Zurich (20:00)

Zurich come into this match on the back of just two victories from their last 10 matches in all competitions – both against the Swiss Super League’s second-bottom side Grasshoppers.

The Swiss side took just one point from their final three group-stage matches and, against a higher quality of opposition, could be in for a rough night.

Napoli have won nine of their last 14 matches in all competitions and earned victories against Liverpool and Red Star, as well as a 2-2 draw away to Paris Saint-Germain, before dropping out of the Champions League this season.


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