Valencia to beat Krasnodar (17:55)

Valencia beat Girona 3-2 away from home last weekend, despite having a man sent off after 72 minutes and conceding an equaliser with seven minutes left.

Marcelino’s side have won four on the spin and come into this with a 2-1 lead from their leg at the Mestalla last week.

Krasnodar are without a win in their last nine matches in all competitions, so the value is with the visitors.

RB Salzburg to beat Napoli (17:55)

Salzburg drew 0-0 at home to Sturm Graz in the Austrian Bundesliga at the weekend, having rested key players on account of the fact they have already won the title.

The Austrian side have won 14 and drawn three of their 17 games at the Red Bull Arena this season and overturned a 2-1 deficit against Club Brugge in the previous round, winning 4-0 in the home leg.

Napoli will provide their toughest test of the competition but have won just two of their last seven away games. There is value in them getting beat here.

Arsenal to win and over 2.5 goals (20:00)

Arsenal overturned a first-leg deficit against BATE with a 3-0 victory at the Emirates three weeks ago and can do similar this week.

The Gunners have won each of their last five home games in all competitions and three out of four in the Europa League – a run that includes three straight clean sheets.

They will need to score at least two goals to progress and should do so against a Rennes side that have lost three of their last five matches on the road.

Benfica to beat Dinamo Zagreb (20:00)

Benfica have won 10 of their last 13 matches in all competitions at the Estadio da Luz, with their only defeat in that sequence coming against Porto in the Portuguese League Cup in January.

They have scored four on more on six separate occasions in that run, including a 10-0 drubbing of Nacional last month, so they are definitely capable of overturning the 1-0 deficit from the previous leg.

Dinamo Zagreb have managed just one victory in their last five away games in all competitions and have failed to win either of their last two in Europe.

Eintracht Frankfurt to qualify v Inter (20:00)

Frankfurt impressed in their 0-0 draw at home in the first leg of this tie and are good enough to progress at the Giuseppe Meazza.

The German side have won seven and drawn two of their nine Europa League games this season and are currently on an 11-match unbeaten run in all competitions.

Inter’s 2-0 win over strugglers SPAL in Serie A last weekend was their first in four matches in a run that saw them lose 2-1 to relegation candidates Cagliari.


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