Rosenborg v Real Sociedad –

Rosenborg have scored in all eight of their Europa League games this season, and notched eight in the four of those that were at home.

Nicklas Bendtner has scored six in seven for the Norwegian champions, who are also yet to keep a home clean sheet in Europe.

They should struggle to keep out Real Sociedad, who have scored in 11 successive games in all competitions and bagged four in the reverse fixture.

Everton v Atalanta –

Ronald Koeman’s sacking has given Everton a bit of a spark up front, with five goals in their last two games under David Unsworth.

The Toffees have netted in in six of their last seven games at Goodison Park, and now face an Atalanta side that have been much worse on their travels than they have at home this season.

La Dea are yet to keep a clean sheet in eight away matches, although they have scored in seven of those games.

Braga v Hoffenheim –

Only Porto and Ludogorets have stopped Braga scoring at home this season, and the Portuguese side have bagged two or more goals in six of their nine fixtures at the Estadio Municipal.

Both teams have scored in seven of their eight Europa League games (including qualifiers), including a 2-1 win away at Hoffenheim in September.

The Bundesliga side have also found the net in nine of their 10 away matches to date, and stuck three past Koln the last time they played on the road.

Partizan Belgrade v Young Boys –

Partizan have been on fire recently, scoring at least twice in each of their last seven fixtures.

The Belgrade club have scored four in two at home in the group stage so far, and drew 1-1 when they met Young Boys in Switzerland two months ago.

Expect the visitors to get on the scoresheet here as well, as they have done in each of their last nine games on their travels.