Fill your boots: 5 BTTS picks for Thursday's European games
These games on the continent promise goals at both ends and, with our 9/1 accumulator, a tidy profit.
Apollon Limassol v Everton –
Apollon Limassol have scored in home games against Lyon and Atalanta in this group so far, so should have no problem netting against rock-bottom Everton.
The Toffees have already been knocked out of the competition and, with new manager Sam Allardyce not even attending the game, they have nothing to play for.
Everton have bagged 13 goals in their last six, though, so are more than capable of at least getting on the scoresheet.
Atalanta v Lyon –
Lyon won three consecutive away matches 5-0 in November before winning 2-1 at Caen on Sunday, so look certain to score on the road again.
Atalanta have been good at home this season, but still tend to concede against strong opposition – shipping once to Roma and twice to Juventus.
They have, though, scored in all nine of their matches at the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia since the opening day of the season.
Austria Vienna v AEK Athens –
Both teams have scored in each of Austria Vienna’s five group games in the Europa League.
They have also found the net in nine of their last 10 at home in all competitions, with city rivals Rapid Vienna the only side to shut them out in October.
Considering AC Milan are the only team to have stopped AEK Athens from scoring in their last nine, goals at both ends look guaranteed in this one.
Hoffenheim v Ludogorets –
Hoffenheim have scored in all 11 of their home games this season, and even rattled in four against second-placed Leipzig last weekend in the Bundesliga.
Julian Nagelsmann’s side have also seen the goals shared in four of their last five at the Rhein-Neckar-Arena.
Ludogorets have hit 11 goals in their last five away games, and four of their last seven matches have ended with both teams on the scoresheet.
Real Sociedad v Zenit –
Real Sociedad have found the net in all but one of their 21 matches this season and have not failed to score at the Anoeta Stadium.
The Spanish side have also seen both teams bag in seven of their last eight home games, and managed to register away to Zenit in a 3-1 defeat in September.
Zenit have not failed to score in any of their five group games, and have not kept a clean sheet since their 5-0 victory over Vardar Skopje on the opening matchday.