Galatasaray v Benfica (17:55)

Galatasaray have scored 19 goals in their last five home games in all competitions, and they will surely register at least once on Thursday night.

The Turkish side have also kept just two clean sheets in their last 10 matches on home soil, so keeping out a Benfica side coming off a 10-0 win will be a tough task.

Bruno Lage’s side have netted 21 goals in their last four games and have conceded in 10 successive European away trips.

Krasnodar v Bayer Leverkusen (17:55)

Krasnodar have found the net in eight successive home matches in all competitions, scoring at least two goals in seven of those.

Their three home games in the group stage all finished 2-1 and there should again be goals at both ends when they host Leverkusen.

The German side have netted 12 goals in their last four matches in all competitions and 10 in three away from home in the Europa League.

Lazio v Sevilla (17:55)

Lazio have scored in 10 home games in a row, so they will surely find the net against a Sevilla side who are without a clean sheet in 10 away trips.

Goals look likely at both ends given that Sevilla are the highest scorers in this season’s Europa League so far, with 18 goals in their six matches.

Lazio have only kept one clean sheet in their last 11 games at the Stadio Olimpico, and they conceded in all three of their home matches in the group stage.

Shakhtar Donetsk v Eintracht Frankfurt (17:55)

Shakhtar failed to keep a clean sheet in the Champions League group stage, conceding at least twice in five of their six matches.

They now face a Frankfurt side who have bagged 17 goals in six Europa League matches, with seven of those coming on their travels.

Frankfurt also conceded in all three of their group stage away games, while Shakhtar have scored in 11 of their last 13 home matches.


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