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Krasnodar v Valencia (17:55)

Valencia won 2-1 when these sides met in Spain a week ago, and more goals look likely in this second leg.

Krasnodar have scored in nine of their last 10 home matches, with Bayer Leverkusen the only side to keep them out.

Valencia beat Girona 3-2 at the weekend, meaning they’ve scored in six successive matches, notching eight in their last three.

Salzburg v Napoli (17:55)

Napoli beat Salzburg 3-0 at home last week and have scored eight goals in their three Europa League matches, so they’ll surely find the net again on Thursday night.

A clean sheet looks unlikely for Carlo Ancelotti’s side, though, against the group stage’s second-highest scorers.

Salzburg have netted 11 goals in their four home matches in the competition so far, including four against Club Brugge in the last round.

Inter Milan v Eintracht Frankfurt (20:00)

Inter held Frankfurt to a 0-0 draw in the first leg, but it’s fair to expect the German side to find the net on Thursday night, having done so in their previous eight Europa League matches.

Frankfurt scored more goals than any other side in the group stage, and they will need an away goal to have any chance of progressing.

Inter have registered in 15 of their last 17 home games in all competitions, so BTTS looks a safe bet.

Slavia Prague v Sevilla (20:00)

Sevilla’s last four matches have finished 2-4. 2-1, 2-2 (the first leg of this tie) and 5-2.

A similar scoreline looks likely on Thursday when they travel to face Slavia Prague, who have scored at least two goals in each of their last five matches.

Jindrich Trpisovsky’s side have netted in seven of their last nine games at home, including four in their last two.

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