Sporting CP v Arsenal

Arsenal have taken a strong squad to Portugal, so they should extend their run of 11 games with a goal in all competitions.

The Gunners have scored seven goals in two Europa League matches so far, but they conceded twice to Vorskla at home and face a stiffer test in Sporting.

Jose Peseiro’s side have scored 10 goals in their five home games this season, and they’ve bagged two goals in each of their last three matches overall.

Zurich v Bayer Leverkusen

Zurich’s last two Swiss Super League matches have finished 2-2 and 3-3, and another high-scoring game looks likely on Thursday.

They face a Leverkusen side that have scored in all of their home matches this season, including a 2-2 draw with Hannover last weekend.

The German side have won their opening two Europa League matches 3-2 and 4-2, so BTTS should be a safe bet.

Marseille v Lazio

Marseille have scored in all six of their home matches so far this season, and found the net at least twice in five of those.

They face a Lazio side who have scored in nine successive matches after beating Parma 2-0 last Sunday.

The Biancocelesti’s two Europa League matches to date have finished 2-1 and 1-4, while Marseille have also scored and conceded in both of their group stage games so far.

Leipzig v Celtic

Leipzig’s three Europa League matches this season have finished 3-2, 2-3 and 1-3, so backing more goals here makes sense.

The German side have not failed to score yet this season, hitting 13 in their last four at the Red Bull Arena.

Fortunately, Celtic have scored 10 goals in their last two matches and have scored in nine of their 10 European matches this season.


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