Dynamo Kiev v Lazio –

Dynamo Kiev put two past Lazio away from home in the first leg, meaning they’ve now scored in nine of their last 10 Europa League games.

The Ukrainian side have notched 15 goals in their last six home matches, and have also kept just two clean sheets in 10 in Europe.

Expect more goals against Lazio, whose last two games have finished 2-2 – including the first leg in Rome – and who have both scored and conceded in three of their last four Europa League away games.

Zenit St Petersburg v Leipzig –

Zenit drew 0-0 against Amkar Perm in their last home match, but they had scored 12 goals in their previous four games on their own patch, including a 3-0 win over Celtic in the last round.

They should find the net against Leipzig, who have kept just two clean sheets in their last 15 games away from home.

The Bundesliga side netted twice in Russia in the first leg, and have both scored and conceded in seven of their nine European games this term.

Arsenal v AC Milan –

AC Milan are going to have to attack from the start at the Emirates on Thursday after losing 2-0 in the first leg at the San Siro.

The Rossoneri have scored in seven of their last eight away games in all competitions, and should do so against an Arsenal defence that have kept just one clean sheet in nine at home.

The Gunners have scored 20 goals in nine Europa League matches, and 10 in four at home.

Salzburg v Borussia Dortmund –

Salzburg drew 2-2 away at Mattersburg on Sunday, meaning they’ve now scored in 10 successive games in all competitions.

The first leg finished 2-1 to the Austrian side, and more of the same should be expected given that there have been goals at both ends in each of Dortmund’s last five matches.

Both teams have scored in all nine of Peter Stoger’s side’s European matches this season.


*Odds subject to change.