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Milan to score first -

Milan have got to go for it on Thursday night, and they should benefit from playing an Arsenal side that have a history of complacency in this kind of game.

The Gunners lost 2-1 at home to Ostersunds in the last round after winning the away leg 3-0, and started slowly in the three games following that defeat, conceding first against Manchester City (twice) and Brighton.

Andre Silva to score -

Silva’s 90th-minute winner against Genoa at the weekend was his first Serie A goal, and he should be rewarded with a starting spot against Arsenal.

The Portugal international has been prolific in the Europa League – scoring six goals in just eight appearances – and is a good bet to get on the scoresheet on Thursday.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan to score -

Mkhitaryan is another Europa League specialist, with his opener against Milan in the first leg taking his tally in the competition to 18 in 35 appearances (including qualifiers).

The 29-year-old also scored against Watford at the weekend, and is guaranteed to start in this second leg.

Sead Kolasinac to be booked

Kolasinac has started every game for Arsenal in the absence of the injured Nacho Monreal, and picked up bookings in three of his last four games.

Up against the speedy Suso, it’d be no surprise to see the Bosnian carded again.