CSKA Moscow v Arsenal – Yes

Both teams have scored in CSKA Moscow’s last four matches, and that run should extend for the visit of Arsenal on Thursday.

There were several opportunities at both ends in last week’s first leg, while the hosts can take encouragement from the fact that the Gunners have conceded early in the second leg of both previous rounds.

Arsene Wenger’s side have only failed to score at Chelsea and Tottenham in their last 10 away games, so should do their bit.

Marseille v RB Leipzig – Yes

After Monday’s 4-1 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen, RB Leipzig have scored and conceded in seven of their last nine matches.

There have also been goals at both ends in the visitor’s last four European away games, including in the last round at Napoli.

Marseille have scored 12 goals in five home matches in this competition this season, and have recorded results of 2-2, 6-3 and 2-3 in their last eight games at the Stade Velodrome.

RB Salzburg v Lazio – Yes

The first leg of this tie finished 4-2, and more of the same should be expected as RB Salzburg chase the tie.

The hosts have scored 14 goals in eight European home matches this season, only drawing 0-0 with Dortmund in the last round after a first-leg victory, and have scored 16 in seven matches at the Red Bull Arena overall.

There have been goals at both ends in seven of Lazio’s last eight matches, including two 2-2s, a 6-2 and last week’s 4-2. 

Sporting v Atletico Madrid – No

While Sporting tend to score against inferior opposition, the fact they have been held at home by Barcelona, Steaua Bucharest and twice Porto is a concern ahead of this game.

Atletico Madrid boast La Liga’s best defence, and have conceded just three goals in five European away matches this season.

Defending a 2-0 lead, the Spaniards will ensure that the back door is closed before trying too much in attack.


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