Crvena Zvezda v Arsenal – 8/11
After their 2-1 defeat to Watford at the weekend, Arsenal have now kept just one clean sheet in five away matches this season, letting in nine goals.
The Gunners should concede again against Red Star, who have scored in 11 of their 12 home matches this season and have registered in both of their group matches so far.
Arsenal have scored in their two Europa League games, bagging three at home to Cologne and four away at BATE Borisov.
Arsene Wenger’s second string have actually been more prolific than his first team, and that trend should continue in Belgrade.
Nice v Lazio – 4/6
Nice have scored in seven of their eight home games this season, with a Champions League qualifier against Napoli their only blank.
The French side have netted 11 in their last four at the Allianz Riviera, and also conceded four against Marseille last time out.
Lazio have been just as good going forward, with 13 goals in five away games, including two at Juventus on Saturday.
The Biancocelesti have kept just one clean sheet on their travels, however, and let in two against Vitesse in their only Europa League away trip so far.
Everton v Lyon – 3/5
Everton have been steady scorers at home this season, registering in seven of their nine games at Goodison Park in all competitions.
The Toffees should manage to breach a Lyon defence that have conceded nine in their last four in all competitions.
The French side have been prolific, too, netting 10 in those four fixtures, including three against Monaco last week.
Braga v Ludogorets – 4/5
Braga scored six against Estoril in their last home game – the sixth time this season they’ve twice or more at the Estadio Municipal.
Ludogorets should also get on the scoresheet in Portugal, having bagged eight goals in their last three games and two against Hoffenheim in their last European match.