Europa League tips: How will Chelsea, Celtic and Rangers fare?

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Arsenal take on Sporting Lisbon in the Europa League tonight looking to secure top spot of Group E.

We’re got a full preview of the game at the Emirates here. There’s much more action to keep an eye on around the continent. And we’ve tipped up the best of the rest…

BATE Borisov v Chelsea (5:55pm)

After beating BATE 3-1 last time out, Chelsea will top Group L if they make it four wins from four. They’re 4/11 to do just that.

Eden Hazard has travelled to Belarus to help him regain full sharpness. He’s likely to start on the bench, so you can get 16/5 on him to score last.

Olivier Giroud is 7/2 to open the scoring, or 23/20 to score his first club goal of the season at any point. Ruben Loftus-Cheek is also 19/10 to follow up his hat-trick against BATE last time with another goal.

Lazio v Marseille (5:55pm)

After reaching the Europa League final last season, Marseille face a battle to reach the knockout stages this year. They’ve only picked up one point so far. Lazio are second in Group H with six points, three behind group leaders Eintracht Frankfurt.

Lazio ran out 3-1 winners in France. With Marseille reeling from three straight losses, the hosts are 7/10 to beat them again.

Ciro Immobile has eight goals in Serie A this term. He’s 12/5 to break the deadlock here. Florian Thauvin is Marseille’s best goalscoring hope at 15/8 anytime.

Spartak Moscow v Rangers (5:55pm)

Rangers currently top group G and they were unlucky not to get all three points against Spartak last month.

The hosts have lost their last four games in front of their own fans. You can get Rangers to win at 12/5 or 4/6 in the Double Chance.

Alfredo Morelos has six goals in six for the Scottish side. With Kyle Lafferty out, he’ll be especially important tonight. We go 15/8 that he keeps his scoring run going.

Celtic v RB Leipzig (8:00pm)

Celtic have started to look more like themselves lately. They’ve won three on the spin without conceding since losing 2-0 to Leipzig three weeks ago.

Anything less than a win could see them go out here. We go 5/2 that the Hoops get the points, but Leipzig are very dangerous opponents. The draw is also 5/2, with Both Teams to Score going for 8/13.

After netting against Brendan Rodgers’ team last month, there’s 9/5 about Matheus Cunha scoring again. Celtic’s James Forrest has scored in three consecutive games, he’s 7/2 to keep it going.

Real Betis v AC Milan (8:00pm)

The winner of this one will be in the Group F driving seat. Betis won 2-1 in the San Siro last month. They’re 6/5 to do the double over Milan, with Both Teams to Score at 17/20.

Antonio Sanabria opened the scoring when these two sides last met. He’s 4/1 joint-favourite to do so again this time.

Milan will be looking to Patrick Cutrone at 9/4 anytime, while centre-back Alessio Romagnoli is 15/2 to score for the third game running.

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Daniel Anwar

Daniel has covered sports for Squawka, FourFourTwo and iSportconnect. He is a naively optimistic Arsenal fan and is also passionate about music, film and chicken wings.