Matchday six is here and there’s plenty to play for as the group phase comes to a close.
Celtic will be going in search of the point they need to get over the line against unbeaten RB Salzburg tonight.
But we also have many questions across the entire competition that remain unanswered.
Ahead of kick-off we round up four of the biggest matches on show tonight…
Arsenal v Qarabag
Arsenal have already secured top spot and could make wholesale changes tonight.
The Gunners could welcome back club-captain Laurent Koscielny back into the fold.
Unai Emery’s men to win to nil are 21/20.
Olympiacos v AC Milan
AC Milan must avoid a two-goal defeat in Greece to advance to the Europa League knock-out rounds.
It’s 21/5 for the Italians to grab the win which would heap pressure on first-placed Real Betis.
Patrick Cutrone bagged two goals in the reverse fixture. The young forward is 6/1 to score first.
Olympiacos know a win by two goals or more would see them through. The home side are 17/10 to secure the victory.
Lazio v Eintracht Frankfurt
Lazio and Frankfurt lock horns at the Stadio Olimpico with both teams assured of a last-32 place.
This could be a high scoring match with Frankfurt the joint-top scorers in the competition with 15 goals.
Lazio’s Ciro Immobile will be the big danger for the Serie A outfit. The former Borussia Dortmund man is 13/5 to notch first.
Sevilla v Krasnodar
Sevilla are back in the competition they’ve near enough owned over the last few years.
The Spanish club are 4/11 to score the victory they need to secure their progression to the next stage.
Injuries to key men Aleix Vidal and Jesus Navas means Quincy Promes could get a start.
He scored two goals in two games against Krasnodar whilst at Spartak Moscow last season.
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