Here's your six-teams multi ahead of tonight's matches!
Rapid Wien vs Arsenal
Only one of Arsenal's eight games in all competitions this season has featured more than three goals, and that was a 3-1 defeat to Liverpool with a late Diogo Jota goal. Rapid ended up second in their last UEL group stage campaign, with every home match - along with the Round of 32 home leg - seeing at least one team fail to score in matches producing under 2.5 goals.
✅ TIP: Under 2.5 match goals
Bayer Leverkusen vs Nice
Leverkusen is unbeaten in their last 12 home UEL/UEFA Cup group stage matches (W9, D3), with seven wins coming ‘to-nil. Entertaining second halves were a common theme for those games, with the vast majority (76%) of the match goals being scored after the halftime break. With seven of their last eight home matches in the competition all square at the break, we may need to wait for the second period for drama.
✅ TIP: Over 2.5 match goals
Rijeka vs Real Sociedad
Real Sociedad has lost just one of their last 13 competitive games as away favorites (W9, D3, L1). They netted an average of three goals per fixture across the last eight games in that sequence. Back to the present, La Real is flying high in LaLiga after just one defeat in their first six matches. Rijeka is winless against Spanish opposition in seven meetings and we are backing the visiting Spaniards to extend that run.
✅ TIP: Real Sociedad win at FT
Celtic vs AC Milan
In a run going back to November 2015, Celtic have gone 13 UEL home matches without a draw (W8, L5). Four of the defeats saw both teams score and combine for over 2.5 goals. Milan will be fired up after their Derby win over Inter and their away form is superb, unbeaten in 12 matches on the road although five were drawn. Bet on Milan to avoid defeat again here.
✅ TIP: AC Milan win or draw
Leicester City vs Zorya
Zorya’s last five UEL away games all saw both teams score and that batch of matches produced an average of 1.8 match goals per game after the 60th minute. Brendan Rodgers' Foxes will be eyeing up a win against a team that has picked up just eight points from a possible 36 in their last 12 UEL encounters.
✅ TIP: Both Teams To Score
Spurs vs LASK
After drawing 3-3 at the weekend, Spurs will be happy to be back in European action. Jose Mourinho's side became the first team in Premier League history to fail to win when 3-0 up as late as the 81st minute. That game was Spurs’ eighth consecutive match with goals at both ends and their third straight fixture that contained over 5.5 goals and more than 2.5 goals in the first period. More of the same is expected here.
✅ TIP: Over 3.5 goals