Lyon to beat Sparta Prague @ 42/100
Les Gones shaded a seven-goal thriller when taking on Sparta in Prague two weeks ago and are sitting pretty at the top of the Group A table. Lyon had previously enjoyed much smoother successes when beating Rangers 2-0 away and brushing aside Brondby 3-0 at Parc OL in France. With his side only sixth in Ligue 1, Peter Bosz will be keen to qualify early and then focus on improving their domestic status.
Real Sociedad to beat Sturm Graz @ 2/9
The White and Blues will be determined to uphold Spanish honour in a tournament that nation has excelled in over the years. Sociedad started out in Group B with solid draws against PSV away and Monaco at home before edging out Sturm Graz 1-0 in Austria, with the highly-rated Alexander Isak on target. That was a third straight defeat for Sturm, who may now have had the stuffing knocked out of them.
Napoli to win at Legia Warsaw @ 2/5
The Serie A pacesetters and Leicester were expected to dominate Group C but Legia Warsaw clearly had other ideas when claiming 1-0 wins over Spartak Moscow and the Foxes in their first two fixtures. Napoli brought the Polish outfit back down to earth with a 3-0 triumph at Stadio San Paolo, though, and can now leapfrog their opponents by confirming that superiority in Warsaw. Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen has starred for Gli Azzurri in this pool, netting four times in three games.
Braga to beat Ludogorets @ 42/100
The Archbishops have recovered well from an opening 2-1 loss away to Red Star Belgrade in Group F, subsequently beating Midtjylland 3-1 on home turf and then securing a 1-0 success versus Ludogorets in Bulgaria. Brazilian forward Galeno and Portugal winger Ricardo Horta have teamed up to score all of Braga’s goals and former Sheffield Wednesday and Swansea boss Carlos Carvalhal will be eyeing another victory here. Ludogorets have lost twice since an opening draw and are worth taking on in our Europa League predictions.
Galatasaray to beat Lokomotiv Moscow @ 78/100
Gala have approached their Group E campaign in a very professional manner, picking up seven points from three outings and keeping a trio of clean sheets. The Turkish side have only netted twice themselves, but that was enough to land 1-0 wins over Lazio and Lokomotiv either side of a goalless stalemate with Marseille. Lokomotiv are at the other end of the table with just one point and seem far more interested in remaining in the Russian title race.
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