Eintracht Frankfurt might have lost their whole strikeforce from last year (Luka Jovic, Sebastien Haller and Ante Rebic), but they’re still an fantastic side under the stewardship of both Adi Hutter — plus they will lead to Arsenal difficulties. They won their first two Bundesliga residence games, and another deep run in the competition isn’t from the query.
The Gunners have had problems for some while now — on the street in Europe. Last year they lost to BATE Borisov and Rennes and their screen at Watford unearthed so many fundamental problems . It is tough to find them keeping clean sheets this season.
It’s going to be a really interesting game, rather than much separates these two in all honesty; in 7/2, a score draw looks a prospect.
I have Rennes beating Celtic in the home.
2nd in Ligue 1 now sits supporting PSG, and that I expect their start domestically to carry into Europe.
Just two victories in their last 17 Europa League matches doesn’t read well, although Needless to say, Celtic have also predictably begun in Scotland.
Such as it was during their victory against Arsenal last year It’s going be a great atmosphere at Roazhon Park, along with the hosts should be confident of success.
Manchester United welcome Astana to Old Trafford on Thursday, and I’m backing them to win .
Both of United’s successes at Old Trafford (against Chelsea and Leicester) have been followed using a fresh sheet, while Astana dropped their final European off game –a qualifier against BATE Borisov back in August–2-0.
There is always a chance United have a mind fart, but at Old Trafford they should be keeping their Kazakhstani competitions.
I am going to indicate BTTS, although I am not likely to back a result for Rangers v Feyenoord.
Despite Rangers maintaining three blank sheets in their own four Europa League home games this year (though the level of resistance has been abysmal), they’ve conceded in all three home games in the Premier League, also normally flatter to deceive at the back.
Steven Gerrard has done well with Rangers however Feyenoord–who are unbeaten in the Eredivisie this season–are a more powerful outfit and ought to have some pleasure on Thursday.
I’ve Wolves beating Braga Like I said in my Europa League acca, however I’m likely to add a value to that within this preview: a house win and groups to score.
Nuno’s men beat a great Torino side twice in qualifying (each time with both teams scoring), and although their league shape is a little ropey, I’ve them repeating the trick against their Portuguese adversaries. That is going to become Wolves’ focus.
Both groups have scored in four Wolves’ five league matches up to now, although Braga have failed to score this year — against Benfica.
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