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Fernabahce vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Winning away games was something that Eintracht Frankfurt did regularly towards the back end of last season, with the eventual runners-up securing five victories in their final eight trips. Fenerbahce, by way of contrast, ran into plenty of difficulties on their own patch, suffering four defeats in seven top-flight fixtures, so they have little reason for optimism ahead of this clash.

Predictions: Eintracht Frankfurt to win this match and 1-2 correct Score

Ferencvaros vs Bayern Leverkusen

Ferencvaros have not been the most exciting side to watch recently, as 16 of their last 19 games at the top table of the Europa League have delivered no more than three goals. This has also been the case in six of the previous eight top-flight fixtures involving Bayer Leverkusen, so anyone expecting over 3.5 goals is likely to be disappointed when the sides go head-to-head.

Predictions: Both teams to score and 1-1 correct Score

Genk vs Rapid Viena

Genk certainly know how to score goals at the top table of the Europa League, managing 34 in their last 19 matches and only failing to hit the back of the net on a couple of occasions. Given that over 2.5 goals have been served up in seven of the last nine Rapid Vienna fixtures at this level, then it would be wise to expect more of the same when these sides collide.

Predictions: Both teams to score and 1-2 correct Score

Lazio vs Galatasary

Goalless draws have rarely been on the agenda when Lazio have taken to the pitch in Europa League, with just one of their previous 21 matches ending without the deadlock being broken. It has been a similar story as far as Galatasaray are concerned, as they have now been involved in 24 consecutive league games in which the net has bulged at least once.

Predictions: Both teams to score and 1-2 correct Score

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