1. Bodo/Glimt Vs Zalgris.
Last week's first leg tussle among Zalgiris and Bodo/Glimt formed into a genuine slugfest where the two groups showed an eye for objective in an astonishing draw. That was the eighth time in ten installations including the Norwegians where over 2.5 objectives were scored and we're tipping a similar outcome to land when the assault disapproved of hosts go on the chase for additional objectives on Thursday. Predict for over 1.5 goals.
2. Galatasaray Vs Randers.
Curiously, both Galatasaray and Randers have not been engaged with high scoring undertakings in ongoing history. Just two of their individual five apparatuses have seen multiple objectives. Notwithstanding, we anticipate that they should change in this gathering. The two sides like to assault and that ought to be on show again on Thursday night. Predict for over 1.5 goals.
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