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Gunners have the firepower to progress

Gunners have the firepower to progress


Arsenal can bounce back from last week’s disappointing 3-1 defeat in Rennes to beat the French side in the second leg and reach the quarter-finals of the Europa League.

Arsenal to win 3-0 @ 25/4

Unai Emery’s side secured an impressive 2-0 win against Manchester United on Sunday but Rennes are no mugs as they knocked Real Betis out in the previous round and finished fifth in Ligue 1 last season.

Alexandre Lacazette is available after having his suspension reduced so the Gunners are more than capable of scoring three goals in the second leg.

They remain susceptible defensively though and may have to ride their luck if they are to keep a clean sheet, available at 21/20.

Dynamo Kiev to beat Chelsea @ 13/5

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri may name a weakened line-up for the trip to Ukraine as his side are 3-0 ahead after the first leg and they face a crunch Premier League clash at Everton on Sunday as they step up their push for a top-four finish.

Elsewhere on Thursday, Spanish duo Valencia and Sevilla are in danger of being knocked out after struggling in their first-leg encounters.

However, they both have enough quality to come through their away games against Krasnodar and Slavia Prague respectively.

Valencia hold a slender 2-1 advantage from the first leg at the Mestalla but can draw in Russia (12/5) while Sevilla, who drew 2-2 with Slavia in Spain, can keep a clean sheet in Prague at 41/20 and are 4/5 to qualify for the last eight.

Eintracht Frankfurt to win @ 9/4

Inter Milan may have held Eintracht Frankfurt to a 0-0 draw in Germany last week but the Bundesliga side are more than capable of scoring an away goal at the San Siro.

Inter have flattered to deceive this season and it is not impossible for Frankfurt, who are fifth in the Bundesliga after beating Fortuna Dusseldorf 3-0 on Monday, to squeeze into the quarter-finals.

Finally, Napoli and Villarreal should see off Red Bull Salzburg and Zenit St Petersburg respectively after building up big leads last week, while Benfica can reach the quarter-finals despite losing the first leg to Dinamo Zagreb 1-0. Benfica to score in each half can be backed at 7/5.

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