With Chelsea already through, their game with Zilina should be a bit of a damp affair. Therefore, I’m going with Branislav Ivanovic (25/1 Unibet) to score first on account that Unibet is refunding all goalscorer bets if the game finishes 0-0.
Meanwhile, Arsenal travel to Braga needing a point to secure qualification. They should come away with a win though a I’m going with an Arsenal 2-1 win (8/1 Skybet). As well as that, Theo Walcott (11/1 Betfred) should have the run on the Braga defence and with Betfred doubling winning bets if you get first goalscorer and the scorer gets a second, it’s a decent bet.
In League Two, leaders Chesterfield take on struggling Oxford. I don’t see Oxford’s luck changing, so I’m going Chesterfield HT/FT (2/1 Bet365).
Tomorrow, Spurs will face a barrage from Werder Bremen, who know they need a win to stand any chance of qualification. I think Spurs might suffer a North London derby hangover, but should come out on top. Werder HT/Spurs FT (28/1 Totesport) is the call here.
Whilst, in the Battle of Britain, Manchester United will not take Rangers half as lightly and should win comfortably, United 3-1 (16/1 William Hill) with a high possibility of Wayne Rooney (5/1 Ladbrokes) being first goalscorer.
Plus, Friday special on ESPN, Crawley Town (9/4 Skybet) might not make you the sort of money Crawley have been flashing around but the ‘Manchester City of Non-League’ will have their way with Swindon Town. Matt Tubbs (11/2 StanJames) will grab the first goal.
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