The Daily Acca: Arsenal to miss out on another clean sheet
Paul Robinson is focusing on the Europa League today, and his 11/4 Daily Acca begins at Celtic Park. Here are his selections:
Bhoys to beat the French
Bet 1: Back Celtic @ 1/2 - KO 20:00 GMT
Celtic have already secured their passage into the next round as they top the table with 10 points - seven clear of Lazio in third. Neil Lennon will be keen for his team to progress as group winners though, and they can strengthen their position by beating Rennes this evening.
That shouldn't pose too much of a problem for the Bhoys, as the French club are bottom of the standings having taken just one point from their opening four Europa League fixtures.
They aren't doing too well in Ligue One either, as they sit in 11th place, and away from home it's four defeats on the bounce in all competitions.
Arsenal's defensive misery to continue
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Arsenal v Eintracht Frankfurt @ 40/85 - KO 20:00 GMT
The Gunners can't be backed with any confidence at present, but somehow they find themselves top of Group F, with 10 points from a possible 12.
Unai Emery's men were pretty dismal against Southampton at the weekend though, and the defence looks incapable of keeping a clean.
The Germans are level on points with Standard Liege in second and third place in the group, so they could do with getting a result tonight to keep themselves in the hunt for qualification.
They aren't in great form - they come into the game on the back of three straight defeats, but they will surely be able to score at least once at the Emirates.
Distracted Sevilla to concede
Bet 3: Back BTTS in Sevilla v Qarabag @ 4/6 - KO 20:00 GMT
Sevilla have won all four of their Group A fixtures, so not only have they already guaranteed their progression to the knockout rounds, they have also been confirmed as group winners.
It will be interesting to see what kind of side Julen Lopetegui puts out for this clash, as they have an early Sunday kick-off at the weekend, and they are only one point behind leaders, Barcelona.
Qarabag are in third place, but it's tight between the other three teams in the group, as just one point separates second to fourth. This is probably the best time to take on Sevilla, given the group situation, and while they might not be able to get a result, I quite fancy them to find the net.