IT was four out of four last night for a pretty decent return of just under 12-1 with bet365.
Slovan Bratislava and Red Bull Salzburg brought up the early game very quickly and in the evening the games at Sturm Graz v AEK Athens, Fulham v Odense and Wisla Krakow v Twente completed the win.
I know you'll be looking for a repeat tonight but at first glance the games don't looked as packed full of goals. However, here goes with the odds pretty similar to Wednesday.
I'm kicking off Thursday's effort with Shamrock Rovers v Spurs which will surprise some. The Irish battlers have lost all five games but scored once in four of them.
They took the lead at White Hart Lane before going down 3-1 so won't fear Harry Redknapp's weakened outfit who are just about out of the tournament.
Rovers will be looking to put on a show in manager Michael O'Neill's last match in charge and end a historic European campaign on a high.
Next I'm looking at AZ Alkmaar v Metalist. The Dutch side need to beat the Group G winners to qualify and should do so. However, having netted almost three a game you'd expect even a weakened Metalist to score against a side whose emphasis isn't always on defence.
AZ are unbeaten in Group G but have conceded six goals and in Holland recently lost 5-1 at Heerenveen.
Next try Austria Vienna v Malmo. The home men will have to go for victory in a bid to pip AZ for second spot and having conceded 11 goals so far the Swedes should at least be capable of scoring once.
The side that knocked Rangers out of the Champions League qualifiers have struggled big time with just one point but did net in both defeats to Metalist and in a home loss to the Austrians.
It's a winner-takes-all when Bruges meet Braga and there could be goals depending on the mindset of the teams involved. Both will qualify with a draw and both could qualify with a defeat depending on Birmingham's result at home to Maribor.
Bruges beat Braga in Portugal so will finish top on the head-to-heads if it's a draw. That might suit both sides but hopefully if it is it will be a scoring one.
If anyone wants to add a fifth game in to boost the odds to about 22-1 with Stan James I'd go for is PAOK v Rubin.
Shamrock v Spurs (6.0)
AZ v Metalist (8.05)
Austria Vienna v Malmo (8.05)
Bruges v Braga (8.05)
Pays a biggest £128.90 to a £10 stake at William Hill