EUROPA LEAGUE matches provided rich pickings for both teams to score followers in the group stage but whether that trend continues in the knockout phase is up for debate.
Already Braga's defeat at home to Besiktas shows these Europa League matches will be tough to call and most people would have expected the Portuegese not ony to score but to win.
So the advice as always with the Europa League, where top sides often field weakened sides, is to tread warily.
I've got my fingers crossed for goals and start the line with AZ Alkmaar at home to Anderlecht. Both sides are pretty prolific in attack and it looks evenly matches. AZ have netted in their last two matches with Anderlecht's last two featuring nine.
It will be cold in Moscow but hopefully the strikers will be hot. Lokomotiv's last three matches have totalled 15 goals while visitors Athletic Bilbao have been entertainers supreme in La Liga with 25 in their last five.
Next up it's Steaua Bucharest v Twente. The Dutch side's games always seem to produce goals and there have been exactly five in their last four games. Steaua will find it tough to contain but will hopefully grab at least one at the other end.
Udinese will as usual rest star striker Antonio di Natale for the visit of PAOK bit it doesn't mean they'll not score. The Italians will otherwise field a strong side for the visit of the Greeks who can't be underestimated. Udinese's last six have saw both teams to score as have four of five of PAOK'S.
Next it's a clash between two sides, Trabzonspor and PSV, whose domestic games have produced stacks of goals in recent weeks. Trabzon fans have seen both score in five their last six outings while in Holland it's been six out if six. Bank on that trend continuing.
Finally, complete the line with Stoke v Valencia. It should be a great night for Stoke fans who welcome an outfit trailing only Real Madrid and Barcelona in La Liga.
Stoke have been sensational in Europe this season, especially at home where they have won five and drawn two. Valencia are a class act but Europe has been a disappoinment this campaign and crucially away to English opposition they have won once in 15.
The Britannia isn't the easiest place to visit but with the class the Spaniards have the should at least score.
Both teams to score
AZ v Anderlecht (6pm)
Lokomotiv Moscow v Athletic Bilbao (5pm)
Steaua v Twente (8.05pm)
Udinese v PAOK (8.05pm)
Trabzonspor v PSV (8.05pm)
Stoke v Valencia (8.05pm)
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