Mr Fixit has already given us his best bets for both teams to score tonight, now it's our European Football expert, Paul Watson's turn.
Basel v Spartak Moscow – Both teams have fallen out of the Champions League and will be looking to go on an extended run in the Europa League. Basel are having the better campaign while Spartak travel with key players Ari, Ibson and Wellinton.
Lille v PSV – PSV want to win both legs and they have already stated the main aim tonight is to score. Lille are no duds, though, and I can see them catching PSV on the break for a strike of their own.
PAOK V CSKA Moscow – Evenly matched sides. I could see this being 2-1 or 1-1 to either side.
Sevilla v Porto – Sevilla are in a bit of a rough patch having won just one of their last five games. Currently outside the top six in La Liga, they face a Porto team that's unbeaten in their own domestic league. They've also scored 46 goals and conceded just seven in 20 matches but I think tonight will be closer than that. Luis Fabiano is expected to start up front with Freddie Kanoute and I'd take either to score for Sevilla.
Sparta Prague v Liverpool – Sparta are the second best side in Czech Republic at the moment and they face a relatively young Liverpool side. Most of the talk pre-game was centred around 16-year-old teenage striker Raheem Sterling. The kid from QPR excelled in the FA Youth Cup tie and has been added to the squad for this game. In contast, Steven Gerrard and Daniel Agger are not being risked due to injuries. The free-scoring Raul Meireles does travel, though, and I see him hitting another one.
Young Boys v Zenit St Petersburg – Zenit are the stronger side of the two and I full expect them to progress over the course of two legs. Young Boys showed against Spurs, in the Champions League qualifiers, that they are capable of playing well on the break and it might not be as easy for Russians as they hope.