Fair play to the Arsenal! They swatted aside West Brom with ease on Wednesday, making a mockery of those who thought they'd have a tough night at The Hawthorns (hands-up!).
Their 6-0 win wasn't even the biggest on the night though, as Southampton hammered Newport County 8-0 to complete a midweek of comfortable wins for Premier League clubs in the Carabao Cup.
On Thursday it's the Gunners' north London rivals Tottenham who need to turn in a performance as they welcome Portuguese minnows Pacos de Ferreira who lead 1-0 from the first leg.
The Harry Kane saga has dogged Spurs start to the season but it looks like he's commited his future to the Lilywhites and the England captain is 15/8 to score first in a game that the Premier League side should dominate.
Rangers' plans have been thrown in to disarray with the news that an unspecified number of players, as well as manager Steve Gerrard, were unable to travel to Armenia due to an outbreak at the club. The Gers are still 1/2 to win against Alshkert after they made heavy weather of the first leg, winning 1-0 at Ibrox.
The starting XI may be depleted but they should still be good enough to see it through and book their place in the Europa League group stages.
Rivals Celtic travel to AZ Alkmaar to defend a 2-0 first leg lead. Anyone who has seen Ange Postecoglou's side in recent weeks will know that it isn't in Celtic's nature to sit in and defend so it could be an open match in the Netherlands.
The Hoops have banged in 24 goals in their last six matches and look capable of scoring on the road but it's hard to find value around the goals markets. Over 2.5 goals is just 4/9 (Bet365) and even throwing in BTTS only takes that to 4/6. So let's add in Over 2 Celtic corners to take it to even money.
LASK look too short at 8/15 to qualify from their tie with St Johnstone. The Saints held their Austrian counterparts to a 1-1 draw in Linz last week and deserve more respect than the 11/8 on them to qualify. Callum Davidson have been draw specialists of last so don't be surprised to see this one go the distance. The draw can be backed at 23/10 or St Johnstone for the win on the draw no bet market are 6/4.
Aberdeen ground out a 1-0 defeat in Azerbaijan last week to give themselves a fighting chance to qualify against Qarabag. There's a fine tradition of European nights at Pittodrie and it would one of the biggest results in the Dons' recent history if they can book a place in the Conference League group stages.
Aberdeen are 13/8 to qualify or you can back them at 21/20 to win inside the 90 minutes.
- AZ v Celtic – Over 2.5 Goals, BTTS and Over 2 Celtic Corners 1/1 (Bet365 BetBuider)
- All five British teams to qualify 19/2 (Bet365)
Upcoming Matches & Tips
- Thu 4.00pm – Alashkert v Rangers Match Preview & Tips
- Thu 6.00pm – Roma v Trabzonspor Match Preview & Tips
- Thu 6.00pm – Rosenborg v Rennes Match Preview & Tips
- Thu 7.00pm – St Johnstone v LASK Linz Match Preview & Tips
- Thu 7.15pm – AZ Alkmaar v Celtic Match Preview & Tips
- Thu 7.45pm – Aberdeen v Qarabag Match Preview & Tips
Thursday's Racing Tips
Thommo brings us his best bets for Thursday's racing action.
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The Caddy signs off for the month looking for some more profit, don't miss his previews for this week's events in Switzerland and Maryland.
- Golf Tips: BMW Championship Preview & Predictions
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As always, let us know your tips and predictions for Thursday in the comment section below and good luck with all your bets!