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Europa League action returns this week and PPTV broadcaster Graham Byrne has chosen where goals could come in

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Our two teams’ first leg to score acca is an intriguing clash as Brendan Rodgers takes his Leicester side to Prague, to face Slavia The Foxes will travel in high spirits after staging a formidable comeback this weekend for beat Liverpool 3-1, and with Jamie Vardy returning from injury and being on the scoresheet this weekend

Given Leicester’s clinical prowess on the counterattack they are still good for an away goal Slavia advanced comfortably from Group C, winning all three home games in a good way They are no mugs and currently have a 10 point lead at the top of the Czech League They are still able to score on their own and this seems to be the two teams to score the banker of the evening

Braga-Roma clash looks like another game in which both teams are likely to score Both teams have attacking-oriented managers and open play is expected Braga has a decent pedigree in this tournament, runner-up in 2011, and they have been impressive in the group stages, winning four of their six games and with just one loss to Leicester Carlos Carvalhal’s men currently sit third in the Portuguese top flight and have an excellent home record in Europe with just two losses in their last 16 games at the Estadio Municipal

Their opponents Roma are also in third place in their domestic league They have passed through Group A, overtaking the group with just one loss along the way Roma coach Paulo Fonseca has plenty of power fiery for this one, with experienced activists Pedro and Edin Dzeko among those likely to be involved Roma warmed up for this game with a 3-0 win over Udinese this weekend, and they can be counted on to keep the goals coming in this one

Man Utd will be disappointed to have given up on the Champions League, but they will hope to succeed in the Europa League, a tournament they won in 2016/17 Scoring goals has not been a problem for the Red Devils, as a recent 9-0 beating from Southampton highlighted

But it was at the other end of the pitch that the problems arose for Ole Gunnar’s men Solskjaer West Brom were the last team to breach Man Utd’s porous defense and goalkeeper David de Gea has been frustrating recently Real Sociedad itself has been inconsistent

They started the league in style, but poor form saw them give up Champions League spots But Imanol Alguacil’s team enter this competition after two successive league victories, David Silva’s return from injury was the catalyst for this return to form. Silva, of course, is no stranger to Man Utd and he will be eager to have another crack on his former enemies

Bayer Leverkusen make the short trip across the Alps to the Wankdorf stadium to face Young Boys in a match that promises many goals. The Young Boys, who broke Basel’s grip on the Swiss league there a few seasons away, have a 16-point lead in the Swiss Super League and waltz towards another title

The Bernese team took their league form in the Europa League where they finished second behind Roma in Group A They will appreciate the arrival of a side from Bayer Leverkusen which has started to struggle in recent times Peter Bosz’s men have won just three times in the last 11 games in all competitions

This included a stunning 2-1 loss to fourth-place Rot-Weiss Essen in the DFB Pokal They fell to fifth in the Bundesliga and will be desperate to regain a Champions League spot But Die Werkself finished in head of Group C and still has enough quality to make his presence felt I expect an end-to-end game here and for both teams to score is the logical choice

5:55 p.m .: Slavia Prague v Leicester 5:55 p.m .: Braga v Roma 5:55 p.m .: Real Sociedad v Man Utd 5:55 p.m .: Young Boys v Bayer Leverkusen

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