Arsenal vs. Benfica (Thursday, 5.55pm)
The two sides played out a 1-1 stalemate in the first leg in Rome, with Bukayo Saka cancelling out Pizzi's penalty in the second half.
We say: Arsenal 1-0 Benfica
Arteta has undeniably improved Arsenal's defensive stability since taking over, and it was only a lapse of concentration from Emile Smith Rowe that prevented them from coming up trumps in the first leg. The Gunners should have scored more than the one goal in Rome, and they were able to take some positives from their defeat to City, so we expect Arteta's side to grind out a narrow win and advance to the last 16 at the expense of an underwhelming Benfica.
Rangers vs. Antwerp (Thursday, 5.55pm)
After a dramatic seven-goal thriller in Belgium last week, this Thursday's Europa League second leg encounter between Rangers and Royal Antwerp has a lot to live up to, with the hosts having the edge as they look to progress to the last 16 for the second successive season.
Meanwhile Antwerp, who last travelled to Scotland in a European competition 32 years ago, are looking to cause an upset and advance to the next round for the first time since 1989.
We say: Rangers 2-1 Royal Antwerp
Royal Antwerp proved last week that they should not be underestimated heading into Thursday's match and with up to three key players back fit, the Belgians will travel to Ibrox confident that they can salvage a comeback.
However, Rangers have an impeccable home record which has seen many teams struggle to break them down this season. Even with the loss of James Tavernier and Kemar Roofe, the Gers still have enough quality and experience in their side to get the job done and progress to the last 16.
Villarreal vs. Salzburg (Thursday, 5.55pm)
Goals from Paco Alcacer and Fernando Nino in the first leg gave the Spanish outfit a crucial lead coming into this game, while their two away goals could also turn out to be important in deciding the tie.
We say: Villarreal 2-1 Red Bull Salzburg
This definitely has the potential to be a very unpredictable affair, as Salzburg look to attack to reduce their deficit, while Emery's side will aim to defend their lead and advance to the round of 16.
The Austrian outfit will definitely set up in an attacking system, and we see them breaking Villarreal down, but we expect the Yellow Submarine to take advantage of Salzburg committing bodies forward, and catch them on the break, coming out of this game with a narrow win and a fairly comfortable aggregate victory.
Hoffenheim vs. Molde (Thursday, 5.55pm)
Bundesliga outfit Hoffenheim do have home advantage on their side in the second leg, albeit without fans, which they will be hoping can help carry them through into the next round.
We say: Hoffenheim 3-1 Molde (6-4 on aggregate)
We expect Hoffenheim to have learned their lessons from the first leg and keep Molde at arm's length, especially with home advantage on their side.
Whether Kramaric starts or appears from the bench, the Croatian has the ability to make a decisive difference if it proves to be required.
Napoli vs. Granada (Thursday, 5.55pm)
The La Liga outfit continue to make waves in their impressive debut continental campaign and are now intent on finishing the job at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona, to claim a place in Friday's last-16 draw.
We say: Napoli 2-1 Granada
The dream could be set to continue for modest Granada, as their more illustrious opponents continue to struggle with both injuries and expectations.
Napoli's only hope of overturning their deficit will be if they can somehow summon the spirit and cohesion shown against Juventus earlier this month. Expect the Partenopei to hit the net at least once, due to the opposition's obvious defensive deficiencies, but their makeshift side may come up just short without 12th-man support from the Stadio Maradona faithful.
Shakhtar vs. Maccabi Tel Aviv (Thursday, 5.55pm)
Away goals from Alan Patrick and Tete during last week's fixture in Israel have given the Ukrainian side full control ahead of the reverse leg.
We say: Shakhtar Donetsk 3-1 Maccabi Tel Aviv
With little option but to go in search of away goals, we expect Maccabi to come out firing on all cylinders. However, a bold approach in Shakhtar's own backyard is a risky strategy, and it would be a surprise if the home side do not cruise through to the last 16.
Ajax vs. Lille (Thursday, 5.55pm)
Lille appeared to be heading for a first-leg triumph last Thursday, but the Eredivisie champions marched to a 2-1 win thanks to late goals from Dusan Tadic and Brian Brobbey.
We say: Ajax 2-2 Lille
Lille's away form has been nothing short of sensational since the turn of the year, but Ajax's record in all competitions also makes for pleasant reading for Ten Hag and co. The Eredivisie leaders dominated the first leg and deservedly came up trumps, so in spite of the fact that Les Dogues will prove a force to be reckoned with on the attacking front, we expect an enthralling second leg to end all square and Ajax to progress to the last 16.
Brugge vs. Dynamo Kiev (Thursday, 8.00pm)
Brandon Mechele struck to cancel out Vitaliy Buyalskiy's opener in Kiev, with that away goal giving Brugge a slim advantage heading into the reverse fixture at Jan Breydel Stadium.
We say: Club Brugge 2-1 Dynamo Kiev (3-2 on aggregate)
Draw specialists Kiev will know that they do not necessarily have to win this game to advance, as long as it does not finish 0-0.
However, Brugge have a good home record in Europe and have won 11 of their last 12 matches in all competitions, so we can see the home team progressing in normal time.
Man Utd vs. Real Sociedad (Thursday, 8.00pm)
The Red Devils are 4-0 up from last week's first leg and are expected to advance to the next round with minimal difficulty, even with a much-changed team.
We say: Manchester United 2-1 Real Sociedad
It would be foolish to expect another 4-0 drubbing in the second leg given the numerous changes expected on the hosts' end, and United need not go all out for a victory here, especially with Chelsea to come at the weekend. Sociedad have lost two more defenders ahead of this match to add to their growing list of absentees, and while this game should be a much tighter affair, Solskjaer's men should have no trouble advancing to the last 16.
AC Milan vs. Red Star (Thursday, 8.00pm)
With the destiny of the tie remaining in the balance after an eventful 2-2 draw in the first leg, two of Europe's grandest names go into the decider in wildly contrasting domestic form.
We say: AC Milan 1-0 Red Star Belgrade
A potentially tense duel for a last-16 spot will see Milan make the most of their away goals advantage and keep the in-form Serbian champions in check.
Breathing new life into a stuttering season may be too much to ask from Thursday's appointment at San Siro, but the Rossoneri can at least return to winning ways and stay on track for a least one trophy from what has - until recently - been a stellar campaign.
Leicester vs. Slavia Prague (Thursday, 8.00pm)
Each team will be relatively satisfied with the outcome of the game in the Czech Republic, keeping the tie in the balance ahead of the fixture at the King Power Stadium.
We say: Leicester City 2-1 Slavia Prague
Failing to score an away goal last week is not ideal for Leicester, who will fear that Slavia can take full advantage in the East Midlands. However, Leicester may benefit from having to push for victory, something that they have made a habit of this season.
Roma vs. Braga (Thursday, 8.00pm)
Well placed to reach the last-16 of the Europa League for the second season in succession, Roma host underdogs Braga at Stadio Olimpico on Thursday evening, holding a 2-0 lead from the first leg in Portugal.
Faced with ten men for most of the second half last week, the Serie A side established a comfortable advantage and will be strong favourites to see off the talented Iberian outfit on home turf.
We say: Roma 2-2 Braga
Roma's much-changed XI could encounter a number of difficulties at the Olimpico, as Braga will not exit Europe lightly and could potentially punish their hosts' makeshift back line at least once.
However, the Giallorossi possess the final-third nous and individual quality required to get the job done and give them a shot in the arm ahead of a major Serie A clash with reeling Milan on Sunday.
Dinamo Zagreb vs. Krasnodar (Thursday, 8.00pm)
The Croatian champions prevailed 3-2 in last week's reverse fixture in Russia and will be looking to see the job through at Stadion Maksimir.
We say: Dinamo Zagreb 1-0 FC Krasnodar (4-2 on aggregate)
Zagreb did the hard work by grinding out a narrow victory in the away leg and now have to see things through on home soil.
The Blues have performed well in Europe this campaign and we can see them stretching their winning streak on the continent to a sixth game with victory here.
B. Leverkusen vs. Young Boys (Thursday, 8.00pm)
Young Boys led 3-0 at half time in a topsy-turvy encounter, with Leverkusen's second half fightback making them the marginal favourites to progress on Thursday.
We say: Bayer Leverkusen 3-1 Young Boys(6-5 on aggregate)
We can envisage another highly entertaining affair on Thursday, with both sides more at ease attacking than they are defending.
Leverkusen's three away goals could ultimately prove pivotal, as Young Boys will have to open up should they fall behind.
PSV vs. Olympiacos (Thursday, 8.00pm)
Despite the bonus of scoring two away goals in the first half, a late fourth for the Greek outfit has given the visitors an advantage ahead of the reverse fixture.
We say: PSV Eindhoven 3-1 Olympiacos
There have been goals aplenty in PSV's recent matches, something which we expect to continue on Thursday night. While we do not anticipate the Dutch outfit keeping a clean sheet, Schmidt's side have the firepower to make the difference at the other end of the pitch, potentially helping the club through to the next stage by the closest of margins.