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7:11 PM GMT+8 15/02/2018
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Celtic v Zenit St Petersburg (over 2.5 – 1.87)
Celtic will hope to make home advantage count ahead of what is sure to be a tough test in next week's return leg in Russia. They go into this encounter with Patrick Roberts, Leigh Griffiths, Tom Rogic and Craig Gordon all sidelined with injury. The hosts have conceded at least two goals in each of their last five Europa League ties at Celtic Park.

Sheffield Wednesday v Swansea City (2 – 2.26)
Swansea have won six out their 11 games in all forms under the tutelage of manager Carlos Carvalhal. Wilfried Bony and Leroy Fer are out for the season, so Tammy Abraham is in line to start after netting twice in the 8-1 victory over Notts County in the fourth round replay. While survival remains the Welsh club’s main priority, this is their only fixture in a 14-day period so fitness problems or wholesale changes are unlikely.

Chelsea v Hull City (HWBH – 2.38)
Hull City will be hoping to pull off an upset when they travel to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea in Friday’s FA Cup clash. Having failed to win any of their last 22 visits to this ground, the Tigers are outsiders to come out on top in this one too. Meanwhile, Antonio Conte’s men ended a run of two consecutive defeats with a 3-0 victory over West Brom on Monday, and are odds-on to maintain their winning form here. Considering the strength of both teams, it is worth backing the Blues to win both halves.

Oestersunds v Arsenal (Over 2.5 – 1.78)
Arsenal make a trip to the Jamtkraft Arena to lock horns with Oestersunds for the first leg of their Europa League round of 32 tie on Thursday night as they look to return to winning ways. The Gunners’ aim for a top-four finish in the Premier League suffered a huge blow after they went down to Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, no thanks to Harry Kane’s lone strike. The Gunners have scored 12 goals in their last five encounters, so it is worth backing over 2.5 goals to surface in the duel.