As usual, punters are being presented with a vast array of Europa League games to examine this week. As such, there's plenty of potential for putting together a multiple ahead of Thursday's action getting underway.
With three different kick-off times, we've selected a bet from each of them which pays 9/2 (5.50) with 888Sport when combined into a treble.
Fenerbahce v Anderlecht (15:50 UK time) - Over 2.5 goals
The first meeting between these sides was an entertaining 2-2 draw and there is plenty to like about backing a high-scoring match once more.
Fenerbahce are struggling domestically, having taken just 10 points from their opening 11 league games this term. Much of their issues have stemmed from a defence which have conceded 15 times already.
That fragility was evident in the bad-tempered 2-2 draw with Galatasaray on Friday night and their issues look set to continue here.
Anderlecht have been a staple team for Both Teams to Score backers, having seen the selection land in their last six matches in all competitions. Given that five of those saw three or more goals though, opting for that wager once more looks the way to go in Turkey for a more appealing price.
Lazio v Marseille (17:55 UK time) - Lazio to win
A 3-0 defeat to Inter Milan is the only blemish on Lazio's record in the last five matches and that’s perfectly understandable. The side from Rome have won the other four outings though, including 3-1 in France when they faced Marseille on matchday three.
The hosts have won five of their seven competitive home games this season overall and Thursday's visitors look unlikely to stop another victory.
Marseille have now lost three straight matches in all competitions and scored only once in that run. Their defence is increasingly difficult to trust on the road having kept just one clean sheet all season and conceded 17 times in the other six outings they've played.
Real Betis v AC Milan (20:00 UK time) - Both teams to score
Betis found their shooting boots at the San Siro, running out 2-1 winners when they faced AC Milan last time out to buck a trend of blanks away from home.
At home though they're usually good for at least one goal, having found the net in five of their seven competitive games this season, scoring 10 times in total at Estadio Benito Villamarín.
Milan scored in the first meeting between these sides but to no avail, they'll be out to avenge that defeat but look unlikely to keep out the hosts who have few problems in the final third.
The Spanish side have saved some of their best performances for this competition and goals at both ends look likely once more.