My ancient BTTS pick is Spartak Moscow v Thun. Spartak wound up 3-2 winners at the first legbut I’m convinced this won’t be the end of the goals. Last season in the Europa League, Spartak surrendered eight goals in their three home games (and scored eight) against Villarreal, Rangers and Rapid Wien. After such a loony early leg, a borefest does look improbable –especially with Thun having to score at least twice–and judging by Spartak’s recent dwelling struggles in Europe, it seems a good prospect. 13 of Thun’s 18 home games in Switzerland last year also saw both teams score, so this is a pick I enjoy. Later on, I’ve Braga v Brondby additionally seeing both teams score. Following their first-leg ended 4-2 from Braga’s favour, then it is another fixture that’s full of BTTS guarantee. Brondby have played Europa League qualifiers this year –from FC Inter, Lechia Gdansk and the above Braga–and just one of these matches have seen a side keep a clean sheet. The very first leg against Braga revealed both sides are very much attack-minded. Just like previously, Brondby have to score, which should result in an open game. My selection is Rangers v Midtjylland. Steven Gerrard’s men registered a cracking 4-2 away win at the legbut it’s always secure to back BTTS if both of these are worried. 16 goals are scored at either end through Rangers’ last three matches, and it is generally foolish to assume they’ll continue to keep a clean sheet. In terms of Midtjylland, they’ve kept just one clean sheet in their last 16 Europa League matches, with 11 of their past 13 seeing both teams score.