The Champions League semi-final second legs have both produced plenty of excitement and their Europa League cousins should do the same, especially the game at the Mestalla.
Valencia were disappointing last week against Arsenal, failing to kick on after opening the scoring as the Gunners ran out 3-1 winners at the Emirates.
Alexandre Lacazette scored twice and will cause Los Che’s defence plenty of problems but they are usually a schooled outfit having conceded the joint-third fewest goals in La Liga this season.
A home win looks the bet to be on but Arsenal’s goal threat means they should have enough to ensure they make the final.
The team they are likely to face in Baku is Chelsea who look too good for an Eintracht Frankfurt side who have won just one of their last seven.
Pedro’s strike gave the Blues a crucial away goal in last week’s 1-1 draw in Germany and, with a top four spot guaranteed, Maurizio Sarri can field all of his big guns this evening.
Die Adler have become a favourite of neutrals this season but look to be running out of steam and were embarrassed 6-1 at Bayer Leverkusen on Sunday.
Having Luka Jovic in attack always makes them dangerous but anything more is unlikely. While the Germans may score, Chelsea look set to be a cut above tonight.
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