Leicester, Arsenal and Spurs are in action in the Europa League on Thursday.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers admits his side are set for a tough evening when they head to Braga in the Europa League, while Arsenal and Tottenham are also involved in European action on Thursday (Leicester 10,1, Arsenal 6/1, Tottenham 11/2 – Europa League Outright).
The Foxes could seal a spot in the last-32 of the competition with a victory in Portugal after making a fine start to their Europa League campaign.
Rodgers’ men sit top of Group G after winning each of their three outings, including a 4-0 triumph against Thursday’s opponents at the King Power Stadium earlier in the month.
Victory for Leicester in the 17:55 kick off at the Estadio Municipal de Braga will move them six points clear of Braga, however, Rodgers insists they can’t underestimate the Portuguese side (Braga 12/5, draw 13/5, Leicester 11/10 – Europa League Match Betting).
Rodgers said: “You know when you play against other teams in this competition they will be at a high level because they are used to winning,
“Our away form has been very good but we won’t underestimate Braga, despite the result at home. We have to be ready for a tough game.”
Arsenal are also on the verge of securing their progression to the knockout phase, having also won their opening three games, as they prepare to face Molde at 17:55 (Molde 19/5, draw 16/5, Arsenal 4/6 – Europa League Match Betting).
The Gunners head to Norway in the hope of building on a 4-1 triumph over Molde at the Emirates on November 5.
Meanwhile, Tottenham have work to do in their pursuit of a last-32 spot after suffering a shock loss at Royal Antwerp in October.
Spurs boast six points and lead the way in Group J on goal difference, with Antwerp and LASK also winning two matches apiece.
The Premier League club are on home soil on Thursday when rock-bottom Ludogorets head to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Tottenham 1/12, draw 10/1, Ludogorets 28/1 – Europa League Match Betting).