The Europa League group stage concludes on Thursday with plenty still to be resolved in the continent's second-tier competition.
Several teams are looking to seal a place in the last 16 by finishing top or earning a spot in the knockout round playoffs by coming second.
Premier League duo West Ham and Brighton can both still finish top in Groups A and B ahead of home games against Freiburg and Marseille respectively, while Rangers are still in with a chance in Group C as they prepare for a testing trip to Real Betis.
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Bayer Leverkusen to win - 4/11
Leverkusen are already confirmed in the round of 16 as Group H winners and they can finish their successful pool campaign with a comfortable home win over Norwegian outfit Molde, who are down in third place.
Leverkusen are top of the Bundesliga and have yet to lose a single game in all competitions this season.
They have a perfect five-from-five winning record in the Europa League so far and beat Thursday's opponents 2-1 away from home back in October.
West Ham to win - 4/5
The top two in Group A, West Ham and Freiburg, clash at the London Stadium with the Hammers needing only to avoid defeat to finish top after beating the German side away earlier in the competition.
David Moyes' men were humbled 5-0 by Fulham on Sunday in the Premier League - a shock result that ended their unbeaten six-game run in all competitions - and they will be desperate to bounce back on Thursday.
Last season's Europa Conference League winners have only slipped up away at Olympiacos in the group so far, winning their four other matches, and they should be able to edge out Freiburg again after winning the reverse fixture 2-1 in Germany.
Brighton are assured of a top-two place in Group B but need a victory over leaders Marseille on matchday six to finish top.
However, the Seagulls may have to settle for a runners-up spot and a place in the playoff knockout round with a draw on the cards on the south coast.
Roberto De Zerbi's men have been inconsistent this season and have drawn four of their last 10 games in all competitions.
They face an in-form Marseille, who come into this trip to the Amex on the back of four straight victories, and they will not be giving up their position at the top of the section easily.
The sides drew 2-2 in France in the earlier fixture in the group and this game could play out in a similar fashion.
Betis are a point clear of Rangers at the top of Group C and can secure a place in the last 16 with a victory, meaning the Scottish giants will be hoping third-place Sparta Prague slip up at bottom-of-the-table Aris Limassol so they can finish second.
Rangers would drop down to third and enter the Europa Conference League if they lose and Sparta win, and Philippe Clement's side are set to be up against it as they take on a Betis outfit that are unbeaten at home in all competitions this season, winning seven of those games.
The Spanish side held Real Madrid to a 1-1 draw at home at the weekend so they should now be more than capable of beating Rangers at the Benito Villamarin.
Rangers have struggled away from home in the group, losing 2-1 at Aris and drawing 0-0 with Sparta so far.
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