Its Everton v Lille, Tottenham v Asteras Tripolis, Celtic v FC Astra live streaming from the Europa League as three British clubs are in action on Thursday night as we move into Match day four.
Everton will look to consolidate their place at the top of Group H when they welcome Lille to Goodison Park on Thursday.
The Toffee’s currently lead the way in the group having beaten Wolfsburg and drawn away games with Krasnodor and Lille.
The club could have Darron Gibson available after he missed the 0-0 draw with Swansea last time out.
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The Irish midfielder have recovered from a knock and could come into the starting XI. The Toffee’s will be without John Stones, Kevin Mirallas (hamstring), Bryan Oviedo and Arouna Kone for the game with Antolin Alcaraz, ruled out for 12 weeks due to a shoulder injury, also joining the injury list.
Manager Roberto Martinez could give a run out to veteran Sylvain Distin with Tyias Browning also in contention to feature. Liverpool fans will be keen to see how their summer signing Divock Origi, currently on-loan with Lille, features as he plays his first game in England since his big move.
Elsewhere on the night, Spurs travel to Greece to face Asteras Tripolis.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino has opted to leave a number of stars at home with the likes of Emmanuel Adebayor, Younes Kaboul and Aaron Lennon not traveling while Kyle Naughton, Nabil Bentaleb, Kyle Walker and Brad Friedel have also been left in London.
Michel Vorm is set to start in place of the suspended Hugo Lloris.
The Londoners have proved something of an inconsistent side in the Premier league however they are currently unbeaten in European football having disposed of Asteras 5-1 two weeks ago as well as drawing with Besiktas and Partizan.
Those results have left top joint top of the group on five points alongside Besiktas and a win on Thursday could see them move top despending on results elsewhere.
The final British side in action on Thursday are Celtic who travel to Romania to face FC Astra. The club will be without a number of their stars with the likes of John Guidetti, Anthony Stokes, Kris Commons and James Forrest all unavailable with Serbian forward Stefan Scepovic and Leigh Griffiths set to deputise.
The Scottish side are currently top of the group and they could seal their place in the knockout stages if they win in Romania and Salzburg take three points from Dinamo Zagreb