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Europa League Acca: Mon 10th & Tue 11th August

We didn’t quite land the Europa League accumulator last week as my long-shot for a Rangers win didn’t pan out, but the good news was that we did land our Champions League accumulator bet in the week, which gave us a nice profit on the week and puts me in good spirits heading into this week’s selection of games.

First up we have the Europa League quarterfinals which are taking place at neutral venues in Germany across Monday and Tuesday evening, all games kicking off at 8pm UK Time. Premier League teams Man Utd and Wolves both remain in the competition and face Copenhagen and Sevilla respectively in what should be two intriguing ties.

The Wolves tie in particular promises to be an exciting clash as Nuno Santo’s men take on the five-time winners of this trophy, who have never failed to win the tournament when reaching the quarterfinal stage of it previously.

It is going to be interesting to see how these games being a one-legged, win-or-bust affair affects each game. Will it make teams more defensive, or will it make them more attack minded? Will the games being on neutral venues have an effect too? So there’s lots to consider with these tips and I’ve put together the following fourfold for the Europa League quarter final ties this week.

Europa League Accumulator – Mon 10th & Tue 11th August

    • 8:00
    • Mon - Inter v Bayer Leverkusen - Inter Win
    • 8:00
    • Mon - Man Utd v Copenhagen - Man Utd Win
    • 8:00
    • Tue - S.Donetsk v FC Basel - S.Donetsk Win
    • 8:00
    • Tue - Wolves v Sevilla - Sevilla Win
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Bet Analysis: Mon 10th August

Inter Milan v Bayer Leverkusen – Inter Win

Inter came through an initially tough game with Getafe to claim a solid win in their Round of 16 clash, while Leverkusen were easy winners over Rangers, winning 4-1 on aggregate. Both of these teams will have designs on not just getting through this round, but reaching the final with either FC Basel or Shakhtar Donetsk awaiting them in the semis. Leverkusen for me blow a little hot and cold and if they are hot, they could win this game, but I feel that this Inter team has a bit more experienced and a lot more consistency, especially of late and I think that will be the decisive factor that sees the Italians land the win here.

Manchester United v FC Copenhagen – Man Utd Win

Manchester United fans will be happy to have drawn the team perceived to be the weakest of the eight quarterfinalists in Copenhagen, but as Celtic fans will know, the Danes should not be underestimated. Copenhagen have performed well this season in Europe, but it is fair to say that they have not been tested as yet as they will be by an in-form United. They may have laboured to a win over LASK Linz at home, but a 5-0 away win set them up for the quarterfinals anyway. Copenhagen will make it tricky but I can’t see anything other than a United win here.

Bet Analysis: Tue 11th August

Shakhtar Donetsk v FC Basel – S.Donetsk Win

Outside of Copenhagen, these are probably the two least well known teams in the tournament but it is worth noting that Donetsk have won the tournament previously, while FC Basel have reached the semifinals previously too. Both teams are not mugs at this level but I think that of the two, Donetsk just about have the edge in terms of their flair and attacking players, notably their large number of Brazilians in the team. FC Basel won’t make it easy and I think this will be a game that will go down to the wire and will likely only be settled by one goal either way but I feel that of the two teams it is more likely to be Shakhtar who claim the victory and a place in the semifinals.

Wolves v Sevilla – Sevilla Win

Wolves last reached this stage of the competition back in the 1970-71 season, when they went all the way to the final only to lose to Tottenham Hotspur. However, they are going to have to go some to replicate that feat with UEFA Cup record winners Sevilla up next and a likely semifinal against Manchester United on the horizon. Nuno Santo’s men are a talented bunch and they have come through some touch encounters already this season in the Europa League, but Sevilla are going to be by far their toughest encounter as yet. The Spaniards were fine winners over Roma in the last round and every time they have reached the Europa League quarter finals, they have won the tournament. I’m not quite sure they will do that again here this year, but I do feel they will have just enough to get past Wolves.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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