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Europa League Acca Tips – 7th November 2019

We were so close last week to landing a fantastic return in our Europa League games, despite plenty of pressure, Partizan Belgrade could not quite grab the equaliser that we needed in order to land that nice fourfold, w

ith all the other games coming in as predicted, albeit with the help of a couple of late goals.

It’s frustrating in a way, but pleasing that we were so close to another big win after the last just a few weeks ago.

This week’s set of games is the reverse fixtures from the last set of games that took place a fortnight ago, so I am hoping that having seen how the teams performed against each other just 14 days ago, will help me pick out some of the better bets for this round of fixtures in the Europa League.

Over the course of the season, this tournament has probably been kinder to me than the Champions League and we have already have had one nice win this season, I am hoping that we can continue this excellent run of form with this set of tips for the games on Thursday night.

Remember, the first 12 games in the Europa League kick off at 5.55pm UK time on Thursday, with the 11 remaining matches (Arsenal’s trip to Vitoria Guimares is being played Wednesday afternoon) in the evening starting at the time of 8pm, so you will need to get your bets on before that first set of kick offs if you want to place the bet outlined below.

Here’s my tips for Thursday’s Europa League acca.

Europa League Accumulator – 7th November 2019

    • 5:55
    • FC Copenhagen v Dinamo Kiev - Draw
    • 5:55
    • Lazio v Celtic - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Borussia Moen v AS Roma - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Rangers v FC Porto - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Thursday 7th November

FC Copenhagen v Dinamo Kiev – Draw

These two teams played out a battling draw in Kiev last time out in a game that the visitors started brightly, taking a lead after two minutes, but which saw Kiev dominate the game for long periods thereon, allowing Shabanov to net a second half equaliser. In all other respects though, this was a very close game and I would expect the return match between the two teams on Matchday Four to be a very similar game. Despite having less of the ball Copenhagen did manage more shots on target in the game and that point they earned keeps them at the top of the table on goals scored. Kiev will know they missed an opportunity there and with Malmo hot on their heels, they can ill afford to slip up here. I don’t think they will as I can see this game ending up in another low scoring draw.

Lazio v Celtic – Home Win

A late Christopher Julian goal handed Celtic a fine comeback 2-1 win over Lazio in Glasgow last time out after Ryan Christie had cancelled out Manuel Lazzari’s first goal for Lazio since signing from SPAL in the summer. The Scottish side were good value for their win but managed just two shots on goal from 14, emphasising that they were a tad wasteful in the final third. I think in Rome that could come back to haunt them and I can see Lazio securing a win here to gain revenge for that last gasp defeat.

Borussia Moench v AS Roma – Home Win

A last gasp penalty from Lars Stindl handed the Bundesliga leaders a draw away to Roma and in truth, it was what Borussia deserved after a fine display which saw them have more possession, more shots and more shots on target than the home side. Despite, Zainolo’s 32nd minute strike seemed to have handed the home side the win until the late penalty leveller. In Germany, I can see Borussia having more joy and they certainly need a win to give themselves a real chance of qualifying from this group. Roma are not the best travellers in Europe and I think they could come unstuck in this one on Germany.

Rangers v FC Porto – Draw

Rangers produced one of their more accomplished performances in European football in recent times when they went to FC Porto and came away with a very creditable 1-1 draw a couple of weeks back. Alfredo Morelos leveller just on half time equalising the earlier striker from Porto’s Luis Dias. That result keeps Rangers in touch at the top of the table two points behind leaders Young Boys in what is undoubtedly one of the most even groups in the tournament this season. As much as I’d love to see Rangers win this one, this first game was so evenly contested, I think even away from home Porto can do enough to secure a point to keep this group on a knife edge.

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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