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Europa League Accumulator – Thu 8th November

Over the years, the Europa League has proven to be very good to me when it comes to landing the occasional accumulator win and I am hoping that this week will see another one generate a sizeable profit.

Although there are two English Premier League sides in Chelsea and Arsenal in action this week, the odds on them are so low that making them selections in any accumulator drastically reduces the value of the bet to the point of it hardly being worthwhile, so I am going to overlook them this week in favour of some better value options.

That does include the two Scottish sides, Rangers and Celtic who have a couple of interesting matches ahead of them this week, both of which could be pivotal to their chances of reaching the next phase of the tournament.

It is worth remembering that the games on Thursday kick off at two times 5.55pm and 8pm, so remember to get your bet on ahead of the 5.55pm starts as my selections include games from both sets of matches.

Here’s hoping that this fourfold accumulator for Thursday’s games can prove to be as profitable as some of those that have preceded it.

Europa League Acca – 8/11/2018

    • 5:55
    • Apollon v Frankfurt - Home Win
    • 5:55
    • Sp.Moscow v Rangers - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Bordeaux v Zenit - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Celtic v Red Bull Leipzig - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Thursday 8th November

Apollon Limassol v Eintracht Frankfurt – Away Win

Eintracht have made a superb start to life this season as they sit in a lofty fourth place in the Bundesliga and also top of their group in the Europa League with three wins from three, and a further win here over Apollon would secure their place in the next phase of the competition. In truth, they should not have too much trouble against the Cypriot side who do score goals at home, but who also concede plenty, which will play to Eintracht’s strengths in attack. The German team have been one of the real surprises in this tournament this year and I am backing them to not just win this game, but qualify well from the group and reach the quarterfinals of the tournament at least.

Spartak Moscow v Rangers – Home Win

After a 0-0 draw between the teams in Glasgow a couple of weeks ago, Steven Gerrard’s Rangers now travel to Moscow for what will be a difficult tie. Moscow may be bottom of the group involving Rangers, but the Russian side are not easy to beat as they proved at Ibrox. Rangers did earn a solid point away to Villarreal earlier in the group but they were somewhat fortunate in that game and I think with the conditions in Moscow likely to be much more in Spartak’s favour, I feel that this inexperienced Rangers side may end up on the wrong side of the scoreline here.

Bordeaux v Zenit St Petersburg – Away Win

It’s been a miserable season for Bordeaux so far with the French side struggling in Ligue One and also bottom of their Europa League group with three defeats from their three games. They face a Zenit side who have won all of their last four games in all competitions and who beat them 2-1 in Russia a couple of weeks ago. Bordeaux played well in that game and should have at least earned a point, but once again a lack of concentration cost them late in the game. Zenit are experienced at this level in the Europa League and as such, I think they’ll get a similar result to that which they secured in Russia a couple of weeks back.

Celtic v Red Bull Leipzig – Draw

This is a crucial game for Celtic against a Leipzig team that are second in their group. A win for Celtic puts them in with a chance of making the next round of the tournament, a draw or a defeat and that hands a huge advantage to Leipzig and in truth, makes it almost impossible for Celtic to progress. Leipzig ran out 2-0 winners in Germany a few weeks back but since then Celtic have won three games, scoring 13 and conceding 0 goals. The Glasgow giants have much better form now, but Red Bull are a very tough and wily side and I think they’ll use their experience and strength in depth to secure what will be a vital point here.

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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