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Europa League Matchday 2 Acca – 15th September

No luck with our Europa League acca last week, but a win in the Champions League means that we are now up on the season and looking to move further into profit over the next few weeks.

Actually, I feel that this week’s selection of Europa League games is a strong one, even if I had to drop Manchester United’s game from this week’s selection on the basis of it didn’t add enough value, plus I am not yet convinced that they are going to pick up a win against a tricky opponent in Sheriff Tiraspol, who last season beat Real Madrid in Madrid.

However, there are lots of other decent value options here and I’ve worked my way through them to put together a nice combined odds fourfold here, which offers a solid return on a £10 bet.

I’ve included the Arsenal v PSV game here, as well as games that feature some top German and Italian sides as I think that these are the teams that are most likely to go deep into the competition, along with European specialists Braga who always seem to do well in the Europa League.

Last week we saw some strange results in this competition, I didn’t expect Roma to lose and Monaco put their poor league form behind them to land a big win in Belgrade against Red Star. So we are already seeing some surprises.

Let’s hope though that this selection of four games does enough to land us another decent payday at the bookies expense.

Europa League Acca – 15th September

    • 5:45
    • Midtjylland v Lazio Away Win
    • 5:45
    • Olympiakos v SC Freiburg Draw
    • 8:00
    • Arsenal v PSV Eindhoven Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Braga v Union Berlin Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Thursday 15th September

Midtjylland v Lazio – Away Win

The Danish side were 1-0 losers away to Sturm Graz last week despite enjoying more possession in the game, whereas Lazio raced out to a 4-0 lead over Feyenoord just after the hour mark before the Dutch side grabbed two goals in reply but no more as the home side hung on for a 4-2 win. That performance was not in keeping with the inconsistent Lazio we’ve seen in Europe for a number of seasons now and with a decent start in Serie A too, maybe this is the season the Italians can go deep in this competition. Midtjylland won’t make it easy, but the Danes have not enjoyed the best run of form, with just one win and two draws in their last nine games and I’d expect this talented Lazio side to grab the win here.

Olympiakos v SC Freiburg  – Draw

Olympiakos were denied a point in their opener thanks to Evan Guessand’s 93rd minute winner for Nantes, but in truth the French side dominated that game and fully deserved the win. Freiburg continued their solid start in the Bundesliga with a good win over a Qarabag side who had more possession and shots in the game, but were not as clinical as their opponents. The visitors may not have the star names of some other Bundesliga sides, but they are a very well-drilled team and with Japanese star Ritsu Doan shining in front of goal, they are capable of scoring anywhere. I can see Olympiakos avoiding defeat here, but I am backing Freiburg to nab a late equaliser.

Arsenal v PSV Eindhoven – Home Win

Arsenal edged to a 2-1 win over Zurich last week, although they did rest a large number of regular first teamers for the game. However, I’d expect Mikel Arteta to perhaps pick a slightly stronger team for this one against the team that many people expect to be the Gunners closest rivals in this group. PSV scored plenty of goals early on in the season, especially in the Dutch League, but they were beaten for the first time recently and seemed to have a hangover from that in their 1-1 draw with Bodo Glimt last week. The Gunners have home advantage for this one and that should be enough for them to claim the win here.

Braga v Union Berlin – Home Win

Union Berlin were surprising losers last week at home to Belgian side Union Saint-Gilloise, while Braga earned a confident 2-0 win away from home against Malmo. The Portuguese side have an excellent record in this competition and usually make the later stages of the tournament, while this is Union Berlin’s first real European campaign in recent times. As such, with Braga’s picturesque stadium a tough one to land a win on, I am backing the Portuguese side to emerge with another three points here to take hold of the group.

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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