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Europa League Matchday 4 Accumulator – 4th November

If it is Champions League week on Tuesday and Wednesday, then that must mean that it is Europa League night on Thursday and we are at the fourth day of matches in the Group Stages, the return legs of those games played on Matchday 3.

I always feel that this is the week where you stand the best chance of success. You have an idea of how strong the teams are against each other, the last game was very recent and you have an idea of form due to the league games played in between the two games.

As such, I am really hoping that I can do very well and land at least one winner this week with my acca tips. I’ve gone for a shorter than usual price in my Champions League selections and in this set of tips, I have focused on the four British teams left in the competition.

There were actually a good number of matches I could have added this week, I feel there are some very good odds especially in the early games that were very enticing, but I think having the knowledge about the teams in depth, plus a clear indicator of how their form is at the moment, outweighs those tempting odds.

We have two British teams kicking off in the early games, 5.45pm kick off, so do remember that you are going to have to have placed your accumulator bet before then to have these games included on your bet slip. The later games kick off at 8pm and will feature Leicester City and Celtic amongst them.

I am hoping to have a profitable week this week with this set of selections from the Europa League.

Europa League Tips – 4th November

    • 5:45
    • Brondby v Rangers - Away Win
    • 5:45
    • Genk v West Ham - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Ferencvaros v Celtic - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Leicester v Spartak Moscow - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Thursday 4th November

Brondby v Rangers – Away Win

Rangers were 2-0 winners over Brondby on Matchday 3, but to be honest, they should have won the game much more comfortably. The Danes didn’t muster a shot on target out of six they had in the game, Rangers had three times as many and half of those forced the keeper to make a save or resulted in a goal. In that game Brondby did keep possession well at times but they lacked any real cutting edge and I think at home, they are going to be very susceptible to Rangers on the counter attack. Steven Gerrard’s men also need a win to stay in contention in this tough group and I think they will manage to achieve that here.

Genk v West Ham – Away Win

I have been so impressed with West Ham this season. They have continued their excellent form from the tail end of last season into this year, they have won all three games in this competition comfortably so far and lie fourth in the Premier League on the heels of the top three. David Moyes has this team going very nicely and while Genk can be a tricky team to beat, they are also capable of being thumped by a team in form and with a better calibre of player. That is precisely how I see West Ham in this game and I think Moyes will want to get. the fourth win so they have qualification for the next phase confirmed as soon as possible. He may even get that with a win here.

Ferencvaros v Celtic – Home Win

Celtic were relatively comfortable winners of the game between these two at Celtic Park, but they did struggle to turn their possession into goals, needing two second half strikes, one an own goal, to land the win. I do fear for Celtic on the road in Europe though as they have lost to some pretty weak teams in the last few years. The Hungarians eliminated Celtic from the Champions League last season, winning in Glasgow, so they are not going to be too fazed especially playing the Scottish side at home. Results have improved a little for Celtic of late but I still feel they have a soft-centre against teams in Europe on the road and as such, I am backing the home side to land the win here.

Leicester City v Spartak Moscow – Home Win

Brendan Rodgers side had started the season somewhat inconsistently, but they have really hit the ground running of late and racked up some important wins. Their win in Moscow was certainly a highlight of that run, with Patson Daka coming into the team and scoring four superb goals. Moscow will not be looking forward to trying to stop the forward at the King Power once again and that, together with home advantage and the fact that Spartak are not a team that travels particularly well, means that I am confident Leicester will pick up another three points to give them a much better chance of qualifying from this 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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