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Thursday’s Acca Tips: 28th November 2019

There were some big results in the Europa League in Matchday 4, including superb results for both Wolves and Rangers, while Celtic and Manchester United, yet to concede a goal in the tournament, confirmed their qualification spots for the next round of the tournament, with Arsenal and Wolves looking likely to join them and Rangers in with a good chance too.

There’s still plenty to play for on Matchday 5 this week with Wolves seeking revenge against the Braga team that beat them on the opening night of games in the group. Man Utd face a long trip to Kazakhstan to face FC Astana, while Arsenal and Eintracht Frankfurt, two of last season’s semifinalists in this tournament, meet at the Etihad.

Both the Old Firm could make it through too. Celtic have already qualified from Group E after their superb win in Rome against Lazio, while Rangers will qualify if they can beat Feyenoord in Holland this week, regardless of how the other game in their group pans out.

It promises to be an exciting round of games with plenty to be decided ahead of the final week of games in December and here are my tips on the matches coming up this Thursday.

Europa League Accumulator – 28th November 2019

    • 5:55
    • Braga v Wolves - Draw
    • 5:55
    • Feyenoord v Rangers - Draw
    • 8:00
    • Arsenal v E.Frankfurt - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Celtic v Rennes - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Thursday 28th November

Braga v Wolves – Draw 

The Portuguese side put Wolves to the sword on the opening night of action in the Europa League Group Stages, with a professional 1-0 win at Molineux, but I think this Wolves team has improved a great deal since then, particularly in terms of performance and this has been reflected in an upswing in form. With so many Portuguese players at the club, as well as Portuguese influence at boardroom and managerial level, I don’t think even a trip to Braga, who have a great home record against English sides, will faze the visitors too much. I can’t see Wolves landing a win here, but I do feel they will do enough to get a draw and if Besiktas can stop Slovan Bratislava winning, that will be enough to qualify.

Feyenoord v Rangers – Draw

Rangers are second in Group G, three points ahead of Feyenoord (and Porto) and they know that a win against the Dutch side here would ensure they reach the next round of the tournament, regardless of how the other game turns out. Conversely, if FC Porto and Feyenoord win these games, then we could see all four teams going into the final round of fixtures with seven points apiece and anything could happen then. The Gers only narrowly lost in injury time in Switzerland to Young Boys and earned a good draw against FC Porto on the road. Another point here would be huge for the Ibrox men and given their excellent form of late, I strongly fancy them to do it against their former boss, Dick Advocaat, who has been newly installed as the Feyenoord manager.

Arsenal v Eintracht Frankfurt – Home Win

Arsenal need just to avoid defeat against Eintracht Frankfurt to ensure that they make it through to the Round of 32 in the New Year. Unai Emery’s team are on a very poor run of form and have not landed a win in five games, but this competition has been kind to them this season and they did beat tonight’s opposition 3-0 in Germany on Matchday 1. Frankfurt though are no mugs, as they showed when beating Bayern Munich 5-1 recently, but I do feel the German team are nowhere near as strong as they were last season, due chiefly to a number of high profile player sales in the summer. Even though Arsenal are not in great form, I am still backing them to land the win here.

Celtic v Rennes – Home Win

Having confirmed their place in the next round of the tournament, Celtic could perhaps rest a couple of players for this game, but I don’t think Neil Lennon will want to send out a severely depleted team. Celtic’s improvement in Europe this season has been marked and with confidence high, a poor performance and defeat here would be a bad way to finish what has been a superb campaign. As such, I think the home side will pick a strong team and if they do then I fancy them to get a result against the French side who have been very disappointing in this competition this season.

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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