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Thursday’s Europa League Acca Tip: 29th November

Thursday night has been a profitable one for me in the past with the Europa League, perhaps moreso than the Champions League. Tell the truth, I am not sure why this is. I don’t think the Europa League is easier to tip, maybe I just have more good fortune on a Thursday night than earlier in the week!

This week sees the British teams all in action once again and while Chelsea and Arsenal are safely into the next phase of the competition, there’s still lots up for grabs for Glasgow giants Celtic and Rangers as they seek to earn a place in the knockout phase after Christmas.

Celtic have a must win game away in Norway against Rosenborg, a team they have faced three times already in European competition this season, while Rangers have a home tie against their group leaders Villarreal, the quality team in that group, with Rangers knowing a win puts their destiny back in their own hands.

The odds on Chelsea and Arsenal games this week are not particularly good, so I am going to look elsewhere for some value and I think there’s plenty of options across all the different games, which have three kick off times this week with two matches kicking off at 3.50pm, followed by the usual two sets of games at 5.55pm and 8pm.

Let’s hope that this quartet of predictions earns us another Thursday night acca success.

Europa League Acca – 29/11/2018

    • 5:55
    • Qarabag v Sp.Lisbon - Away Win
    • 5:55
    • Rosenborg v Celtic - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Rangers v Villarreal - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • St.Liege v Sevilla - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Thursday 29th November

Qarabag v Sporting Lisbon – Away Win

Sporting Lisbon need just a point to almost certainly ensure they reach the next round of the competition (assuming Arsenal beat Vorskla in the other game in the group) and in truth, I think they will claim it here against a Qarabag side who, along with Vorskla, have been second best in this group since the start. The Azerbaijani side are well organised and have some good individual players, but I think collectively Sporting are a much better side as they proved when drawing 0-0 with Arsenal last time out and as such, I am backing them to claim a 1-0 win here to put themselves into the next phase comfortably.

Rosenborg v Celtic – Away Win

These teams have already met three times this season, Celtic won 3-1 and then played out a 0-0 draw in Rosenborg in the Champions League qualifiers, and then in the first Europa League clash between the teams, a bad tempered affair at Celtic Park saw the home side claim a late 1-0 win. Rosenborg will have revenge on their mind, but they have struggled in the Europa League this season losing all four games and with Celtic desperate to win, knowing that it may take two wins for them to reach the next round of the competition, I am backing Brendan Rodgers men, who are in better form now, to get the job done.

Rangers v Villarreal – Away Win

Rangers thumped seven past Motherwell in a recent game and Steven Gerrard’s side are still looking for a degree of consistency, but they’ll need to be at their best to face the group leaders Villarreal in what is a very close group with all four teams still in with a genuine chance of finishing in the top two. The teams drew 2-2 in Spain which was a great result for Rangers but a draw may not be enough here. However, if Rangers do go for the jugular, I think that plays into Villarreal’s hands and the Spanish team are experts at hitting on the counter and as such, I think they will be the ones taking three points from this encounter.

Standard Liege v Sevilla – Draw

Standard Liege come into this game against an in-form Sevilla, somewhat out of sorts, with just one win in their last five games. Sevilla on the other hand are looking very sharp and are unbeaten in their last five games. They are pushing Barcelona hard in La Liga and have won three and lost one of their four games in the group. They smashed Liege 5-1 in the home fixture between the teams and since then, I think they have improved slightly as a team. This won’t be anywhere as easy for Sevilla, but for a team scoring as many goals as they do, I feel they will have too much firepower for an out of sorts Liege side 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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