£5 on Thursday’s Europa League acca pays over £154
Four away wins included in this multiple
The Europa League gets underway today and there are plenty of tasty games to look forward to. Arsenal and Everton are the British representatives in the group stage this year.
The Coral News Team have run the rule over tonight’s fixtures and put together a five-fold accumulator. All five games selected begin at 20:05 UK Time for added excitement.
Putting a £5 stake on this acca could land a huge payout of £154.85. It gets started at the Emirates Stadium as Arsenal face FC Koln. Prices and returns mentioned correct at the time of writing.
Arsenal to beat Koln
Arsenal are expected to rotate heavily in the group stages this season. Arsene Wenger’s side are 4/11 here and should win whatever XI the Frenchman puts out.
Koln are bottom of the Bundesliga after three games. They’ve yet to pick up a single point and have only scored one goal.
Theo Walcott, Olivier Giroud and Jack Wilshere could make their first starts of the season for the Gunners. They’ll be keen to impress and make a case for more playing time.
Lazio to beat Vitesse
Lazio battered AC Milan 4-1 in their last fixture and will be full of confidence against Vitesse Arnhem. The Italian side are 5/6 favourites to win at the Gelredome.
They’ve got an impressive young manager in Simeone Inzaghi and Ciro Immobile gives them real firepower up front.
Vitesse are currently second in the Eredivisie but have a very young side. They signed four players on loan from Chelsea this summer. The quartet from West London only have 135 minutes of Premier League experience between them.
Nice to beat Zulte Waregem
Next, we head to Belgium, where Nice are 5/4 to win away at Zulte Waregem.
The French side have made a dreadful start to the current campaign. They were dumped out of the Champions League play-off by Napoli and lost three of their first four league games.
They also endured a tough summer as several of their best players left or became unsettled. They did manage to keep hold of Jean Michael Seri and Nice looked like their old selves as they beat Ligue 1 champions Monaco 4-0 on Saturday.
It could be a bad time for the Essevee to face them. Zulte Waregem have only won one of their last four games.
Red Bull Salzburg to beat Vitoria Guimaraes
Another away win is tipped here at 11/10 as Red Bull Salzburg travel to Portuguese side Guimaraes.
Having won the Austrian Bundesliga in each of the last four years, European competition offers Die Roten Bullen a chance to see how good they really are.
They face a Guimaraes side without a win in their last four games.
The likes of Sadio Mane and Naby Keita made their breakthroughs at Salzburg. Hwang Hee-Chan could be another name to look out for this year.
Athletic Bilbao to beat Hertha Berlin
Ernesto Valverde left Athletic Bilbao to take charge of Barcelona this summer, but the Spanish side have made a decent start to the season under Jose Angel Ziganda. They’re fourth in La Liga and haven’t conceded a goal yet.
There were no major additions or departures in the transfer window. The likes of Aritz Aduriz, Inaki Williams and Iker Muniain give Ziganda genuine quality in attacking areas.
They should have too much for Hertha Berlin. Coral have Athletic at 7/4 for the win. They’ll need to be wary of Salomon Kalou and Vedad Ibisevic though.
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