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It’s matchday five for the Europa League, and there’s plenty to be decided tonight.
Some teams are through to the knockout stages, while a small number are already out.
For most though, their fates are still to be decided.
The Coral News Team have run through the fixtures and come up with a tasty six-fold to spice up the action.
If all selections win, a £5 stake could return £95.55. All prices and returns correct as of date of publication.
Arsenal to beat Koln
Arsenal are safely through, and barring a highly unlikely set of results, will finish top of Group H.
But Arsene Wenger will want to maintain momentum from the 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur.
Koln can still progress, but they’ve won just three matches all season.
Jack Wilshere and co are still trying to force their way into Wenger’s Premier League reckoning, so the Gunners should prevail in Germany at a generous 8/5.
Lazio to beat Vitesse
In Group K, Lazio are already through with four wins from four, and like Arsenal, are on course to top their quartet.
But they’ll be annoyed at losing the Rome derby last weekend, and can use this game to put things right before the visit of Fiorentina on Sunday.
Vitesse must win their remaining two games, but the Dutch side have already conceded nine times in the group.
Lazio have won five of their last six at the Stadio Olimpico, and should have far too much quality for their Eredivisie visitors. A home win looms at 1/2.
Lyon to beat Apollon
There’s plenty to play for in Group E, where Lyon are going toe-to-toe with Atalanta in the race to be top.
And the French side will be eager to steal a march at home to Cypriot side Apollon, while the Italians head to Everton.
Apollon have drawn three of their four games, but Lyon are a far better side.
The Ligue 1 outfit are unbeaten in ten games, keeping clean sheets in their last five. In fact, only Paris Saint-Germain have beaten Olympique this term. Another home win at 3/10 continues the acca.
AC Milan to beat Austria Wien
They may be struggling in Serie A, but AC Milan are going just fine in Europe.
The San Siro outfit are unbeaten in Group D, and can top their standings if results go their way tonight.
They should certainly be able to do their part in the visit of Austria Wien.
After trouncing the Vienna outfit 5-1 in the reverse fixture, Vincenzo Montella’s side should have no problem at home. Milan are 2/7 for the win.
Red Bull Salzburg to beat Guimaraes
Things are right in Group I, but Red Bull Salzburg can secure their spot in the competition post-Christmas this evening.
Topping the foursome on eight points, the Austrian outfit host fourth-placed Vitoria Guimaraes.
The hosts are looking to extend a 16-game unbeaten streak. The Portuguese visitors know that defeat will all-but knock them out, but having lost four of their last eight away games, Salzburg are on course to prevail at 4/11.
Slavia Prague to beat Maccabi Tel Aviv
The final leg of tonight’s Coral acca comes from Israel, as Slavia Prague head to Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Slavia sit third in Group A, but can take advantage with the top two of Villarreal and Astana playing each other.
Tel Aviv have offered little in the group stages. They’re yet to score and have already conceded six times.
Having already been eliminated, the hosts will already have one eye on Sunday’s derby with Hapoel Haifa. Slavia Prague complete the six-fold at an acca-boosting price of 23/20.
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