Thursday’s £5 Europa League acca pays over £120
Five picks from the European action
The final round of Europa League qualifying kicks off tonight, and Coral customers can enjoy the action even more with this midweek acca. Everton are flying the flag for Britain, as the Toffees welcome Hajduk Split to Goodison Park.
The Coral Team have had a good look through the fixture list and picked out the most appealing bets for this week’s Thursday night five-fold.
Placing a £5 stake on the following could lead to a return of £120.90. Prices and returns mentioned are correct at the time of writing.
Let’s get going with tonight’s five-fold…
Everton to beat Hajduk Split
The Toffees have started the season in good form and are going for their fourth straight victory in all competitions.
Everton should have enough quality to see off Split and reach the Europa League Group Stage for the first time since 2015. They’re a banker selection at 3/10 to start the acca off.
Krasnodar to beat Crvena Zvedza
An away trip to Krasnoda is not an easy task. Located on the banks of the Kuban River, Krasnoda have a solid European record having lost just four out of their last 20 home games.
It will be a tough trip for Zvedza this evening, especially given that they haven’t reached the Group Stage of the Europa League since 2007. The 7/10 on Krasnodar is the one to be on.
Braga to beat Hafnarfjordur
The last time Braga were in the Europa League they reached the quarter-finals. They may not repeat those feats this time around, but they should certainly be able to see off tonight’s Icelandic opponents.
Forward Rui Fonte and defender Raul Silva have already scored two apiece this season and their quality should be enough to see off the perennial Europa League qualifiers. Braga are 4/6 to do the business.
BATE Borisov to beat Oleksandria
BATE are Belarus’ number one side and will in all likelihood comfortably dispatch Ukraine’s Oleksandria, who are enjoying only their second ever season of European competition.
Tonight’s visitors to the Borisov Arena are yet to win in five games since the start of the season and given their inexperience on the continent, it’s hard to see past opponents BATE at Evens to take a first leg lead.
NK Osijek v Austria Wien – Draw
Heading over to Croatia and it’s last round’s surprise package that round off this acca. Osijek pulled off the shock of tournament so far by beating Dutch giants PSV over two legs. Austria Wien are unbeaten in three though, and have extensive continental experience to back them up. It’s a draw for this one at 23/10.
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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing