Terrific tenfold Europa League home team acca returns over £350 from £1
Jamie Clark | 20 October 2016
Tenfold Europa League acca
Coral always offer crazy value, but perhaps none more so than with a tasty tenfold Europa League acca involving home teams in this Thursday’s fixtures.
At current odds*, staking €/£1 on all of the 10 teams below returns €/£358.15. Surely combined odds of 357/1 or better are worth a cheeky punt as you watch the scores roll in from around Europe?!
Read on below as our football experts explain each leg of this tenfold Europa League acca in more detail:
Celta Vigo to beat Ajax
Celta’s home ground is a real provincial fortress in Spanish football, so there is no reason to suppose it will be any different when Dutch giants Ajax are in town.
This part of distant Galicia is almost in Portugal, and elite teams such as Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have struggled when making the cross-country trip to Vigo. Ajax lost their only previous clash away to Celta, so side with the hosts at 21/20* for victory.
Standard Liege to beat Panathinaikos
Belgian boys Standard Liege have never lost to Greek Super League side Panathiniakos from four previous meetings, winning three. That gives punters every incentive to back the hosts at 5/4* for another victory.
Inter Milan to beat Southampton
A trip to the San Siro is easily the Saints’ biggest-ever European game, but there are huge doubts over the fitness of first-choice full backs Cedric Soares and Ryan Bertrand. Inter can exploit this and get a victory for new Nerazzurri boss Frank de Boer at 27/20*.
Red Bull Salzburg to beat Nice
Visitors Nice may have the maverick talent of Mario Balotelli, but Salzburg posses prolific Spanish striker Jonathan Soriano, who has torn up the Austrian Bundesliga for several seasons now. Take 23/20 on Red Bull Salzburg beating Nice.
Olympiakos to beat Astana
Greek Super League champions Olympiakos have a few ex-Premier League players, including Nigeria striker Brown Ideye and former Leicester City player of the year Esteban Cambiasso.
Olympiakos have also added Paraguay frontman Oscar Cardozo to their ranks, and that is more than enough firepower to defeat Astana. Back Paulo Bento’s boys at 2/5*.
Young Boys to beat APOEL Nicosia
Cypriot club APOEL Nicosia should find a battle in Bern against Swiss side Young Boys a difficult prospect, as the hosts famously caused Tottenham problems in Europe. That is still fairly fresh in the memory, so back Young Boys at 10/11*.
Feyenoord to beat Zorya Luhansk
Dutch heavyweights Feyenoord have a perfect record of five wins in five at De Kuip across all competitions this term, so should easily beat Europa League group whipping boys Luhansk.
With Eljero Elia, Dirk Kuyt and Denmark striker Nicolai Jorgensen among their attacking options, Feyenoord look irresistible at 8/15* for victory.
Man Utd to beat Fenerbahce
A certain Wayne Rooney announced himself with a hat-trick in this fixture on his Red Devils debut the last time Fenerbahce were at Old Trafford in 2004.
What role he plays 12 years on remains to be seen, but Man Utd should be thwarting Dick Advocaat’s team here at 4/7* for a home win.
AZ Alkmaar to beat Maccabi Tel Aviv
Dutch outfit Alkmaar are 10/11* to tame Tel Aviv on what is a lengthy trip for the Israeli outfit. Punters should always factor in the distance a visiting side is travelling when considering accumulators like this one.
Roma to beat Austria Vienna
Luciano Spalletti’s Giallorossi are better than Austria Vienna to a man, so it’s little wonder Roma are firm 1/4* favourites for three Europa League points. Edin Dzeko is top of the Serie A goal charts, so expect him to run riot here.
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*All quoted odds correct at the time of publishing.
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