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Frank Monkhouse | 6 July 2017

29/1 Europa League five-fold

The first round of the Europa League continues on Thursday, giving Coral’s football punters something decent to aim at. We have already witnessed a massive upset in the competition this week, Rangers knocked out by part-timers Progres on Tuesday.

That means we can take nothing for granted, but our Thursday five-fold appears to offer a shot at a decent pay-out. We have selected five teams who all won by at least two goals in the first leg, meaning they’re all but through. £5 on our accumulator pays £150.20 – click to bet.

FK Skendija beat Dacia Chisinau

Starting off with FK Skendija, who go at a decent price to win away from home, having got the measure of their opponents first time out. The Macedonian side won 3-0 at home, and although that means they don’t have to go looking for this game, they will want to keep the feel-good factor going and record another win. The picks don’t enjoy enough big nights in European football to be taking things easy. Coral’s 8/5 is better than we expected.

Siroki Birjeg beat Ordabbasy Shymkent

Another side who look to have done the damage at the first time of asking, picking up a 2-0 home win to make this trip all the more comfortable. The Bosnia and Herzegovina representatives won’t get things quite as easy at the home of their opponents, but Ordabbasy looked well out of their depth last time, and I would be surprised to see them take any kind of positive out of this match. Nothing would’ve changed in a week, and the away day is added at a cracking 17/5.

Lech Poznan beat Pelister Bitola

Lech Poznan are a side more than capable of battling their way into the group stage, or at least go very close to it, given the luck of the draw, and they are nailed down to win again on Thursday. A 4-0 cheer over Bitola showed the gulf in class that exists between these sides, and I expect Poznan to go and push for more. It’s the perfect way to build confidence at this time of year, and 1/3 is very fair indeed.

Maccabi Tel Aviv beat Tirana

Another who are capable of cutting it at a much higher level than this, the Tirana match should go as nothing more than an opportunity to stretch the legs and keep sharp. There was no surprise to see Tel Aviv win 2-0 in the first leg, and they could’ve got one or two more that night. They are sure to get a share of chances to extend their lead, and 4/11 will do us a favour.

Kairat beat Atlantas Klaipeda

Lastly, we’re going to finish on the club who were most impressive a week ago, with Kairat smashing six past Atlantas. They are a cut above the opposition, but we don’t expect them to sit back and admire their work, the job is done, but they have a real chance to go here and enjoy their football. For a side so far in front, 4/9 is massive, and we grab it with both hands.

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