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Everton, Roma, Wolfsburg and Club Brugge all to qualify at 7/2

Coral are offering a fantastic 7/2 Europa League acca, for all of Everton, Roma, Wolfsburg and Club Brugge to qualify for the quarters after their last 16 second leg matches.

The Toffees travel to Dynamo Kiev with a 2-1 lead, the Giallorossi host fellow Italian side Fiorentina after claiming a crucial away goal in Florence, Die Wolfe upcoming beat opponents Inter Milan 3-1 and the Belgian outfit defeated Besiktas 2-1.

All four clubs in this acca are expected to qualify, and here are more reasons why you should back this brilliant bet.

Dynamo Kiev v Everton
Roberto Martinez’s men came out 2-1 winners in the first leg at Goodison Park, and are odds-on at 8/15 to take advantage of their lead and reach the quarters. All they need is a draw (12/5 in 90 minutes).

Romelu Lukaku was on target from the spot in the first leg, and the big Belgian is 7/4 to net anytime again. Super Scot Steven Naismith also grabbed a goal, and is priced at 7/2 in the same market.

Roma v Fiorentina
This duo drew 1-1 in Florence, making the Italian capital club odds-on favourites at 4/9 to qualify and 11/10 to win in 90 minutes. That is all the more enticing as Roma are undefeated in their last four home games against Viola.

Seydou Keita scored in the first leg for the Giallorossi, and is 10/3 to net anytime again. Fellow attacking Africans Seydou Doumbia and Gervinho, meanwhile, are respective 6/5 and 7/4 chances.

Inter Milan v Wolfsburg
German high-flyers Wolsburg are in terrific form of late, and made light work of their first leg match against fallen Italian giants Inter. They are heavily odds-on at 1/8 to qualify.

Former Chelsea midfielder was the star of the show in their 3-1 victory, and the Belgian is 11/5 to grab a goal anytime at the San Siro too.

Besiktas v Club Brugge
Like Everton, Club Brugge go into their away second leg with a 2-1 advantage, and they are 4/6 shouts to make it to the quarters.

Attackers Tom De Sutter and Lior Refaelov got the goals for the Belgian outfit against Besiktas last time out, and are respective 5/2 and 14/5 shouts to score again anytime in Turkey.