Thursday’s £5 Europa League acca pays over £120
Five picks from the second-leg action
The Europa League play-off round concludes this evening, and Coral customers can get in on the action with another Thursday night acca. The Coral Team have navigated their way through 22 tricky ties for this five-fold.
It’s the away sides that offer the value this evening, with picks from Sweden, Moldova and Albania making up the latest acca.
Placing a £5 stake on the following could lead to a payout of £123.00. Prices and returns mentioned are correct at the time of writing.
Let’s get this five-fold going…
Legia Warsaw to beat Sheriff Tiraspol
This one is finely poised following a 1-1 draw in Poland.
Legia have made it through to European group stage competition in three of the last four seasons and certainly look good enough to win on the night here.
Only a last-gasp equaliser prevented them taking the spoils last week, and following a win at the weekend, they have the momentum to overcome the Moldovan champions.
They’re even-money to win on the night.
PAOK to beat Ostersunds
In Sweden, the dream could be about to end for Ostersunds.
Managed by Englishman Graham Potter, the stars of the Europa League so far have not won in four and suffered a 3-1 away defeat to PAOK last week.
Salonika on the other hand have qualified for the last four editions of the Europa League group stage and are unbeaten in six away qualifying games. With former Derby and Northampton man Alexsander Prijovic up-front, they should have no problem at 7/5.
Ludogorets to beat Suduva Marijampole
For a club that has plied its trade in the Champions League for the past few seasons, Ludogorets should ease past Suduva.
The Bulgarian champions are 2-0 up from the first-leg, and against a side that are making their debut at this stage of the competition, the 1/2 on the visitors to claim victory bolsters the five-fold.
Dinamo Zagreb to beat Skenderbeu Korce
One of the more recognisable names in the play-off round, Dinamo Zagreb head into this clash all square at 1-1 from the first-leg.
Bosnian striker Armin Hodzic has 62 goals in 134 games for Zagrab, and his goalscoring prowess justifies their odds of 4/6 to win the tie inside 90 minutes.
Austria Wien to beat Osijek
Things are rounded off by Austria Wien at 21/20, the only home pick in this acca.
The Austrian side claimed a crucial 2-1 away win over Osijek in the first-leg and will be looking to build on that in more comfortable surroundings. Furthermore, Wien have won their last three and are unbeaten in five, having not suffered a defeat since late July.
With the experienced player Alexander Grunwald marshalling the midfield the hosts should have no problem gliding past their Croatian opponents.
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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing