The Europa League takes centre stage on Thursday after the midweek Champions League action, with Leicester, Rangers, Celtic and West Ham all getting their group stage campaigns underway.
We’ve had a look at the fixtures and put together a 21/1 player props accumulator including a few potential goalscorers and a few players who we feel should be able to record a shot on target.
Thursday’s Champions League player props
21/1 player props accumulator
Rapid Vienna v Genk
Marco Grull anytime scorer
Rapid Vienna midfielder Marco Grull has been in fine form of late and scored in five successive games before that streak ended in his side’s defeat to Admira at the weekend. The 23-year-old has seven goals in 12 outings this season across all competitions and has three goals in his last four European games.
Dinamo Zagreb vs West Ham
Tomas Soucek to have one or more shots on target
West Ham midfielder Tomas Soucek is averaging 2.8 shots-per-game in the Premier League this season and he should see a few chances come his way at Dinamo Zagreb on Thursday. Soucek has a career shooting accuracy of 36% in the Premier League, so there is a good chance he’ll test the keeper in Zagreb.
Leicester City vs Napoli
Lorenzo Insigne to have one or more shots on target
This is the shortest price selection on our accumulator, and it would be a surprise if Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne didn’t manage a shot on target against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium. The diminutive forward isn’t afraid to try his luck from range as well as being a bit of a poacher, and he should be able to hit the target against the Foxes even if he doesn’t get his name on the scoresheet.
Monaco vs Strum Graz
Wissam Ben Yedder anytime goalscorer
Monaco’s usually reliable marksman Wissam Ben Yedder has been misfiring this season and he’s yet to open his account in Ligue 1 after five games, having scored 20 goals in 37 appearances in the league last season. However, the striker did hit a brace at Shakhtar Donetsk in Champions League qualifying and this looks like a good opportunity for him to kick-start his season. We’re expecting a few goals for Monaco against their Austrian opponents on Thursday and it would be no surprise to see Ben Yedder get his name on the scoresheet.
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