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Experts' Best Bets: 5 tipsters pick out a 72/1 acca for Thursday!
Gareth Freeman
Gareth Freeman
November 24, 2021
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Sports Journalist at FST, Gareth qualified as a journalist after graduating from university and spent over a decade as a freelance broadcast journalist, commentator and tipster before joining FST. Now living in Manchester, he is a long suffering Bolton Wanderers fan who also enjoys boxing, the NBA, tennis and rugby league.

The Europa League and Europa Conference League take place on Thursday and we’ve called in the experts for their best bets ahead of the action.

FST’s Aaron Rogan and Gareth Freeman are joined by Racing Post trio Dan Childs, Ian Wilkerson and James Milton in this latest edition of Experts’ Best Bets.  Together, they’ve produced a 72/1 five-fold accumulator which you can back below.

72/1 Experts Accumulator

Dan Childs

Sports journalist at the Racing Post

Lokomotiv Moscow vs Lazio – Lazio to win at 4/5

Lazio have been making hard work of Europa League Group E – taking five points from a possible 12 – but they are second with two games to go and can take a big step towards the knockout stages by defeating Lokomotiv Moscow in the Russian capital.

Maurizio Sarri’s side secured back-to-back draws against Marseille, keeping them a point above the third-placed French outfit and three points above basement boys Lokomotiv, who are still searching for their first victory.

The Russians will have to push for the win but could leave too many gaps for Lazio to showcase their superior technical ability.

Ian Wilkerson

Sports journalist at the Racing Post

Slavia Prague vs Feyenoord – Feyenoord to win at 13/5

Slavia Prague have fallen at their first hurdle in both the Champions and Europa League this season and they may struggle at home to Dutch outfit Feyenoord in their Conference League clash.

Slavia are top of the Czech league but they have already been defeated 2-1 by the Rotterdam side, who have won their last six matches in all competitions and suffered just one defeat in their last 12 outings.

Two wins over Union Berlin, who are a creditable fifth in the Bundesliga, have demonstrated that they are adopting the correct attitude to this new competition and, with a four-point advantage over their opponents, they should be able to seal their place as group winners.

James Milton

Sports journalist at the Racing Post

Olympiakos vs Fenerbahce – Olympiakos to win at 3/4

Olympiakos and Fenerbahce are battling for second place in Group D behind Eintracht Frankfurt and home advantage should help the Greeks claim an important win on Thursday.

Neither team’s defence has looked particularly convincing in recent weeks but Olympiakos warmed up for this fixture with a 3-2 league win away to AEK Athens on Sunday, when star striker Youssef El-Arabi scored twice.

They should also be encouraged by their 3-0 win away to Fenerbahce on matchday two and the Turkish side have kept only one clean sheet in their last 14 matches in all competitions.

Aaron Rogan

Sports journalist at FST

Midtjylland vs Sporting Braga – Braga to win at 9/5

Braga have a 100% record in the Europa League this season and they can continue that against a Midtjylland side who have failed to win in their last four home European matches. The Danish side lost 3-1 in Portugal and the visitors look strong enough to record another victory. Braga were recently thumped 6-1 at Benfica but they responded to that with a 6-0 win over Santa Clara at the weekend. That was their seventh win across their last 10 games and I’m backing that great run to continue for Braga this week.

Gareth Freeman

Sports journalist at FST

Dinamo Zagreb to beat Genk 13/10

Dinamo Zagreb and Genk are battling it out for second spot in Group H as West Ham look on course to top the standings. Zagreb go into the game with a two point lead over the Belgian outfit, and with home advantage they can claim a win that would see them qualify with a game to spare.

Dinamo won the reverse fixture 3-0 and they were worthy winners in that game, although the scoreline did perhaps flatter them a bit. The Croatian club have just one defeat in their last 12 home games and that came at the hands of the Hammers. Having already beaten Genk convincingly once and with home advantage on Thursday, Dinamo look excellent value to claim all three points here.

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