Experts' Best Bets: Top tipsters pick out 27/1 acca for Thursday's Europa League action!

Experts' Best Bets: Top tipsters pick out 27/1 acca for Thursday's Europa League action!
Alex Wrigley
Alex Wrigley
December 8, 2021
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Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.

The Europa League returns to our screens for the final round of the Group Stage on Thursday and to mark the occasion our experts have put their heads together and selected five best bets from across the continent, combining into a tasty 27/1 accumulator.

Alex Wrigley picked up another winner on Sunday to take him to three wins from his last four Experts’ Best Bets selections, with Sunday’s Montpellier win over Clermont helping this feature to its third successive profitable instalment.

Alex is back again for the midweek round, joined by FST’s Gareth Freeman and the Racing Post trio of Chris Rivers, James Milton and Liam Flin.


27/1 Experts’ Acca

Alex Wrigley

Sports editor and journalist at Free Super Tips

Real Sociedad vs PSV – PSV double chance at 10/11

It’s all to play for in Europa League Group B as second-placed PSV travel to San Sebastian knowing they just need to avoid defeat to book their place in the preliminary knockout round.

The Dutch giants have a great chance of doing just that, too. They head into this match unbeaten in seven games and having lost just one of their five Europa League group games so far. That came at home to group-leaders Monaco, while Real Sociedad have won just one of their last five in all competitions and the only three points they have claimed in the Europa League came away to bottom-placed Sturm Graz on matchday three.

Gareth Freeman

Sports journalist at Free Super Tips

Sporting Braga vs Crvena Zvezda – Sporting Braga to win at 17/20

There is everything to play for in Group F with just two points separating leaders Crvena Zvezda and Midtjylland in third, with Braga sandwiched in the middle.

A win for the Portuguese outfit would see them qualify as group winners and I expect them to make the most of that opportunity on Thursday. Braga are unbeaten in their last 10 home games, winning seven of those, and have two wins from two at home in this competition.

Chris Rivers

Sports journalist at Racing Post

Antwerp vs Olympiacos – Olympiacos to win at 21/20

Olympiacos’ away form has been the Achilles heel of their European campaigns in the past but they’ve looked far stronger on their travels recently, winning 3-0 in Turkey against Fenerbahce earlier this season.

They head to Antwerp knowing a third win from their last five Europa League away games could be enough to snatch top spot in Group D and they look good value to take all three points from the winless Belgians, who are bottom of the section and have nothing to play for.

Olympiacos won the reverse fixture 2-1, restricting Antwerp to one shot on target, and head to Belgium fresh from having recorded a sixth straight away win in the Greek Super League at the weekend.

James Milton

Sports journalist at Racing Post

Ferencvaros vs Bayer Leverkusen – Bayer Leverkusen to win at 5/6

Bayer Leverkusen look nailed on for top spot in Group G after four wins and a draw from their first five games and the Bundesliga side should sign off in style against Ferencvaros on matchday six.

Leverkusen beat Celtic 3-2 in their last Europa League fixture and warmed up for this game with a 7-1 drubbing of bottom club Greuther Furth on Saturday.

That result suggests that Ferencvaros, who have lost all five of their group games this season, can expect little mercy from Thursday’s visitors and an entertaining away win could be on the cards.

Liam Flin

Sports journalist at Racing Post

Napoli vs Leicester – Napoli to win at 23/20

Home form has been key to Napoli in Serie A this season and they can also prevail when they welcome Leicester to the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona in the Europa League.

Victory for the Naples outfit will guarantee them a spot in the knockout stage and they can come out on top, having won six of their eight home league fixtures in their pursuit of the Scudetto.

They lost their last home game in the Europa League to Spartak Moscow but were down to ten men after 30 minutes and they should be more disciplined this time around with so much riding on this contest.


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