Experts' Best Bets: Huge 106/1 acca for Thursday's Europa League action

Experts' Best Bets: Huge 106/1 acca for Thursday's Europa League action
Alex Wrigley
Alex Wrigley
November 3, 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 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 huge 106/1 accumulator!

Alex Wrigley had a minor blip at the weekend as Notts County secured an unlikely victory but he has still won six of his last seven selections, while Racing Post hotshot Dan Childs returns after a too-long absence as he looks to build on his 4.3 units of profit from 11 tips this season.

Gareth Freeman and James Milton both celebrated winners in Saturday’s instalment of Experts’ Best Bets, while Ian Wilkerson had the weekend off but can look back on a winning tip from his last outing.

106/1 Experts’ Acca

Alex Wrigley

Sports editor and journalist at Free Super Tips

Genk vs West Ham – West Ham to win at 19/20

West Ham could all but secure the top spot in Europa League Group H with a win over Genk on Thursday and, if recent form is anything to go by, that’s exactly what David Moyes and company will be celebrating come the final whistle.

The in-form Hammers are unbeaten away from home since April and have won six of their seven competitive trips this season. They have won all three of their Europa League outings this term and head to Belgium having conceded just once in their last five matches. Genk, by contrast, have lost five of their last seven in all competitions and have failed to score in four of those defeats.

Gareth Freeman

Sports journalist at Free Super Tips

Crvena Zvezda vs Midtjylland – Crvena Zvezda to win at 17/20

Crvena Zvezda, aka Red Star Belgrade, played out a 1-1 draw in the reverse fixture in Denmark but home advantage should see them claim a win on Thursday.

Red Star have an outrageous record on home soil and have won each of their last seven games at the Rajko Mitić – and are now unbeaten in an incredible 47 matches at home in all competitions. Midtjylland have lost their last two European trips, conceding three goals on each occasion, and they look set to be overpowered in Belgrade.

Dan Childs

Sports journalist at Racing Post

Antwerp vs Fenerbahce – Antwerp to win at 6/4

Antwerp are propping up Europa League Group D after taking just one point from three matches but they have been competitive on each occasion and may have better luck when hosting third-placed Fenerbahce at Bosuilstadion.

Time is running out for both teams to make a push for knockout stage qualification after they drew 2-2 in Istanbul on matchday three.

Both are likely to push for maximum points this week and home advantage may give the edge to Antwerp, who are third in the Belgian top flight after Sunday’s 1-0 success away to Cercle Brugge.

James Milton

Sports journalist at Racing Post

Monaco vs PSV – PSV to win at 12/5

Monaco beat PSV Eindhoven 2-1 on matchday three but it was a bit of a smash-and-grab raid from the Ligue 1 side, who scored an 89th-minute winner and had just seven attempts at goal to their hosts’ 19.

Neither of these teams is particularly consistent: Monaco lost 2-0 at previously winless Brest last weekend while PSV’s last two Eredivisie results have been a 5-0 defeat at Ajax and a 5-2 home win over Twente.

Roger Schmidt’s visitors can be relied upon to be positive, having thrashed Galatasaray 7-2 on aggregate in Champions League qualifying and scored six goals in their first two Europa League group games, and that gung-ho approach could unsettle Monaco.

Ian Wilkerson

Sports journalist at Racing Post

Bayer Leverkusen vs Real Betis – Real Betis to win at 5/2

Bayer Leverkusen got their Bundesliga campaign off to a blistering start but the wheels have come off after a 5-1 defeat to champions Bayern Munich and they could be vulnerable when Real Betis visit.

Leverkusen have not won since that thumping and have also suffered the indignity of being dumped out of the German Cup by second division Karlsruhe.

They have kept just two clean sheets in seven home games this year and their 2-0 loss to Wolfsburg at the weekend was their third successive loss at the BayArena.

Betis have to pick themselves up after a 3-0 loss to Atletico Madrid, but that was only the second defeat Manuel Pellegrini’s side have suffered in their last 12 matches, so they should not be underestimated after gaining a 1-1 draw against the Germans a fortnight ago.

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