After seeing dozens of goals in this week’s Champions League matches, we’re sticking with the theme of goals for Thursday’s Europa League action with this 15/2 BTTS treble at Coral.
As we approach the halfway points of the group phase, all teams will be eager to secure some much needed points. We’re backing these six to all find the target at some stage during the night’s action.
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Dinamo Minsk V Guingamp. 6PM
Our first selection comes from Group K and we’re hoping that the clash between Dinamo Minsk and Guingamp will be an absolute cracker.
The French visitors will definitely fancy their chances of scoring against a Belarusian club that has conceded nine times in two Europa League matches and know that three points at the Stadyen Dynama will put them in a fantastic position as they bid to reach the last 32.
For the home side, they will simply be trying to avoid ending their Europa League campaign on a duck.Progression seems unlikely for Dinamo, even at this premature stage, but they’d like to keep their momentum going ahead of a potential title-deciding clash against BATE in their domestic league next Friday.
Guingamp haven’t kept a clean sheet in five away games, which will give Dinamo hope. However, the French club do have a good chance of securing some points . There should be chances at both ends of the pitch; let’s hope that leads to goals.
BTTS Yes @ 11/10 with Coral
Lille V Everton. 6PM
Roberto Martinez’s Everton head to France knowing that three points will put them on the verge of qualification for the last 32, but they must be careful against a very handy Lille.
The Premier League side have picked up four points from six so far and stand a great chance of topping Group H. However, this contest at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy won’t be easy and their defence will need to be alert to the home side’s attacking threat.
Divock Origi returned to Lille immediately after signing for Liverpool and the Belgian will be eager to perform well against his parent club’s local neighbours. It is already being suggested that the 20-year-old has a big future in the game and he’ll be hopeful of outshining countryman Romelu Lukaku, who is just as likely to find the target for Everton.
All four games involving these two sides have ended in BTTS winners. We fully expect that sequence to continue here.
BTTS Yes @ 21/20 with Coral
Celtic V Astra Giurgiu 8:05PM
The SPL champions have suffered a stuttering start under new boss Ronny Deila but they should make progress in this competition and can further cement their position as Group D favourites by beating Astra.
Confidence will be high at Celtic Park following their 5-0 trouncing of Ross County on Saturday. Meanwhile, the potential return of star man Kris Commons is another source of optimism for the Hoops and it would be a real shock if they can’t notch against a Guirgui side that has already shipped seven during their opening two Europa League fixtures.
However, despite failing to acquire any points, the Romanians have scored in each of their previous two Group D matches and can pose a threat to Celtic. We’ve seen plenty of examples to suggest that the Hoops’ defence is there for the taking and the visitors will look to exploit this.
Nevertheless, Celtic should win this game. We’re backing both teams to score.
BTTS Yes @ Evens with Coral
A £10 treble returns £86.10 with Coral