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Europa League Predictions > Oct 4th

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding Europa League

Zurich has under 2.5 goals in their last 4 home games in all competitions.
Ludogorets won their last 4 games in all competitions.
Bayer Leverkusen scored in last 5 home games in all competitions.
Rosenborg won their last 6 home games in all competitions.
RB Leipzig scored in last 8 games in all competitions.
Rennes has over 2.5 goals in their last 6 away games in all competitions.
Rennes scored in last 15 games in all competitions.
RB Salzburg scored in last 14 home games in all competitions.

You can find interesting 82 Football Betting Streaks for 04.10.2018 on this link ... http://eurofootballrumours.com/football-facts-and-streaks-04-10-2018-11489

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Chelsea vs MOL Vidi

European football doesn't offer many sure things these days as the reputedly less competitive teams up their game. However, this week I think there's as close to a sure thing that we'll see this season with Premier League title contenders Chelsea hosting Hungarian side MOL Vidi in this 8pm game at Stamford Bridge tomorrow night.

Chelsea look a menacing side under Maurizio Sarri. 5 consecutive wins to start the league season has been halted by two draws in the league. In the Europa League, Sarri's side battled out a dogged 1-0 win away to Greek club PAOK. It was far from convincing but it got the job done.

MOL Vidi have surprised many by reaching this stage of the competition. They narrowly missed out on a place in the Champions League group stages after navigating their way past Dudelange and Ludogorets before coming unstuck against AEK Athens. A 2-0 defeat at home in the opening Europa League group game against Azeri side BATE Borisov suggests that they might struggle to get anything in this group.

It goes without saying that the Blues are huge favourites coming into this and I can see Sarri's side strolling through this game. MOL Vidi can defend and stay as tight as they like all game long but with Eden Hazard in the form he's in and other players in full confidence it'll be a long evening. Even if Hazard doesn't play, there's enough quality in this Chelsea side to breeze past this game.

Chelsea -2 @ 1.80 with Paddy Power

Chelsea to Win to Nil @ 1.67 with Boylesports

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Girondins Bordeaux v FC København

Girondins Bordeaux: De Préville (6/1 f), Mendy (0/0 f), Lewczuk (4/0 d)

FC København: Fischer (11/6 m, 2nd top scorer), Lüftner (1/0 d), Wind (0/0 f)

 

FK Jablonec v Dynamo Kiev

FK Jablonec: Doležal (8/4 f, top scorer, doubtful)

Dynamo Kiev: Tchê Tchê (5/0 m), Verbič (10/3 m, top scorer)

 

Chelsea FC v Vidi FC

(Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri will rest some of his first team palyers.)

Chelsea FC: Ruben Loftus-Cheek (2/0 m), Pedro Rodriguez (5/3 f, 2nd top scorer)(both doubtful), Marco van Ginkel (0/0 m)

Vidi FC: Szabolcs Huszti (7/3 m, top scorer, suspended), Ádám Kovácsik (6/0 first goalkeeper), Krisztián Géresi (0/0 m), Stefan Šćepović (2/1 f)

 

Sarpsborg 08 v Racing Genk

Sarpsborg 08: no absences

Racing Genk: Screciu (0/0 m), Vandevoordt (0/0 g), Zhegrova (3/1 f)

 

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A very important match for the two teams for the continuation of the group, the level of the tie is important, I expect the two teams to give it all, but be cautious enough not to lose. I expect a small score with few goals
BATE BORISOV vs PAOK THESSALONIKI @@ +2.50 Under, odds 1.55

You never bother to see the two teams and their games open quite often in goals. Indeed, the Austrians are undefeated in their 16 games this season, but Celtic is not a random team. Probably so over 2.5
FC SALZBURG vs CELTIC GLASGOW @@ +2.50 Over, odds 1.75

An important match for the two teams, AC Milan has no room to be unconquered to claim with the win. It makes a lot of aggression, it creates final efforts and can win today
AC MILAN vs OLYMPIACOS PIRAEUS @@ AC MILAN, odds 1.50

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FK Qarabag vs Arsenal

In terms of travelling, Arsenal have got it tough in the Europa League. In this second round of group stage games, the Gunners fly out to Azerbaijan to face FK Qarabag at the Azersun Arena for a 5:55pm kick-off. These random kick-off times are really messing with my OCD but here we go!

FK Qarabag have been punching above their weight for a while now on the European stage. The defending champions of the Azerbaijan Premier League are regularly competing in the group phases of European competition when it was not long ago that Azeri sides would be out of Europe by the start of September.

This season, Gurban Gurbanov's side came close to reaching the group stages of the Champions League. They fought their way past Slovenian side Olimpija and Albanian club Kukesi. Unfortunately, they exited that competition at the 3rd Round of Qualifying in a tight 2-1 aggregate to Belarus side BATE Borisov. The Azeri side then needed to beat Moldovan surprise package Sheriff Tiraspol in the Playoff Round of the Europa League to reach this group phase.

Arsenal have had it a bit easier this season. Automatic qualification for the group phase came from their final league position last season in the Premier League. Not qualifying for the Champions League was a disappointment but hardly a shock in Arsene Wenger's last campaign. It is now Europa League specialist Unai Emery who takes charge of the London club heading into this season's competition.

The opening round of games delivered contrasting fortunes for these two clubs. FK Qarabag suffered a 2-0 loss away to Portuguese side Sporting CP. Hardly a surprise result but still one that leaves the Azeri side needing something here to avoid being cut adrift after just two matches. Arsenal cruised to a 4-2 win at home against Ukrainian outfit Vorskla Poltava. Emery will be frustrated that his side surrendered a 4-0 lead by conceding two goals in the final 13 minutes of that game.

FK Qarabag have a terrible record against English opposition in European competition. Over the years, in all European competitions, the Azeri side have played English sides on four occasions and lost all four by an aggregate score-line of 14-1.

This will be a tough game for Arsenal. FK Qarabag are a difficult side to beat in their own back yard. This task is a lot tougher with the Gunners set to be without key attacking players Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Aaron Ramsey. Henrikh Mkhitaryan is also not in the squad due to political issues between Azerbaijan and Mkhitaryan's native Armenia. Arsenal will do very well to take any win here so I don't see any value in their outright odds. A cheeky handicap for FK Qarabag might be worth a shout.

FK Qarabag AH +1 @ 2.17 with Blacktype

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 2.05 with MarathonBet

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7 hours ago, StevieDay1983 said:

FK Qarabag vs Arsenal

In terms of travelling, Arsenal have got it tough in the Europa League. In this second round of group stage games, the Gunners fly out to Azerbaijan to face FK Qarabag at the Azersun Arena for a 5:55pm kick-off. These random kick-off times are really messing with my OCD but here we go!

FK Qarabag have been punching above their weight for a while now on the European stage. The defending champions of the Azerbaijan Premier League are regularly competing in the group phases of European competition when it was not long ago that Azeri sides would be out of Europe by the start of September.

This season, Gurban Gurbanov's side came close to reaching the group stages of the Champions League. They fought their way past Slovenian side Olimpija and Albanian club Kukesi. Unfortunately, they exited that competition at the 3rd Round of Qualifying in a tight 2-1 aggregate to Belarus side BATE Borisov. The Azeri side then needed to beat Moldovan surprise package Sheriff Tiraspol in the Playoff Round of the Europa League to reach this group phase.

Arsenal have had it a bit easier this season. Automatic qualification for the group phase came from their final league position last season in the Premier League. Not qualifying for the Champions League was a disappointment but hardly a shock in Arsene Wenger's last campaign. It is now Europa League specialist Unai Emery who takes charge of the London club heading into this season's competition.

The opening round of games delivered contrasting fortunes for these two clubs. FK Qarabag suffered a 2-0 loss away to Portuguese side Sporting CP. Hardly a surprise result but still one that leaves the Azeri side needing something here to avoid being cut adrift after just two matches. Arsenal cruised to a 4-2 win at home against Ukrainian outfit Vorskla Poltava. Emery will be frustrated that his side surrendered a 4-0 lead by conceding two goals in the final 13 minutes of that game.

FK Qarabag have a terrible record against English opposition in European competition. Over the years, in all European competitions, the Azeri side have played English sides on four occasions and lost all four by an aggregate score-line of 14-1.

This will be a tough game for Arsenal. FK Qarabag are a difficult side to beat in their own back yard. This task is a lot tougher with the Gunners set to be without key attacking players Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Aaron Ramsey. Henrikh Mkhitaryan is also not in the squad due to political issues between Azerbaijan and Mkhitaryan's native Armenia. Arsenal will do very well to take any win here so I don't see any value in their outright odds. A cheeky handicap for FK Qarabag might be worth a shout.

FK Qarabag AH +1 @ 2.17 with Blacktype

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 2.05 with MarathonBet

In my opinion Away team win. Read preview here

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2 minutes ago, laprikon said:

In my opinion Away team win. Read preview here

For the benefit of those that aren't going to take the effort to click on that link (this isn't an advertising board) why do you think Arsenal will win? Simply because they are better on paper? Do their absentees not worry you?

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Just now, StevieDay1983 said:

For the benefit of those that aren't going to take the effort to click on that link (this isn't an advertising board) why do you think Arsenal will win? Simply because they are better on paper? Do their absentees not worry you?

I am using  some mathematical methods to calculalte fair odds. No paper only value bet in long term. Possibly you right may be Arsenal will lost in Baku i just bet on value odds. Thanks for reply

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44 minutes ago, StevieDay1983 said:

For the benefit of those that aren't going to take the effort to click on that link (this isn't an advertising board) why do you think Arsenal will win? Simply because they are better on paper? Do their absentees not worry you?

i clicked on it and it goes on about aubameyang as a key component of arsenal's success tonight

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48 minutes ago, laprikon said:

Yes you right Dude )))

From BBC:

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Aaron Ramsey will miss Arsenal's Europa League tie with FK Qarabag on Thursday.

Forward Aubameyang is ill, while midfielder Ramsey requested to stay at home as his wife is due to give birth.

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1 hour ago, waynecoyne said:

From BBC:

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Aaron Ramsey will miss Arsenal's Europa League tie with FK Qarabag on Thursday.

Forward Aubameyang is ill, while midfielder Ramsey requested to stay at home as his wife is due to give birth.

ok let s see the results

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36 minutes ago, laprikon said:

ok let s see the results

In other news, Kolasinac has miraculously jumped from your injury list to a place in the starting lineup today ;-)

Good luck with your bet - apart from Ramsey and Aubameyang, you did a good job on the predicted starting lineup!

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3 minutes ago, cluelessG said:

In other news, Kolasinac has miraculously jumped from your injury list to a place in the starting lineup today ;-)

Good luck with your bet - apart from Ramsey and Aubameyang, you did a good job on the predicted starting lineup!

Thanks

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Anderlecht - Dinamo Zagreb

Dinamo had a great first match in their EL group and their domestic form is pretty good too. Anderlecht somehow managed to lose at Spartak Trnava, despite having a few decent chances. The Belgians are sitting 3rd in their domestic league, a few points behind Brugge and Genk already, having scored only 2 goals in their last 5 matches.

I've taken AH +0 on Dinamo Zagreb, I believe they are generally at the same level as Anderlecht and the mini-crisis at Anderlecht may cancel the advantage of playing at home (and they might be pressure for the home side to win to keep chances of progressing from the EL group). Odds 2.35 at pinnacle, 2.3 at bet365.

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Just now, cluelessG said:

Anderlecht - Dinamo Zagreb

Dinamo had a great first match in their EL group and their domestic form is pretty good too. Anderlecht somehow managed to lose at Spartak Trnava, despite having a few decent chances. The Belgians are sitting 3rd in their domestic league, a few points behind Brugge and Genk already, having scored only 2 goals in their last 5 matches.

I've taken AH +0 on Dinamo Zagreb, I believe they are generally at the same level as Anderlecht and the mini-crisis at Anderlecht may cancel the advantage of playing at home (and they might be pressure for the home side to win to keep chances of progressing from the EL group). Odds 2.35 at pinnacle, 2.3 at bet365.

Agree

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2 minutes ago, allthethings said:

In the early matches I'm on Rosenborg-RB Leipzig X @ 4.00. I will be on RB Salzburg-Celtic X @ ridiculously good odds of 4.35 only if money starts to flow in to Celtic. As things stand now (6.01), they fall out of my system.

 

I have a feeling that money is flowing the other way - to Salzburg. If Celtic try to attack and leave spaces at the back - they might be in for a humiliating loss. Salzburg looked very lively at under-strength Leipzig two weeks ago.

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1 hour ago, cluelessG said:

I have a feeling that money is flowing the other way - to Salzburg. If Celtic try to attack and leave spaces at the back - they might be in for a humiliating loss. Salzburg looked very lively at under-strength Leipzig two weeks ago.

The money did flow the other way, to 6.07, making it a no-play for me. I'm wondering whether Salzburg to score two is a good halftime bet, as they have been dominant. Though Celtic had one pulled back for offside.

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By the way, there are many huge away dogs looking to get a result here, which would be quite shocking as something like 90% of the dogs of over 8.00 lose in this round. AEK, Dudelange, Olympiakos, Trnava. Celtic taking something here would be a big upset as well.

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