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Europa League Predictions > Nov 29th

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding Europa League

Dudelange have scored 2 goals or more in each of their last 3 matches.
Astana have been undefeated in their last 17 home matches.
75% of Dynamo Kiev's matches had under 2.5 goals in total.
Slavia Prague have scored in each of their last 11 matches.
Malmoe FF have scored 2 goals or more in each of their last 3 matches.
Bordeaux have failed to score in 43% of their home matches.
Rapid Wien have scored 67% of their goals in the first half.

You can find interesting 91 Football Betting Streaks for 29.11.2018 on this link ... https://eurofootballrumours.com/football-facts-and-streaks-29-11-2018-12205

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RB Salzburg v RB Leipzig

RB Salzburg: Reinhold Yabo (9/1 m), Patrick Farkas (0/0 d), Jasper van der Werff (4/0 d), Kilian Ludewig (0/0 f), Amadou Haidara (12/2 m)

RB Leipzig: Dayot Upamecano (8/0 d), Marcel Sabitzer (11/2 m)(both doubtful), Kevin Kampl (11/1 m), Emil Forsberg (6/1 m)

 

Standard Liège v Sevilla FC

Standard Liège: Marin (15/1 m), Cimirot (14/0 m), Bastien (10/1 m), Emond (15/5 f, top scorer)(all doubtful), Cavanda (12/0 d), Bokadi (0/0 m)

Sevilla FC: Sergi Gómez (13/0 d, suspended), Jesús Navas (12/0 m), Gonalons (3/0 m), Nolito (2/0 f)

 

Rangers FC v Villarreal CF

Rangers FC: Ryan Kent (10/3 m), Borna Barišić (5/0 d), Graham Dorrans (1/0 m), Jamie Murphy (2/0 f)

Villarreal CF: Víctor Ruiz (8/0 d), Miguel Layún (6/0 d), Javi Fuego (0/0 m), Bruno Soriano (0/0 m)

 

Girondins Bordeaux v Slavia Praha

Girondins Bordeaux: Bašić (3/0 m, unavailable), Briand (12/2 f), Lewczuk (4/0 d), Mandanda (0/0 g), Prior (0/0 g), Poundjé (10/0 d), Otávio (9/0 d)

Slavia Praha: Pokorný (2/0 d), Tecl (9/3 f), Hromada (0/0 m), Van Buren (0/0 f), Alvir (0/0 m)

 

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Everything can be judged by the Eidracht Frankfurt and Marseille Group, but this pair is that we need to offer the best possible spectacle. Especially the Germans who have been playing ball lately, while Marseille, who has been banned, has nothing to lose anymore. The two teams score with comfort throughout the season, while defensively they are not the most stable of the world. An end early will open even more pace
EINTRACHT FRANKFURT vs OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE @@ +2.50 Over, odds 1.60

In the Scottish match we have the molded Rangers to welcome the "yellow submarine" in one of the most ambitious matches of the night. With the image of the two teams last to score both teams seems likely
GLASGOW RANGERS vs CF VILLARREAL @@ Both team to score, odds 1.60

All eyes will be on London, so PAOK has to show that it is a team that deserves to compete in the Europa League. Chelsea is indifferent and will be lined up with many changes in its composition. PAOK will give it all and I do not think he will be loser by hand, he will fight a lot, so the double with a +2 goal handicap
CHELSEA FC vs PAOK THESSALONIKI @@+2.00 Ah PAOK THESSALONIKI, odds 1.85

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Vorskla Poltava vs Arsenal

The Europa League group phase continues this week with Premier League side Arsenal travelling out to the Ukraine to play Vorskla Poltava at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev for this 5:55pm kick-off. The Gunners have already qualified for the last 32 so it makes their odds of winning this game a little riskier than usual because of the potential changes they may make.

Vorskla Poltava have only won 1 of their 4 group matches so far and that was a 1-0 win away to FK Qarabag in Azerbaijan. A win here would still unlikely be enough to progress with Sporting CP expected to beat FK Qarabag to seal their place in the next round but they won't want to go out without a fight.

Arsenal have named several academy players in their squad for this game. The likes of Mesut Ozil, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Lucas Torreira haven't even travelled with the squad. They are replaced by the less well-known names of youth players Zach Medley, Charlie Gilmour, and Dejan Iliev.

Security concerns after the recent clashes between Russia and Ukraine at sea have meant that this game has been moved from Poltava to Kiev. How much will this unsettle the designated home team? I suppose at least they don't have to fly thousands of miles to get to the game!

The Gunners won't come into this game completely inexperienced. Old heads such as Petr Cech and Henrikh Mkhitaryan should be involved. However, they still suffer from a lengthy injury list with Nacho Monreal, Laurent Koscielny, and Danny Welbeck definitely ruled out. Alexandre Lacazette and Stephan Lichtsteiner are also doubts to start.

This is a potential banana skin for Arsenal. It's the perfect storm of wholesale changes due to qualification being sealed, the opposition still fighting for something, and injuries to key players. I'm tempted to back Vorskla to get something from this game but I'm still wary that Unai Emery knows how to grind results out in Europe even with weakened line-ups. I'm going to back Vorskla with a double chance bet in a low-scoring encounter.

Vorskla Poltava Double Chance @ 2.20 with Unibet

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.80 with Bet365

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Chelsea vs PAOK

The penultimate game of Chelsea's Europa League group stage campaign is up tonight when they face Greek side PAOK in an 8pm kick-off at Stamford Bridge. The Blues have already qualified for the last 32 but PAOK still have everything to play for heading into this game.

Chelsea have been faltering lately after a 0-0 draw to Everton at home before being dismantled 3-1 by Tottenham away. Maurizio Sarri's team are still top of Group L in this competition and it could well be a great opportunity for the manager to field a strong side and get his team back to winning ways. On the other hand, it could be a chance for fringe players to prove themselves and stake a claim for a first team spot on the weekend.

PAOK are flying high in the Greek Super League this season. Razvan Lucescu's side have won 10 of their 11 league matches so far. Having drawn the remaining game they are top of the league and 5 points clear of 2nd placed Atromitos. Unfortunately, it's not quite so positive in this competition with just 1 win, a 4-1 victory away to BATE Borisov, and 3 losses so far.

I am struggling to see beyond a Chelsea win here. PAOK made it difficult for Sarri's men out in Greece in the opening game with the Blues securing a tight 1-0 win courtesy of Willian's 7th minute strike. I can see Sarri making a few changes but generally he'll want to keep a base of consistency and avoid dropped points in a third competitive game in a row.

PAOK have been a team that are hard to beat in the Europa League but still get beat. If MOL Vidi get a point away to BATE Borisov then defeat here will leave PAOK eliminated. So they have plenty to play for here but it's too tall an order to come and get the win. The draw is a possibility but I think Chelsea will be too strong.

Chelsea HT/FT @ 1.95 with BetStars

Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.68 with MarathonBet

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