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Europa League Predictions > Aug 13th - 15th

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The second leg matches of the Europa League 3rd Qualifying Round are coming up this week. The action is spread over three days so have a look through the odds shown above and let us know what bets you're backing this week. :ok

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F91 Dudelange are a club on the up in europe,as they've carried on last seasons good work in dumping out Legia Warsaw and FC Cluj.Already 3-1 up from the first leg against the Estonian side,should have enough in hand to finish the job off.

1.66 - Dudelange DNB.

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding UEFA Europa League

Legia Warszawa have kept a clean sheet in their last 5 matches in UEFA Europa League.
Vitoria de Guimaraes have kept a clean sheet in their last 3 matches in UEFA Europa League.
Legia Warszawa are undefeated in their last 6 matches in UEFA Europa League.

You can find interesting 26 Football Betting Streaks for 14.08.2019 on this link ... https://eurofootballrumours.com/football-facts-and-streaks-14-08-2019-15218

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding UEFA Europa League

There have been over 2.5 goals scored in FK Sarajevo’s last 12 games (UEFA Europa League).
AEK Athens are undefeated in their last 11 matches (UEFA Europa League).
TNS have lost their last 3 matches (UEFA Europa League).
Torino have won with at least a 3 goal margin in their last 3 matches (UEFA Europa League).
Partizan Belgrade have won their last 3 matches (UEFA Europa League).

You can find interesting 43 Football Betting Streaks for 15.08.2019 on this link ... https://eurofootballrumours.com/football-facts-and-streaks-15-08-2019-15221

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Eintracht Frankfurt vs FC Vaduz

Eintracht Frankfurt

Doubtful: Sebastian Rode (12/0 m, probably in), Frederik Rönnow (2/0 g), Taleb Tawatha (3/0 d)

Out (injuries/other): Djibril Sow (m, newcomer)

Suspended: -

(players stats are from last season)

(Eintracht head coach Adolf Hütter could rest some of his key players)

 

FC Vaduz

Doubtful: Milan Gajić (3/2 m, top scorer), Manuel Sutter (3/1 f)

Out (injuries/other): Manuel Mikus (0/0 d), Christopher Drazan (0/0 m), Gabriel Lüchinger (0/0 m)

Suspended: -

 

Rangers FC vs FC Midtjylland

Rangers FC

Doubtful: Glen Kamara (0/0 m)

Out (injuries/other): Graham Dorrans (0/0 m), Jamie Murphy (0/0 f)

Suspended:

 

FC Midtjylland

Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Paulinho (2/0 d), Jakob Poulsen (1/0 m), Marc Dal Hende (0/0 d), Zsolt Korcsmár (0/0 d), Mayron George (0/0 f), Paul Onuachu (0/0 f, last season top scorer)

Suspended: -

 

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Valletta vs Astana (Europa League)

 

Valletta did well versus Ferencvaros at home in the previous Europa League round when they managed to hold Hungarian champions to 1:1 in the capital of Malta. However, that game had a different background since Valletta had some chances of passing further in the Champions League. Today's game has a completely different background since Astana showed to be serious about this at home with a convincing 5:1 win. Valletta goalkeeper Bonello helped his team not to concede six or seven goals in Kazakhstan. Hosts will again miss defender Caruana (23/2 last season stats), attackers Malano(26/3) and Kaljevic(19/11). Now, Astana travels 6000 km but they are not travelling without winning ambitions. The club aims to improve results away from home, to improve the reputation and coefficient in European games with beating lower-profile opponents. The ideal schedule for Astana since their next league game is in 10 days (next round Europa league is on upcoming Thursday).

 

https://www.insidesport.info/betting-picks/free-pick--valletta-vs-astana-/782

Edited by Dellpierro

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TNS vs Ludogorets Razgrad

OK, so the first preview of this 3rd Qualifying Round 2nd Leg phase of the Europa League might be a dead rubber now but that means it could offer some value. It's Welsh Premier League champions TNS taking on Bulgarian national league title holders Ludogorets Razgrad in a 6:30pm BST kick-off at the Park Hall Stadium in Oswestry with the away side in this game holding a 5-0 lead over their hosts.

TNS have been the dominant team in Welsh football for a while now and even though they've done well to remain in European competition up to this stage it now looks like their continental journey is set to draw to an anti-climactic conclusion tonight. Scott Ruscoe's men have a near impossible to turn this tie around so it'll simply be a case of trying to salvage some respect by winning the match on the night.

Ludogorets Razgrad continue to lead the way in Bulgarian football and their impressive home win in the first leg last week did all the necessary hard work. Stoycho Stoev will want a repeat display from his lads in this game. The club is top of their domestic league after 5 games so far and they've already sealed the Bulgarian Super Cup with a 2-0 win over Lokomotiv Plovdiv. The one area of concern is that the Bulgarian side haven't been great on the road. They've only won 1 of their 4 competitive away games this season. Winning on their travels is an unknown feeling this season in Europe.

Even though Ludogorets Razgrad have a huge lead on aggregate and may well field fringe players I still feel this is a game they will feel they should be winning. TNS don't begin their domestic season until next week so they'll be keen to go out on a high so it'll be close but I think the visiting side will have enough to sneak a win. It could be worth backing TNS to avoid getting a hammering but that's probably the best they can hope for.

Draw (TNS +1) @ 3.65 with SportPesa

BTTS @ 1.87 with Marathonbet

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Wolves vs Pyunik

Right, so I was a bit off on this one last week. I didn't anticipate that Nuno Santo would take most of his first team all the way out to Armenia just a few days before their opening Premier League game of the season! Anyway, it's the second leg now so a chance of redemption. Premier League Wolves this time play host to Armenian club Pyunik in this 7:45pm kick-off at Molineux tonight.

Wolves continue to progress well under the managerial guidance of Santo. The former Portuguese goalkeeper has bolstered his squad that qualified for the Europa League last season through their league position with the likes of Patrick Cutrone, Jesus Vallejo, and the permanent signings of Raul Jimenez and Leander Dendoncker. A convincing 4-0 win in the first leg has put them in a great position to progress here. The 0-0 draw with Leicester on Sunday was disappointing because the Wanderers were denied a goal controversially by VAR that would have given them all 3 points.

Pyunik will be disappointed they couldn't take something from their first leg at home. Aleksandr Tarkhanov was probably hoping, like me, that Wolves would send a largely fringe squad out for the first leg and look to repair any damage caused in the second leg at home. This game is now a formality and it's unlikely Santo will take any risks here either so it could be another tough night for the Armenians.

On the one hand, I'm expecting Wolves to field a strong side and keep momentum going as they head into this weekend's games. On the other hand, I'm anticipating some changes because the club is 4-0 up. Whoever Santo sends out to play in this game I wasn't very impressed by Pyunik at home so I think they'll struggle away. I can see Wolves winning by a couple of goals at least and keeping a clean sheet during the process.

Pyunik +4 @ 1.80 with Betway

Patrick Cutrone to score 2 or more goals @ 4.00 with Blacktype

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding UEFA Europa League

Suduva have won their last 4 matches (UEFA Europa League).
There have been under 2.5 goals scored in AEK Athens’s last 5 games (UEFA Europa League).
Vitoria de Guimaraes have scored at least 3 goals in their last 3 matches (UEFA Europa League).
Wolves have won their last 4 matches (UEFA Europa League).
AEK Athens have drawn 89% of their last 9 matches (UEFA Europa League).

You can find interesting 60 Football Betting Streaks for 22.08.2019 on this link ... https://eurofootballrumours.com/football-facts-and-streaks-22-08-2019-15324

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