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Football Facts and Streaks regarding Europa League

Benfica have conceded at least 2 goals in their last 3 matches in Europa League.
Wolves have scored at least 3 goals in their last 3 matches in Europa League.
There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Copenhagen’s last 8 games in Europa League.
Ajax have lost their last 5 matches in Europa League.
Man Utd are undefeated in 94% of their last 18 matches in Europa League.
There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Cluj’s last 6 games in Europa League.
Getafe have kept a clean sheet in their last 3 matches in Europa League.

You can find interesting 29 Football Betting Streaks for 27.02.2020 on this link ... https://eurofootballrumours.com/football-facts-and-streaks-27-02-2020-17921

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LASK Linz vs AZ Alkmaar


Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): -

Suspended: -


AZ Alkmaar

Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Stijn Wuytens (21/0 d), Ron Vlaar (10/2 d), Pantelis Hatzidiakos (11/1 d), Albert Gudmundsson (4/0 f)

Suspended: -



RB Salzburg vs Eintracht Frankfurt

RB Salzburg


Out (injuries/other): Rasmus Kristensen (9/0 d), Philipp Köhn (0/0 g)



Eintracht Frankfurt


Out (injuries/other): Bas Dost (14/5 f), Mijat Gacinovic (14/0 m), Gelson Fernandes (9/0 m), Lucas Torró (3/0 m), Marco Russ (0/0 d)



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Arsenal certainly has the first floor, especially at home, but Olympiacos can fight it. I expect an open game, with goals from both teams. Olympiacos must attack in order to have hope. Defensively, both teams are vulnerable, while Olympiacos is missing the important Semedo. I'll bet on many goals
ARSENAL FC vs OLYMPIACOS PIRAEUS @@ +2.50 Over, odds 1.73

I give Leverkusen a slight lead, which makes more convincing appearances lately and the momentum favors it. But I cannot deny Porto's mighty headquarters. I think the doubleton will be easily or hardly confirmed.
FC PORTO vs BAYER 04 LEVERKUSEN @@ Both team to score, odds 1.55

Wolves is a much better team, just today it will confirm the qualification, today it can double its winnings, Wolves' win is great value

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Espanyol vs Wolves

The Europa League last 32 second legs are up tonight. Rangers got proceedings underway with an impressive away win against Braga last night. Wolves will be hoping to join their British neighbours in the next round by sealing an aggregate win against Espanyol in this 5:55pm GMT kick-off at the RCDE Stadium in Cornella de Liobregat. The away side hold a 4-0 lead after the first leg from last week.

Espanyol remain the club that sit in the shadow of European giants Barcelona but head coach Abelardo will want his side to go down in a blaze of glory after last week's disappointing battering in England. The club sits bottom of La Liga and Abelardo is their third gaffer this season with David Gallego and Pablo Machin having already left their roles. Form has improved in the league under Abelardo but the result last week showed that means nothing when it comes to European competition. History can give Espanyol something to believe in with their only previous European home game against English opposition being a 5-2 victory over Birmingham in the 1961/62 Inter Cities Fairs Cup.

Wolves continue to progress at a steady rate under Nuno Santo. The Midlands club are in 8th place in the league and only 2 points off the Champions League qualification spots. Wanderers come into this match undefeated in their last six away European games and have scored 17 goals during those matches. However, their only away game in Europe against Spanish opposition was a 4-0 loss to Barcelona back in the 1959/60 European Cup. One side bet that is worth noting is that not only did Diogo Jota bag a hat-trick in the first leg but he's also now the joint top scorer in this competition with 6 goals so could be worth an anytime scorer punt.

Yes, history suggests this could be a victory for the Spanish team but I think history is history for a reason. It's a bygone era and if we're looking at the brutal facts of now then there's so much distance in the quality of these two sides. Not only that but Santo proved he's the more tactically superior manager. He'll know how even 4-0 leads can be overturned in a competition like this so he'll field a strong team and look to win the game on the night as well as over two legs.

Wolves to Win @ 2.45 with Betfair

Anytime Scorer: Diogo Jota @ 4.30 with SportNation


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Arsenal vs Olympiakos

The second preview for the last 32 second legs in the Europa League that are being played today covers the game between Premier League side Arsenal and Greek Super League club Olympiakos that's an 8pm GMT kick-off at the Emirates Stadium in London. The Gunners hold a narrow 1-0 lead from the first leg out in Greece so this tie remains finely balanced.

Arsenal are showing various signs of improvement under new manager Mikel Arteta. It's now just 1 loss from 13 competitive games for the former Arsenal midfielder. Saeed Kolasinac remains injured along with Kieran Tierney and Cedric Soares so it looks like Bukayo Saka will keep his place in the side after impressing. The 18-year old has 5 assists to his name in this competition so far and is the first English player to reach such a level since the competition was re-branded from the UEFA Cup. Arsenal come into this game knowing they have progressed from all 17 European ties where they have held a lead from the first leg.

Olympiakos might well be the dominant force in Greek football but right now they're facing elimination from Europe's second tier club competition. Manager Pedro Martins will feel his team are still in this tie despite being 1-0 down from the first leg. The Greek side don't fair very well when they've suffered defeat in their first leg when it comes to European ties. In fact, they've only progressed twice in their history under those circumstances and the last time that happened was against Chornomorets Odessa back in the 1992/93 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. To add further misery to those stats, Olympiakos have lost 10 of their last 11 away ties in European competition. That solitary win coming against Luxembourg minnows F91 Dudelange back in 2018.

Everything here is favouring a business-like Arsenal win. Arteta has come out and said he wants to do everything to maximise his team's chances of entering Europe next season whether that be through the league, FA Cup, or Europa League. Two of those options can result in Champions League football next season so even though they're 1-0 up I'm expecting a full strength Gunners side to do a solid job tonight.

Arsenal -1 @ 2.30 with SpreadEx

Arsenal HT/FT @ 2.30 with BetVictor

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