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10/1 Thursday Goal Acca: Thursday March 17

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The Thursday European competitions are really starting to heat up now as sides look to earn their spots in the quarter finals of both the Europa League and its Conference counterpart. We also have ourselves a solitary game in the Premier League. 

We’re on the lookout for goals and are going for a pre-weekend treble that comes in at 10/1.

  • Over 1.5 Newcastle Goals v Everton
  • Over 1.5 Bayer Leverkusen Goals v Atalanta
  • Over 1.5 Red Star Belgrade Goals v Rangers


10/1 Goal Acca Betting Tips:

Over 1.5 Newcastle Goals v Everton

We used to associate Newcastle with a lack of goals, but despite drawing a blank last time out against Chelsea, they’d actually been finding the net with surprising regularity!

Eddie Howe’s side scored at least twice in the three games previous to their trip to Stamford Bridge, while Everton have kept just one clean sheet in their last 15 Premier League games. 

And finally, Newcastle have scored twice or more in five of their last six meetings with the Toffees. At 2/1 outright, this screams “value”. 

Over 1.5 Bayer Leverkusen Goals v Atalanta

Leverkusen have a 3-2 deficit to address in the home leg of their Europa League tie and will be confident of finding the net at the BayArena. 

The Germans failed to score at home to Cologne at the weekend, but prior to that, they scored 26 goals in their previous six games in their backyard. 

Atalanta’s defensive record in Europe is pretty shaky too, so this one has a great chance. 

Over 1.5 Red Star Belgrade Goals v Rangers

They may be 3-0 down from the first leg but Red Star were unlucky in front of goal at Ibrox, missing a penalty and having a couple of goals disallowed.

The result last week means they simply have to throw caution to the wind in Serbia and if they score first, we’re likely to see waves of pressure on the Rangers goal as they look to protect their place in the last eight. 

Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.