Betting Tips

14/1 Acca of the Day: Thursday September 16

The thrills and spills of the Europa League are back this Thursday night, as 32 sides begin their journey towards May’s final in Seville.

We’ve plucked out a lovely 14/1 Acca of the Day:

  • Leicester City v Napoli – Over 2.5 goals
  • Real Betis to beat Celtic
  • Lokomotiv Moscow v Marseille – Score Draw

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Thursday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Leicester v Napoli – Over 2.5 goals

Napoli are full of beans under Luciano Spalletti.

They’ve scored in their last 27 outings and have only tasted defeat in one of their last 10 away matches, winning nine.

Leicester have a few defensive problems as the injuries mount and we can see a goal-fest inside the King Power.

Real Betis to beat Celtic

Celtic have only won one of their last six away matches and are still finding their rhythm under Ange Postecoglou.

Real Betis look solid under Manuel Pellegrini and the Spaniards have a solid array of attacking options at their disposal.

The Hoops have had a few disappointing performances on the road in Europe – a home win looks likely here.

Lokomotiv Moscow v Marseille – Score Draw

Marseille have gone 13 unbeaten in all competitions.

A trip to Russia can often be a daunting prospect in European competition and the hosts are enjoying some good form.

Lokomotive Moscow are unbeaten in their last four home matches but have failed to keep a clean sheet in three of them.

A score draw is priced generously.

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