Betting Tips

8/1 European Goals Acca: Thursday 7th April

We’re getting towards the business end of the Europa & Conference Leagues and with eight great matches to look forward to there’s more than enough ammo for a Thursday night goals acca. 

And that’s what we’re going for this evening and tonight’s four-fold comes in at 8/1. 

  • Leipzig v Atalanta – Over 2.5 Goals
  • Frankfurt v Barcelona – Over 2.5 Goals
  • Leicester v PSV – Over 2.5 Goals
  • Bodo/Glimt v Roma – Over 2.5 Goals


European Goals Acca Betting Tips:

Leipzig v Atalanta – Over 2.5 Goals

Both of these sides are popular when it comes to betting on overs and a look at their form gives a clear indication as to why.  

The last three Leipzig games have seen 12 goals, while five of Atalanta’s six European away games this campaign have seen over 2.5 goals. 

With no away goals rule, this should be an open affair from the off. 

Frankfurt v Barcelona – Over 2.5 Goals

Frankfurt have found the net in seven of their eight Europa League games this season, but they’ve kept just one clean sheet in that time. 

And that isn’t the defensive form you want against a Barca side that has scored four goals in five of their last nine outings, although we think Eintracht will cause the Catalans a few problems at the back tonight. 

Leicester v PSV – Over 2.5 Goals

Leicester tend to put on a show at home and have scored in each of their last 12 games at the King Power, scoring at least twice in nine of those matches. 

And Dutch side PSV love a goal themselves, having notched 20 in their last six games, and with the hosts not quite at their best defensively this season, this one should be a cracker. 

Bodo/Glimt v Roma – Over 2.5 Goals

These two meet once again in the quarter-finals of the Europa Conference League, having already collided in the group stages of the competition.

And they served up plenty of goals in those two encounters, with a 2-2 draw in Rome coming after the Norwegian side shocked the continent with a 6-1 thrashing of Jose Mourinho’s side in October. 

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