Betting Tips

6/1 Acca of the Day: Thursday July 15

It may not be UEFA’s most glamorous knockout competition but we’re still expecting plenty of thrills and spills in the Europa Conference League as teams look to scrap for a regular Thursday night slot in the Europa League. 

And we’re feeling lucky with this 6/1 treble. 

  • Levadia Tallinn to beat St Joseph’s
  • Both teams to score between Bohemians and Stjarnen 
  • Velez Mostar to beat Coleraine

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Thursday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Levadia Tallinn to beat St Joseph’s

Levadia won the first leg 3-1 last week in Estonia and we fancy them to have way too much for their Gibraltarian opponents once again here. 

The visitors have also won 11 of their last 12 games so come into this one in decent nick at the top of their domestic league. 

Both teams to score between Bohemians & Stjarnen 

These two drew a tense first leg 1-1 in Iceland and the formbook suggests that both sides shouldn’t have too much trouble finding the net once again. 

Irishmen Bohemians have only failed to score in one of their last 12 home games, while Stjarnen’s last eight matches have seen both sides score. 

Velez Mostar to beat Coleraine

The Bosnian side overcame Coleraine 2-1 in the first leg and will be a tough nut to crack thanks to a run of just one defeat in their last 23 games. 

And we’re not quite convinced the Northern Irish outfit have enough quality to overcome the deficit and they had a patchy run at home at the backend of last season that saw them win just one of their last five. 

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