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Europa League Accumulator: Birmingham to lose in Belgium

| 20.10.2011

The Europe League is now in full swing with all teams now playing their third group games and we believe we have found eight correct results that pays 60/1 when put in an accumulator.

Leading the way is Club Bruges winning their home game with Championship club Birmingham to extend their winning start in the competition to three games and putting them firmly in control in Group H.

Club Bruges have triumphed in 16 of their 19 home games in all competitions in 2011 and have avoided defeat in the other three, while they have also won away to last year’s beaten finalists Braga in the competition this season.

Rennes are another team strong at home and realistically require a victory to keep alive their chances of progressing in the top two from Group I.

They host a Celtic team who are still to win in Europe away from home under the guidance of Neil Lennon and are in poor domestic form, having failed to beat Hearts and Kilmarnock in their most recent fixtures.

The biggest price of our Europa League accumulator is Lazio to win their away encounter with FC Zurich and the Italian giants need to buck their ideas up if they want to qualify for the knockout rounds, as they have taken just one point from their first two games.

Therefore, there is every chance that they will pick a stronger side in order to secure a first ever success in Switzerland.

Elsewhere, Lokomotiv Moscow, Dutch table-toppers AZ Alkmaar, Standard Liege, Schalke and Braga are all expected to win their respective Europa League games.

Europa League selections
AZ Alkmaar to beat Austria Vienna @ 2/5
Lokomotiv Moscow to beat AEK Athens @ 2/5
Club Bruges to beat Birmingham @ 8/11
Rennes to beat Celtic @ 8/13
Standard Liege to beat Vorskla Poltava @ 8/13
Schalke to beat Larnaca @ 4/6
Braga to beat Maribor @ 5/6
Lazio to beat FC Zurich @ 6/5



Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.