Europa League: Hull win central to 10/1 fivefold accumulator
Qualification for this year’s Europa League steps up a gear this week with the likes of Lyon, PSV and Real Sociedad joining the action.
With 29 matches set to be played there is plenty of betting opportunities and to help Ladbrokes News have come up with a 10/1 fivefold accumulator.
Hull City feature alongside Lyon, Torino, Krasnodor and Club Brugge and for those staking £10 you could be quids in with returns of £98.50 should all five selections come good.
Hull City take their first step into European football with a trip to Slovakian side Trencin.
Steve Bruce’s side, who qualified for the competition with their run to last season’s FA Cup final, will be determined to start their season with a bang, marking their first competitive fixture outside the UK with a win.
Lyon have enjoyed victories over Copenhagen and Shakhtar Donetsk in pre-season while a draw with reigning Europa League champions Sevilla will have boosted confidence.
A trip to face Czech Republic side Mlada Boleslav will hold no fears for Hubert Fournier’s side, with the Frenchmen expected to pick up victory.
It’s been over two decades since Torino have been in European action and Il Toro will be determined to return in style against Brommapojkarna.
The Swedish side have been very impressive at home so far in the competition but BP, who find themselves bottom of the Allsvenskan, will hold no fears for the Italians.
Krasnodor were in fine form in the last round scoring nine goals over two legs against Sillamae Kalev and will be hoping for much of the same against Diosgyori.
The Hungarian side have one just one of their last three matches at home and will struggle to cope with the firepower of the Russians. Away win.
In the last 10 matches at Jan Breydelstadion only Anderlecht have tasted victory. That is the size of the task awaiting Brøndby when they take on Club Brugge in the Europa League.
In their first taste of the competition since 2010 the Danes will be sure to give it everything but Michel Preud’homme’s side will be a difficult proposition in Bruges.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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