You can back these three Europa League tips from Andrew Delaney on Thursday 26th November at 7/1, including Spurs, the Serbian champions and early high-flyers from La Liga on full-time result, HT/FT and win to nil markets.
Europa League – Gent vs Red Star Belgrade [17:55 GMT]
The Serbian champions are one of the form teams in the Europa League, winning their last six across all competitions, scoring 20 goals. That fine run includes two wins in this competition, a 5-1 win over Slovan Liberec and a 2-1 win in the reverse fixture against their next opponents, Gent, both at home at their infamous Rajko Mitic Stadium. Their only defeat this season came against Hoffenheim in this group, but the German side appear to be a class above the rest in Group L.
Red Star will meet a side who are having a torrid season after losing top scorer Jonathan David over the summer. The team’s performances have fallen off massively, losing eight of their last 12, including all three group games in this competition, without the Canadian who joined Lille in August. Despite a win at the weekend, the Belgian side sits tenth after 13 games in the Pro League.
Europa League – Granada vs Omonia Nicosia [20:00 GMT]
After their entire squad was forced to self isolate following their trip to Cyprus for the reverse fixture against Omonia, Granada will be back to full strength for the visit of Group E’s bottom side. Granada’s encounters have been relatively low scoring, seeing just five goals in three games so far, and their trip to Cyprus saw them win to nil against an Omonia side who came into the competition as bottom seeds and big outsiders to progress.
The Cypriot champions are in awful form too, having not won in seven (3D, 4L), failing to score in four games. Besides this, Granada have kept a clean sheet in 50% of their matches this season in all competitions, including four in six European encounters.
Europa League – Tottenham Hotspur vs Ludogorets Razgrad [20:00 GMT]
Since an opening day defeat to Everton, Spurs have been in imperious form, winning 12 of their last 15 games, with the only blip coming away to Antwerp after Jose Mourinho’s rung the chances to his starting lineup. Their trip to Bulgaria three weeks ago saw them record a comfortable 3-1 win over Ludogorets as they gave Harry Kane a first start in the group stage, getting on the scoresheet in the process.
Spurs also love to fill their boots when facing sides from lesser European leagues at home, scoring an average of 3.1 goals per game against teams outside the top-five leagues in the group stage of UEFA competitions. Ludogorets have lost all three Europa League group games so far and have been two goals down at halftime in their last two against LASK and the reverse tie with Spurs.
*Odds as of time of writing (Wednesday 25th November 2020) and subject to change
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