Weekly Accumulator – Fulham to lead 199/1 Europa League multiple

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Fulham may have been one of the teams to have let down our last weekly accumulator when they failed to win their second meeting with Faroe Islands minnows Runavik in the Europa League, but we are not expecting lightning to strike twice.

Martin Jol’s team lead 3-1 from the first leg of their second qualifying round duel with Crusaders and should have little trouble defeating the Northern Irish outfit back at Craven Cottage.

Fulham are one of our bankers at 1/33 in the Europa League odds and although this offers little value, there is plenty around elsewhere in the market.

Westerlo and Anorthosis both dominated their first-leg encounters and should win comfortably again in their respective matches with TPS and Gagra.

They potentially offer the best Europa League value, with Westerlo 1/3 to triumph at home in Belgium and former Champions League side Anorthosis 2/5 to beat Gagra in Georgia.

Meanwhile, Jablonec face a Flamurtari side that failed to have a single shot on target in the first leg.

Bankers
Fulham to beat Crusaders @ 1/33
Rabotnicki to beat Juvenes/Dogana @ 1/33
Vorskla Poltava to beat Glentoran @ 1/12
Austria Vienna to beat Rudar Pljevlja @ 1/10
Red Bull Salzburg to beat Liepajas Metalurgs@ 1/10
Karabakh to beat EB Streymur @ 1/10
Den Haag vs Tauras @ 1/10
FC Midtjylland to beat New Saints @ 1/8
Dinamo Tbilisi to beat Llanelli @ 1/8
Elfsborg to beat Suduva @ 1/7
Jablonec to beat Flamurtari @ 1/5
Gaziantepspor to beat FC Minsk @ 2/7
Westerlo to beat TPS @ 1/3
Anorthosis to beat Gagra @ 2/5
Aktobe to beat Kecskemet @ 1/2

Tight calls
Valerenga to beat Mika @ 4/6
Maccabi Tel Aviv to beat @ Khazar Lenkoran @ 8/11
Olimpija Ljubljana to beat Bohemians @ 6/4
FC Honka to beat Hacken @ 13/8

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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.