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Europa League Accumulator: 28/1 fivefold on final group games

| 01.12.2012

The Europa League accumulator returns for the final time before the competition takes its winter hiatus and we’ve got a 28/1 fivefold for you to sink your teeth into.

Tottenham (-1) to beat Panathinaikos @ 3/4

The first selection relies on Spurs cruising at home against a Panathinaikos side who have lost their last four European away days without scoring, the last three of which all ending in 3-0 reverses.

The Greeks have to win at White Hart Lane lest they’re out so expect them to be adventurous in their set up. Should Spurs stand strong at the back, they can have a field day on the counter attack and a comfortable win should ensue.

Marseille to beat Limassol @ 5/4

Both of these sides are eliminated but Marseille demonstrated their superiority over the Cypriot minnows in a 5-1 demolition on match day two.

OM won just once in the nine games that followed that mauling, but seem to have steadied the ship with two wins from their last three and are excellently priced to pick up a third in this one against a side who are without victory in three.

Sporting to beat Videoton @ 4/5

The Hungarians pulled off the greatest result in their history when they slammed three past Sporting for no reply in the second round of group games. The scoreline masks the Portuguese clubs’ dominance of the game, however, as they enjoyed almost 75 per cent possession and had 17 attempts on goal.

Sporting are having a dreadful campaign but undoubtedly have the quality to see Videoton off, in spite of their six losses from seven games against Hungarian opposition.

The hosts have never lost a home game in the Europa League; their undefeated streak stretches an impressive 18 games. Videoton, on the other hand, have failed to score in the last two group fixtures and the same can be applied to their last three European away days.

Bordeaux to beat Newcatle @ 8/11

Newcastle are yet to win on the road all season and, with qualification assured, they have little to play for in Bordeaux.

The French club, though, do have something to prove. They have a winless record against English opposition hanging over their heads and will want to end that at home to the side that halted their 17-match unbeaten run when they met in the corresponding fixture.

Rubin to beat Partizan @ 11/10

Partizan have never beaten Russian opposition in five attempts, while Rubin come into this game as one of the competition’s form teams.

They’ve won four on the spin, including a famous victory over Inter on match day five. The Serbs, on the other hand, are without a win in 11 group-stage games in European competition – a run that dates back to December 2009.

All odds and markets accurate as of publication’s time and date



James Middleton