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Rijeka to slay struggling Stuttgart once again as part of 69/1 acca

| 29.08.2013

This year’s Europa League group stage line-up is set to be finalised and we’ve selected four second leg fancies for an accumulator that pays a whopping 69/1.

Stuttgart v Rijeka – Rijeka to win @ 9/1

Vedad Ibišević registered a crucial away goal for Stuttgart in their 2-1 first leg defeat but even that potentially vital consolation might not be enough to save the Bundesliga side’s blushes.

The Swabians have sacked manager Bruno Labbadia following that loss and three successive league disappointments at the start of this campaign.

By contrast Rijeka are flying high towards the top of the Croatian top flight and remain undefeated after seven games.

Besiktas v Tromso – Besiktas to win @ 1/3

Besiktas have made the perfect start to their domestic campaign, collecting a maximum six points, and they look good value to bounce back from their 2-1 loss in Norway.

If the home side follow the script then Tromso’s welcome European adventure should be ended in Istanbul. The Norwegians have notched a paltry two points from their previous eight Tippeligaen games and their league woes are likely to be compounded when they visit Turkey.

Slask Wroclaw v Sevilla – Sevilla to win @ 8/13

Wroclaw threatened to cause an upset when taking the lead against Sevilla in their first encounter.

But their brief challenge was soon checked and the Spaniards’ 4-1 rout highlighted their supremacy. On-loan Marko Marin notched a brace and if his side can quickly quell the home fans’ fervour then another routine victory could be in store.

Feyenoord v Kuban Krasnador – Kuban Krasnador to win @ 21/10

Ibrahima Balde proved to be a major irritant to the Feyenoord defence when these two sides met in Russia with tonight’s hosts lucky to escape with just a 1-0 defeat.

That solitary goal was scored by Balde and Kuban Krasnador could well complete a famous double over the two-time UEFA Cup winners.

Feyenoord have won just one of their last eight Europa League contests and despite claiming a first success of the season against NAC Breda recently, they are best opposed.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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William Geldart

William contributed to a number of online football blogs before finally finding his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow alongside the rest of the Ladbrokes News team. Now indulging passions for football, horse racing, greyhounds, boxing and political betting. Supports Wycombe Wanderers and can be spotted at various lower league and non-league grounds across the country.