Europa League accumulator: No Tottenham win but Celtic are in
Though it’s unlikely to be a popular decision with Spurs fans, this week’s Europa League accumulator sees Ladbrokes News take a break from tipping up Tottenham wins following the quite frankly woeful 1-1 draw with Besiktas at White Hart Lane.
Instead we’ve picked out PSV Eindhoven, Torino, Villarreal and Red Bull Salzburg to score maximum points this Thursday alongside a resurgent Celtic who are in action at Parkhead.
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The Bhoys bounced back from their shock 1-0 loss to Hamilton two weeks back to thump Ross County 5-0 at the weekend and make it four wins from their last five.
Dinamo Zagreb were dispatched 1-0 at Parkhead last time out in this competition and given that Astra lost 5-1 to the Croatians on Matchday One, a home win looks assured.
Four points clear at the top of the Eredivisie after back-to-back 3-0 home wins in the league, PSV will have little to fear from a Panathinaikos team languishing in mid-table mediocrity back at home.
The Greeks have lost their last two games heading into this encounter and after going down 2-0 to Estoril – a team PSV have already beaten at home – the Dutch look likely to dominate.
Everybody’s favourite energy drink-backed club are holding their own once again in the Europa League this term, having held Celtic to a draw and beaten Astra on the road.
Dinamo Zagreb went down 1-0 to the Bhoys last time out away from home in this competition and could come unstuck again having won just one of their last three played outside the Croatian capital.
The other Turin club left it late to see off Copenhagen last time out in this competition but after an impressive 1-0 victory over the in-form Udinese at the weekend, they will be confident of a win here.
HJK may dominate in Finland but they have looked out of their depth in this competition so far, as a 3-0 home loss to Club Brugge attests. The Italians must be backed to claim all three points.
With FC Zurich going down 3-2 away to Apollon in the Europa League a couple of weeks back, a trip to Spain could heap more misery on the Swiss Super League leaders.
The Yellow Submarine have torpedoed five of the seven teams to have visited Camp El Madrigal this season with the only exceptions being Barcelona and Real Madrid and have scored four in four of those victories.
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