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Europa league
06-11-2014, 01:40 PM (This post was last modified: 07-11-2014 12:36 AM by sunderland.)
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Europa league
thurs 6th
not a great fan on europa league as current form is not reliable as you can see last night results but with no other football on I'm having a single on

group a
asian h/cap

limmasol v borusia mgladbach

boursia -1 at 21/20
bet placed.Goal
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06-11-2014, 01:52 PM (This post was last modified: 07-11-2014 12:36 AM by sunderland.)
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RE: Europa league
nov 6th
Everton v lille
Everton are slowly starting to find their best form and a big reason for that is the return from injury of Ross Barkley. He is expected to start here while Samuel Eto’o could lead the line again. Roberto Martinez may be forced to play his strongest side in this game. Sylvain Distin’s return has shored them up at the back.

Lille go into this match in wretched form. They haven’t won in their last six and are struggling like crazy to score goals. Divock Origi will get his first taste of action in Merseyside ahead of playing for Liverpool next season and he’ll be hoping to impress his next employers

Lille can’t buy a win at the minute and they have big problems in front of goal so it is hard to see a way they can win this match. Everton are a comfortable side on their own patch and should be able to get men forward and find a big win here.

Everton to win 5/6 Goal
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06-11-2014, 10:39 PM
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RE: Europa league
3-0 followed you in......easy money cheers Sunderland
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07-11-2014, 12:40 AM
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RE: Europa league
Cheers
My single bets this year have. Now doubled and I am happy doing singles
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27-11-2014, 10:17 AM
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RE: Europa league
27th nov

Teams to consider in there groups.there are other permutations also to consider here are the ones i am considering,

GROUP A= Villarreal will qualify with a win at home to Mönchengladbach, a draw will be enough if Zürich-Apollon is also a draw.
GROUP B=• Club Brugge will win the group with a victory at Torino; a draw will clinch qualification if HJK do not win at home to FCK.
GROUP C=• Tottenham will qualify by beating Partizan; a draw or defeat will also be enough if Asteras fail to win at home to Beşiktaş.
GROUP D=• Success at home to Salzburg will take Celtic through, as will a draw or defeat if Dinamo fail to win at Astra.
GROUP E=• PSV will qualify with a victory or draw at Estoril.
Estoril must beat PSV to remain in the qualifying chase.
GROUP F=• Internazionale require a win at home to Dnipro to secure first place in the group; a draw will make sure of qualification
GROUP G=• Sevilla need a win at Feyenoord to advance as group winners; a draw will also take them through if the Rijeka fail to beat Standard.
GROUP H=• A victory at Wolfsburg will assure Everton of qualifying as group winners; a draw will also guarantee their progress, as will a defeat if there is no winner in the Krasnodar-LOSC match.
Wolfsburg will go through with success against Everton; likewise with a draw if LOSC fail to win at Krasnodar.
GROUP I=• For Sparta, a home victory against Napoli will only ensure qualification if Young Boys fail to win at Slovan; a draw will suffice if Young Boys lose.
GROUp j=A win at AaB will send Steaua through.
GROUP K=• A victory against Fiorentina will guarantee Guingamp advance if PAOK fail to win at Dinamo Minsk; a draw will also do if PAOK go down to Dinamo.
GROUP L=• Trabzonspor will qualify with a success against Metalist; a draw will also be enough if Lokeren are unable to overcome Legia.
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27-11-2014, 10:26 AM
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RE: Europa league
celtic v Red Bull Salzburg | Thursday 27th

Ronny Delia’s side seem to be improving as the campaign progresses so the tide may have turned. Looking at the odds for this game, they seem to be underrated.To see Celtic as big as 19/10 at home against a similar calibre side has surprised me. Europa League record. They find themselves on the cusp of qualifying for the Last 32 and sit five points clear of third place Dinamo Zagreb. They’re unbeaten, have won both their home matches so far and drawn their away ties. Pretty solid performances.
Overall, they’ve lost just one game in 15 and have won 10 out of their last 12 encounters. Yes, Ronny Delia is starting to settle in at Parkhead.

Their opponents, Red Bull Salzburg, have already qualified for the knockout stage after winning three of their four matches. Their only dropped points were at home to Celtic in September. As it was the Scottish referendum that night, perhaps the bookmakers have forgotten about Celtic’s draw? It’s also worth pointing out that Salzburg face league title rivals RZ Pellets WAC on Sunday.

home win 19/10 for me
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27-11-2014, 01:04 PM
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RE: Europa league
That looks good value Sundie, hope Celtic oblige Thumbs
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