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Europa League betting tips: 5 best bets for the games on November 8

Ben Darvill 6 Nov 2018
Danny Welbeck of Arsenal (credit: David Ramos/Getty Images)

Europa League betting tips: 5 best bets for the games on November 8. Read on for our 5 best bets for the Europa League this weekend including bets on games involving Arsenal, Chelsea and Rangers. 


Spartak Moscow vs Rangers (15:55 GMT) 


Spartak Moscow have not been convincing at all this season as their Europa League campaign is yet to see the side claim a win after a loss and two draws. In the league meanwhile, they have not won in their last three, while they have only one win in their last seven along with four defeats and two draws. Rangers meanwhile are unbeaten in the Europa League and sit at the top of their group on goal difference. Steven Gerrard has made his side very tough to beat this season, and they come into this on the back of a four game unbeaten run in the league. While Rangers do offer very good value in the match winner market, we are not overly convinced they will win away from home, and the fact they are looking better of late is because they are not losing as many games, they are picking up points from these games instead. Therefore, we feel that backing them in the Draw No Bet makes offers good value and protection for your bet.




BATE Borisov vs Chelsea (17:55 GMT)


BATE Borisov take on Chelsea in their fourth match of the Europa League campaign as they look to make up some ground on the English side, who currently sit at the top of Group L, with their six point lead a commanding one. BATE’s last game was a 3-1 loss to Chelsea, with the side unable to play a game to get themselves back to winning ways, meaning that rustiness could be a factor, especially in the early-stages of this one. The Blues by contrast have won three games in this time, with victories over Burnley, Derby and Crystal Palace seeing them come into this one in good form. In fact, the Blues have scored 10 goals in their last three games as they really begin to open up under Maurizio Sarri, and one man that has started to show his ability is Alvaro Morata, who netted two against Palace in a very impressive display. With this in mind, we feel Sarri is unlikely to completely snub Morata in the match, and the striker will be desperate to maintain his scoring run, meaning we are backing him to get on the scoresheet once again. 




Akhisar Belediye vs Sevilla (17:55 GMT)


Akhisar Belediye are looking to bounce back from their last Europa League clash with Sevilla in which they were blown away in a 6-0 loss. Since then, the side have beaten Goztepe SK 1-0 before drawing their next game. While they come into this one unbeaten in two, they are massive underdogs to get anything from the match. Sevilla have drawn both of their last two games 0-0, and they will welcome a trip to face their opponents, with this a real chance to get back to scoring ways once again. With 12 goals scored and three conceded for Sevilla in comparison to Akhisar’s one goal scored and nine conceded, we are confident backing Sevilla in the Asian Handicap market as we predict a comfortable win.




Lazio vs Marseille (17:55 GMT) 


Lazio have looked good recently as their current run of form has seen them rise up to fifth in Serie A with 21 points. Marseille by contrast have fallen off massively, with two defeats in their last two seeing them slip down to sixth in the league, already 17 points short of leaders PSG. The last game between the two saw Lazio run out comfortable 3-1 winners over their opponents, and with the Italian team now playing at home following a powerful 4-1 win over SPAL, we feel they will look to continue their impressive scoring form. Marseille by contrast have lost 5-0 on aggregate in their last two games against Montpellier and PSG, and they look devoid of confidence. Therefore, we are recommending backing Lazio in the Asian Handicap market which provides good value for your bet, with the recent performances of the two teams suggesting Lazio may find the net a number of times in this one. 




Arsenal vs Sporting Lisbon (20:00 GMT)


Arsenal looked awesome in their last game against Liverpool as they went toe-to-toe with one of the world’s best sides. The Gunners dominated the ball, enjoying 62% possession, while they more than held their own as far as chances created goes. While some questioned whether Arsenal were enjoying a honeymoon period under Unai Emery, they were able to show they are the real deal with a very impressive performance against Liverpool. Sporting Lisbon arrive on the back of a 2-1 away win over Santa Clara which means they have won their last two games in a row, however, their last loss came at the hands of an Arsenal side that deservedly beat them at home. Now, Sporting travel to the Emirates to take on an Arsenal side unbeaten in 14 games, with the Gunners boasting a 100% record in the Europa League this season while, at home in the league, they have won four, drawn once and lost once, with that sole defeat coming at the hands of Manchester City on the opening day of the season. With this in mind, along with the fact that both of Sporting’s defeats in the league have come on the road, we feel backing Arsenal in the Asian Handicap market good offers value. 




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