With a host of Europa League qualifying ties hanging on a knife edge we’ve scoured the second-leg fixtures to bring you a handsome 29/1 treble.
Spartak Moscow to win 1-0, 2-0 or 3-0 against St Gallen @ 2/1
The oldest club in the Swiss Super League showed great resolve to come back from one goal down to level against Spartak Moscow in the first leg, but Valeri Karpin’s side can confirm their superiority with a convincing home win.
Spartak have made a solid start to the season in Russia, winning three games and losing just once in a tough opening that has seen them play five of their first six matches away from home.
They have vast recent experience in Europe having reached the quarter-finals of this competition three seasons ago and should dominate against St Gallen, who drew a blank in their last league game away to FC Zurich and are already seven points behind leaders Young Boys after six rounds of fixtures.
The draw in Switzerland was St Gallen’s first European appearance since 2007 and they have spent a year in the second tier of Swiss football in the intervening period.
Elfsborg to beat Nordsjaelland @ 9/4
Nordsjaelland hold the advantage in this tie after a 1-1 draw in Sweden provided a vital away goal, but the Danish side are in horrible form this season and sit two places above the relegation zone in the Superligaen with just five points garnered from their first six games.
Elfsborg need to press for a goal to get themselves back on an even keel and a repeat of their performances in the Champions League qualifiers, when they beat FC Daugava 11-1 over two legs before their 1-0 aggregate loss to Celtic, should see them through to the group stage.
Slovan Liberec v Udinese – Draw @ 23/10
Slovan have started their Czech Liga campaign in excellent form with five wins from their first six games and they can follow up their shock 3-1 win in Udine by holding the Serie A side to a draw at the Stadion u Nisy.
Udinese will be going all out for goals after being embarrassed at home in the first leg, but their Europa League form was woeful last season, as four losses in six games saw them finish bottom of Group A behind Liverpool, Anzhi Makhachkala and Young Boys.
Slovan may not be the same quality of opposition, but their record of three clean sheets in their last three league games points to a frustrating night for the Italians.