After a stellar three out of three best bets from our own James Middleton in yesterday’s Capital One Cup, news.bwin.com/en/ swagger back into action for the Europa League play-off round second leg.
The boy they know simply as ‘Big City’ booted in a headline 3/1 tip on Burton beating QPR and we’ve lined up another trio of wagers given roughly the same chance of landing by the bwin layers.
Feeling lucky? A treble pays out at 42/1.
Draw half-time/Hull full-time double result v Lokeren @ 10/3
Both the Tigers’ success in 2014/15 have come by way of post-interval deciders, with honours even come the break and a breakthrough is expected to be backwards in coming forwards once more against the Belgians.
Hull’s first-leg conquerors have gone in level in four of their six competitive outings so far this term, winning but a single first-half.
With the onus on Steve Bruce’s men to go out and break them down, Lokeren are expected to ball up hedgehog fashion, rather than rely upon a toothless road attack that’s yet to score in their last three away games.
Dinamo Minsk to keep a clean sheet against Nacional @ 29/10
Nacional must bid to overturn not just a 2-0 first-leg deficit, but a four-match losing streak in which they were shut out on three occasions.
Unfortunately for the Madeirans, the second-best side in Belarus arrive in town on a parsimony spree.
They look good value for spotless linen, having denied six of their last seven opponents in all competitions a goal and can rubberstamp their progress with another at Estádio da Madeira.
Astra Giurgiu to beat Lyon @ 31/20
The coming force in the Romanian game, Astra announced themselves no backwater bullies when they upstaged Les Gones in France.
Back at their Ploieşti stronghold, they prove that success no fluke by repeating the dose, for what would be their 21st win in their last 24 home games.
They’re unbeaten in 26 consecutive fixtures at Stadionul Astra in total, Lyon are hardly in health rude enough to succeed where the likes of Rosenborg have failed either, riding a three-match slump into Eastern Europe.