Fed up of the standard win-draw-win accumulator? Well there’s no better chance to dabble in an alternative multiple than with the Europa League, a competition like no other, where the great and the simply unheard-of do battle with sometimes crazy results.
With that in mind we’ve picked out an over 2.5 goals fourfold that pays out at just over 9/1 with bwin, for those of you who fancy truly embracing the competition’s unconventional nature.
Over 2.5 goals in Rapid Vienna v Dinamo Kiev
Rapid Vienna have scored two or more goals in four of their seven home games this season, while Dinamo Kiev have been attacking just as rampantly on the road.
Oleh Blokhin’s men have scored ten times in six away trips so far and have only been held to less that two strikes on two occasions in that time.
Over 2.5 goals in Esbjerg v Red Bull Salzburg
Austrian outfit Salzburg handed out an 8-1 thumping to Wiener Neustadt in their last match, their fourth game in a row that’s had over 2.5 goals. The free-scoring Red Bull guzzlers are the main contributors to that run having notched 19 times while Denmark’s Esbjerg have bagged two, three and four goals in their last three games respectively during a three-game overs streak of their own. In total, nine of the hosts’ 13 games this season have contained over 2.5 goals.
Over 2.5 goals in Elfsborg v Standard Liege
Standard Liege were enjoying a 100 per cent record in their 2013/14 campaign before hosting Esbjerg on matchday one. That defeat hasn’t deterred them though and they returned to winning ways in the two games that followed.
Five of their last six games have soared over the 2.5 threshold, with Liege contributing 15 goals, and they face an Elfsborg side similarly au-fait with high-scoring affairs, having witnessed five of them in their last seven.
Over 2.5 goals in Slovan Liberec v Estoril
Fans have been lulled into an under 2.5 goal snooze just twice in Estoril’s last nine and that includes a 2-2 league draw with Portuguese superpowers Porto.
They’ve scored at least twice in five of their last seven outings and doing so again in Liberec, where Slovan have scored at least once in all of their eight home games this season, shouldn’t be a problem.