Football Accumulator Tips: 44/1 Goalscorer Four-Fold for Thursday night's Europa League
Thursday brings us the joy of the Europa League, with teams far and wide facing off in the group stages. This can often throw up some interesting match-ups, and we’ve taken a deep dive to pick out an anytime goalscorer four-fold that we like the look of.
Europa League Goalscorer Four-Fold
Santiago Gimenez (Feyenoord) vs Sturm Graz
Starting off in the Netherlands, we’re looking at Feyenoord’s new star man to bag in one of the early kick offs on Thursday. Feyenoord have enjoyed a great start to the season, bouncing back from the dismay of losing the inaugural Europa Conference League final, where they currently sit in second place in the Eredivisie.
Gimenez is a new signing at De Kuip, joining from Cruz Azul in the summer, and has settled into life in Rotterdam like a duck to water. With four goals in his opening five games, including a brace on his Europa League debut, he looks a good price at 7/5 to bag yet again on matchday 2.
Paulo Dybala (Roma) vs HJK Helsinki
There isn’t much that needs to be said about Paulo Dybala that hasn’t been said already. Five goal involvements in his opening seven games at Roma, including a stunner at the weekend. Dybala looks to be forming a solid partnership with Tammy Abraham, and it seems like Jose Mourinho is looking to take this competition serious this season after their Conference League title.
If Dybala starts, expect him to cause Helsinki problems, who are coming in off the back of a 2-0 loss to Real Betis.
Brais Mendez (Real Sociedad) vs Omonia Nicosia
Real Sociedad’s match winner in their historic victory over Man Utd in the opening game, we’re looking to Brais Mendez to strike again vs Omonia on Thursday.
The right winger moved to Sociedad from Celta Vigo in the summer and has started the season well, with three goals in his opening six games, filling some sort of void that was left by Alexander Isak. With three goals in his last four games, he’ll be confident of striking again here.
Ricardo Horta (Braga) vs Union Berlin
This is surprisingly having the potential to be one of the European games of the week, as the Primeira Liga’s second placed side Braga host Bundesliga leaders Union Berlin.
Braga are unbeaten in all competitions, and have been banging in the goals in the league, with 21 in six games. Union Berlin are coming into the game after a 1-0 loss at home in their opening game, and could be nervous again here.
Ricardo Horta is a man in form, as the Braga captain has been involved in seven goals in seven games in all competitions, which includes four goals. As the team’s main penalty taker, he will also potentially get a chance from the spot, where he’s already converted twice this campaign.
The goalscorer four-fold pays just over 44/1 with Paddy Power. Best of luck if you’re following any of these bets, and please remember to gamble responsibly.