With teams from several different European leagues and varying coefficient levels, it’s tough to predict many wins, losses or draws, especially with some clubs taking it more seriously than others. However, one market that always gives you a decent crack at building your bankroll is the Both Teams To Score.
Following Ian’s successful treble on Tuesday’s games that paid more than 7/2 I’m going to try my very best to make it 2 from 2 for TVBet. I can’t guarantee you that you’ll be collecting after just 44 minutes of action like the last bet did but I’m confident that this treble can do the business. So without further ado, here’s my selections:
Rosenborg vs Bayer Leverkusen 6.00pm ko
Norway’s most successful club side welcome Germany’s Bayer Leverkusen the their Nye Lerkendol Stadium boasting an impressive 5 month unbeaten spell on home soil. Rosenborg defeated Rapid Wien in an impressive 2-1 away win last time out in the Europa League and will be eager to get another win on the board tonight. However, despite the disappointing draw Leverkusen managed away in Kharkov on Matchday 1, they’ll be determined to get a result here to kick-start their campaign. With both teams gunning for a win, the goals should flow here.
PSV vs Napoli 8.05pm ko
Two of the competitions heavyweights meet for the first time in what looks to be a mouth-watering encounter with both sides in fantastic form domestically. Napoli started their Europa League campaign in fine style beating AIK 4-0 at home to put themselves in pole position to progress. Conversely, PSV were humbled 2-0 in an away defeat to Dnipro and cannot afford to slip up again here. They’ve reacted strongly to that defeat by scoring an impressive 12 goals in their 3 matches since, and will hope for more of the same tonight against a very impressive Napoli side that sit joint top of Serie A.
Steaua Bucharest vs FC Copenhagen 8.05pm ko
Romanians Bucharest host Danes Copenhagen in a top of the table clash between the two leaders of their respective County’s premier divisions. Following their Romanian counterpart’s impressive showing despite being defeated by Man Utd just last night, Bucharest will look to provide further evidence that Romania is an ever improving footballing nation as they look to build on their solid start to Europa League football( a 2-2 draw in Stuttgart). Copenhagen are the early pace-setters following their 2-1 win over Molde, but both teams are capable of a win here, and more importantly both sides have plenty of goals in them.