Europa League acca: 5 football tips for Thursday's matches
Back our 12/1 accumulator, featuring football tips from Matchday 6 in Europe's second-biggest club competition.
Dynamo Kiev to beat Jablonec (17:55)
Dynamo Kiev are unbeaten in Group K so far, having won three and drawn two of their games.
The Ukranian side have won five of their last six home games in all competitions and have taken four points from their two Europa League matches on home soil.
Jablonec are without a win in Europe this term and have lost two group games from two on the road.
Sevilla to beat Krasnodar (17:55)
Sevilla have won eight home games on the spin in all competitions and should make that nine on Thursday.
Included in that sequence are victories in both of their Europa League games at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, beating Standard Liege 5-1 and Akhisar 6-0.
Krasnodar have won just one of their last four matches on the road, including a 2-1 defeat at Liege last time out in the Europa League.
RB Salzburg to win or draw v Celtic (20:00)
Salzburg have already qualified for the knockout stages of the Europa League, having won five games out of five in Group B, but are unlikely to give up easily in this one.
The Austrian side are still unbeaten in all competitions this season, with 24 victories and five draws from their 29 matches.
They eased to a 3-1 victory over Celtic at home and can be expected to avoid defeat again.
Betis to win to nil v Dudelange (20:00)
Betis come into this fixture on the back of four straight victories without conceding and represent great value to make it five.
The Spanish side are top of Group F after five unbeaten matches and beat Dudelange 3-0 in the reverse fixture in October.
The Luxembourgers haven’t scored in either of their home games and are one of just three sides in the Europa League yet to pick up a single point.
RB Leipzig to win to nil v Rosenborg (20:00)
Rosenborg are another side who are yet to earn their first point in the tournament, and have not even managed to score an away goal.
Leipzig beat them 3-1 in the away fixture and, needing a win to have any chance of going through to the knockout stage, should make short work of the Norwegian side at the Red Bull Arena.
The Red Bulls having kept seven straight clean sheets at home, winning six matches in all competitions in that sequence.
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