Europa League acca: 5 football tips for the play-off round
Back our 30/1 accumulator that includes football tips from the second leg of the Europa League play-off round.
Rangers to win or draw v Ufa (15:00)
Rangers followed their 1-0 home victory in the first leg with a 3-3 draw at Motherwell on Sunday to extend their unbeaten record to 11 games in all competitions under Steven Gerrard.
The Gers drew away to Maribor in the previous round and won 1-0 at Osijek in the second qualifying round, so should at least avoid defeat against an Ufa side that have lost four matches in a five-game winless run.
Zenit to beat Molde (18:00)
Zenit’s 2-0 win at Ufa on Sunday was their fifth in a row and seventh in eight matches in all competitions.
That sequence has included an 8-1 demolition of Dinamo Minsk in the previous round and a 3-1 victory in the opening leg of this tie.
The Russian side should notch a sixth win on the bounce against Molde, who have lost their last three.
Midtjylland to beat Malmo (18:15) –
Midtjylland won 3-0 at home to Randers in the Danish Superliga on Sunday to extend their unbeaten record at the MCH Arena to nine match in all competitions.
The Danish side drew 2-2 in the away leg and should beat Malmo in the return, given that the visitors have failed to win any of their last four European matches.
Genk to beat Brondby (19:30)
Genk continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 3-2 victory over Waasland-Beveren on Sunday to go top of the Belgian First Division A.
The Belgian side have won nine of their first 10 matches this term, including a 5-2 victory in the first leg of this tie last week.
Brondby have lost two of their last three matches in all competitions and should be backed to lose again, especially at odds against.
Spartak Trnava to beat Olimpija Ljubljana (19:30)
Olimpija lost 2-0 in the home leg of this tie last week and have been beaten in two of their last three matches in all competitions.
The visitors have lost three and won just one of their last five European away games, while Spartak have lost just one in six at home.