Europa Conference League Tips – 5 Picks for a 10/1 Accumulator Tonight

Conference League betting tips

Tonight’s accumulator tip for the football comes from the Conference League qualifying as these teams look to get into the competition proper.

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Koln to beat MOL Fehervar

FC Koln suffered the ignominy of losing 2-1 at home to Hungarian minnows Fehervar last week, despite leading 1-0 in front of 44,000 fans at the RheinEnergieStadion.

With fellow local rivals Eintracht Frankfurt winning the Europa League last season, anything but qualification from this tie would be seen as a complete embarrassment in Germany.

Fehervar only finished fourth in their division last season and lost one-third of their games; surely Koln cannot fail to advance from this one. With the North-Rhine Westphalia side currently unbeaten in eighth, their stars should prevail in a tense second leg.


Anderlecht to beat Young Boys

Anderlecht have continued life brilliantly despite former boss Vincent Kompany departing for Burnley earlier this summer.

Beating Young Boys away from home in their first leg, the Brussels-based outfit have yet to concede in three European games this season and have only conceded twice in the league, remaining three points from the top of the league.

Backed by a buoyant crowd at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, they are favourites to progress to the Europa Conference League groups stage – and Felice Mazzu’s excellence should continue.

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Slovan Bratislava to beat Mostar

Bratislava were humiliated in Mostar on Thursday after a last-gasp strike from Nemanja Bilbija sank the Slovakian outfit.

Mostar have never made it to a European play-off in their entire history despite competing in European competition every year bar last season since 2013-14.

Their inexperience could come unstuck against Bratislava, who were unlucky to come third in their Europa Conference League group last season behind giants Copenhagen and PAOK.


Basel to beat CSKA Sofia

Basel have been a European stalwart for years, with the likes of Mohamed Salah, Granit Xhaka, Ivan Rakitic and Xherdan Shaqiri playing for the club – though their European adventure this season could well be over if they don’t overcome a 1-0 deficit to CSKA Sofia.

Their late loss to the Bulgarian outfit leaves them needing to avenge the defeat back in Switzerland, and a quarter-final visit to the Europa League in 2020 and a last-16 outing in the Conference League last season shows they have pedigree – they should realise that against Sofia.


Slavia Prague to beat Rakow Czestochowa

This is the ‘banker’ of the accumulator.

Slavia have, generally speaking, overtaken rivals Sparta as Prague’s best side, with Viktoria Plzen forming a trio that has yet to be toppled since 2012.

Yet their shock 2-1 loss to Rakow in the first leg sent shockwaves across Czechia, with the Polish side featuring in just their 11th European game ever.

Having said that, they have been generally successful since making their continental debut last year with seven wins from 11, including progression against Rubin Kazan and a home win against Gent last season.

But Slavia’s test will be their hardest yet, and I expect them to crumble at an intimidating Fortuna Arena.


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